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shanr2

shan r.

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3 Reviews by shan

2.9K Views
7/11/12

The website tells you what to do to get started with the app and what to look forward to which is something I like and think users would want to know. It also shows how many likes it has received through fb, another good thing because many people are on Facebook so that adds as credibility. It is a free site which is another plus. However once you scroll down there is an variety of information and it runs quite long. I don't find it necessary but actually confusing, not simple like other sites.

3.3K Views
7/11/12

I love the simplicity of this website to promote the app. It gives you the basic up front but it provides some videos of reviews as well as an ad they use for it. The website instantly tells you what type of phones the app is made for and it has a log in for users who already use it. I would like a better detailed description of what the app was all about however. Even though the site does''t have too much on it, a link with a general introduction/feature would be nice for those who don't want to watch a video.

Phonedeck
1.8K Views
7/11/12

The website for phone deck was nicely done. It was simplistic and easy to navigate and read. It didn't offer too many options but a sign up or watch a video. I feel like those two options were enough to tell viewers about the product. They offer reviews of their product and are also on social sites which I really like because it offers a sense of credibility.

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