Category Archives: Tablet apps

Oh. My. God.

Here is the most extraordinarily disruptive app I think I have ever seen. This report at Fast Company explains how Bang With Friends works.

‘You install the app, then the app lists your Facebook friends of the opposite sex. You click if you’d like to “bang” them, and no one ever knows . . . that is, unless one of those friends installed the app and elected to bang you, too’

It’s three creators are anonymous college students, and they claim to have built the app in just two hours.

Download their all new, Every Parents Nightmare, here.

Five hot links of the week. Plus a super-festive kerning fail

Garcia media blow their own trumpet about Huffington and what 3.0 apps will look like. Fair enough!

The impossibility of tablet-native journalism. By Felix Salmon

Ten good lessons to learn from the Atlantic’s new digital directionBy Malcolm Netburn of Hearst’s CDS Global

Apps. Are you getting the design right, or do you have the right design? By Instagram’s Mike Krieger

Stunning simplicity from Craig Mod on the concept of subcompact publishing