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Tronicfeed is a Social Search Engine. Say, you wan to buy a car, you can type Chevy on any search engine out there and get publicly available information about it. Or you can type Chevy on tronicfeed, and get personal advise about it from your friends and followers who already owned and have experienced it before. Online Customer reviews are not trustworthy no more. Anonymous and fake reviews are everywhere. HOW can I trust a review on a product sold by a website that hosting the whole reviewing process !!
The solution is to build a social network for customer reviews.
A major component of the quality of online reviews is the author’s social image attached to the review. When you know your image – in the form of name, picture and reputation – will appear next to what you write, you’re prone to make sure that you’re writing useful and true content.
What’s going on in my area? Suggest It gives those using the app the best and most up-to-date answers to this question. The app is a digital announcement board for local events: users can add events, browse by place and time and view other users’ agendas to find exciting events.
TWS proposed the most cost-effective solution in the shortest possible timeframe and came up for a minimum viable product (MVP) with fewer features than previously planned. This is why we came up with a number of UX/UI ideas and in-app solutions Specific steps taken included:
TWS began as Android developers, but we eventually became consultants in other fields too. Our developers, project managers and quality assurance experts are open-minded people, who suggest improvements whenever they see they are necessary. This is why we came up with a number of UX/UI ideas and in-app solutions, such as button design, screen design and user flow.
Keep the good job going. So far so great... I really like it...I appreciate the time and efforts you and your team doing on my app, I know you did a lot, thank you for that, but i guess that's enough and let me do the rest on my own...
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