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Aussie Mobile App Development Company Launched a Magnificently Successful Mobile App

Feb 2 2014, 2:09am CST | by

Appsquare recently developed "Fish Assist," a mobile app that has attained immediate success. Developed and launched a week ago, it has become the #1 Top Grossing Sports app on the Australian App Store.

Sydney, Australia, February 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Appsquare, an Australian based mobile application development company recently developed ‘FishAssist’ – an app, which gives you the power to...

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Aussie Mobile App Development Company Launched a Magnificently Successful Mobile App

Feb 2 2014, 2:09am CST | by

Appsquare recently developed "Fish Assist," a mobile app that has attained immediate success. Developed and launched a week ago, it has become the #1 Top Grossing Sports app on the Australian App Store.

Sydney, Australia, February 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Appsquare, an Australian based mobile application development company recently developed ‘FishAssist’ – an app, which gives you the power to identify and measure your fish catch using your iPhone with integrated world class image recognition software.

Within a week of its launch, the app has become a super success in the Australian mobile app market by climbing right to the Top among the paid Sports apps on the Australian App Store and is currently ranking #3rd among paid apps across all categories.

This app was created after careful assessment of the industry and the dire need for a user-friendly and comprehensive fishing app.

On being asked about the mobile app idea, Vishal Gumber, Founder and CEO, Appsquare, shared, “At Appsquare, we are always looking for concepts that are new and out of the box. When Brad came to us with the idea for Fish Assist, we loved the extremely fresh and interesting concept. It’s overwhelming to see the response, we are glad that are efforts are showing results.”

He added, “The project involved complex image matching algorithms, which our expert developers achieved with machine learning techniques.”

The Company’s App developers have done extensive brainstorming to create its simple and easy to navigate User Interface. Fish Assist turns the iPhone camera into a fish species recognition tool. It takes a photo of the catch and the user then picks one of the species given by Fish Assist utilizing the image recognition software. The fish selected is then measured.

FishAssist has been designed to be used as a guide for fishing and meeting further legalities with Australian fisheries. The app has received a large number of positive reviews from fishing lovers.

A must have!
By Jimmy_www
"Finally an app to identify fishes!!! As someone who is new to fishing, I struggle to identify what I caught sometimes, but to be able to know what exactly the species is on the spot is, this is great!"

Great app
By Jeajason
"This app is so great. I use it every time I go fishing. Maps with places are awesome and pictures of fish to see if it is legal or not is the best. Thanks guys and definitely recommend to everyone."

Mobile apps have changed the way we live our lives. It’s a technology driven world and our only aim is to persistently modernize our processes and systems to offer our clients top-end technology in our apps and we will continue to do so,” concludes Vishal.

To know more about Appsquare, visit http://www.appsquare.com.au/

Contact Information:
Appsquare
Vishal Gumber
+61 431 656 305
Contact via Email
www.appsquare.com.au

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