Android State of the Union App Allows Users to Give Feedback in Real Time
I can just hear Kip in the background singing, “I love technology as I write this. We got word today from Keyes Labs that they have released a really interesting app called State of the Union 2011, which is designed to allow users to give real time feedback on what President Obama says during his State of the Union Address. A quote from their blog:
…the concept is that of a mobile application working in lock-step with content being viewed by a large number of consumers. Our Android app will allow users to register their real-time sentiment of what is being said by President Obama, while at the same time seeing the overall feelings of the rest of the community of users.
Additionally, there will be constantly updated “factoids” related to what the president is currently discussing, allowing users to further explore the topics and do their own fact checking.
Sounds like an interesting idea to say the least. The app is available now for download in the Market, you can use the bar code below to go direct to the download page on your device. Happy interacting!
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