Our free configurable demo app will let you try out how your new app would look like before taking any decision. You will be able to configure the colors for your app, the screen titles, the Splash Starting Screen, the Company Info screen, your points of presence (stores, places, etc), your first events (or activities, items, stations, objects, articles... you name it!), your brands and categories. Every demo user will benefit from one fully independent demo environment.
Here are some basic demo environments to which you can take a look for inspiration if you wish. They may provide you with some ideas for your own app, so feel free to access them before creating your own demo environment:
Elecnor (ES): an Intranet and Dynamic Catalog app for Elecnor, outstanding Spanish business group in the infrastructure, renewable energy and technology sectors. This demo shows how Elecnor could benefit from an app which is able to geolocate all the current works, projects and constructions being led by the company worldwide. The highly interactive resulting app fulfills two major goals for Elecnor: it plays both an Extranet Dynamic Catalog role and an Intranet Collaboration role. Externally, app users are able to discover which Elecnor projects are closer to them, get informed, follow them. The app is a dynamic business card for any Elecnor commercial representative when meeting potential customers. It helps creating both instant empathy and brand credibility. Internally, the app helps employees to intuitively find information regarding current projects taking place, access per-project instant messaging functionalities, subscribe to project update notifications, obtain visual progress remotely (field photo uploads notification features for office-based employees), etc.
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Jura-Tourism (FR), Ponferrada (ES), Móstoles City (ES): mobile apps for Tourist Offices and Cities. Kitewalk is the ideal answer for how cities can communicate simply and effectively with citizens and tourists alike. Exhibitions, concerts, events, commercial showcase: Kitewalk apps are the perfect audio-guides to help everyone discover - in real time, real place - all their city has to offer them.
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LoginLogin: email@example.com, contact us to get the password
LoginLogin: firstname.lastname@example.org, contact us to get the password
Phone House (ES), Ralph Lauren (CH), Nature & Découvertes (CH), MaxMara (ES), La Boite à Outils (FR): mobile apps for retail store chains. Which are the closest offers I can get for this brand from where I am right now? How can I interact with them? Which are their latest news? These demos show how retail store chains can communicate with all their potential customers in the world and get their audiences seamlessly connected with the brand anytime anywhere. Our apps always show the (relevant) offers close to the users, wherever they are. This allows brands to propose different contents to their customers based on the locations where they live. No need to create multiple apps and web portals for each particular store.
LoginLogin: email@example.com, contact us to get the password
LoginLogin: firstname.lastname@example.org, contact us to get the password
LoginLogin: email@example.com, contact us to get the password
LoginLogin: firstname.lastname@example.org, contact us to get the password
LoginLogin: email@example.com, contact us to get the password
Omywine (CH): a demo environment for Web Services Integration into an existing app. Omywine is a Swiss popular app for wine amateurs. The app allows to take a picture of a bottle of wine, and buy it online instantly. Using Kitewalk Web Services layer, Omywine will soon be able to expand its reach by adding local wine discovery capabilities to their existing app.
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Install the app in your mobile phone, open it and create a user account for your demo (please specify a personal email and create your own password)
Once logged in as the demo user, you will land into the Activity screen. The Activity screen contains a Categories selection button and a Search field at the top and a time bar at the bottom. It is supposed to list your geo-contents (or articles, projects, items, etc), but now it will be just empty. Click on the home icon at the top-right corner of the screen to access the Home screen
Click the User icon at the top, then click the 'App Settings' button to access the demo configuration screen
Once the configuration complete, you will simply need to go back to your mobile app and refresh it with the new demo contents. To achieve the refresh, go back to your mobile device. Click the User icon at the top, then click the 'App Settings' button to access the demo configuration screen. That action forces the refresh
You will find additional tutorials on Event Creation Tasks here.
4) Share the demo...
Once the demo configured and filled in with the proper content that fits your demo case (events, articles, projects, stations, books, objects, etc), it is time to share the demo with other people. Nothing simpler: you will simply need to ask the persons you wish to share the demo with to 1) download Kitewalk Demo and 2) log into the demo app as your demo user (providing the appropriate email and password which gives access to the content you put in place). That's it! In addition, you can contact us and tell us about your great demo, we would love to work with you!