|Description||Mobile App Experiences|
|Seed, 7/2008 ||$25k|
Double Encore was one of the early movers in the iPhone app consulting space. The company has a design-driven process, which it believes results in higher quality apps. The company also focuses on iPhone strategy through a program called “Start to Market” which recognizes that high-quality development alone does not guarantee success on the App Store.
Double Encore’s customers include JetBlue, Major League Soccer, The SPEED Channel, and Denver Art Museum just to name a few. Double Encore has been recognized by Communicate Arts Interactive for their work developing the 91st PGA Championship and iBike Coach.
In the early days of the app economy, the company developed the Brightkite iPhone application, which has been favorably reviewed by TechCrunch, Macworld, and a host of other web sites. Other applications developed by the company include a series language learning apps called PencilBot and The Bad Decision Blocker (featured by TechCrunch, ABCNews, and CNN). The company also built the 2nd generation of Liverail’s SDK for iPhone which allows app developers to monetize their apps via embedded video pre-roll.
In May 2009, the company announced that in the first 10 months of operation it has shipped 19 app releases, which is an average of one every 16 days.
Double Encore was founded in summer 2008.
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