Family of developers creates massive global webcam app [PRESS RELEASE]
One local Android app development competition turned a father and sons trio into Kukurin Android Team. The motivation and technical talent behind Team Kukurin led them to create one of the most interesting apps in the Android Market to date; Worldscope Webcams. With many webcam apps in Android Marketplace, Kukurin Android Team had to make the Worldscope Webcams app the best webcam viewer that displays thousands of updated webcam shots comfortably on a user’s Android powered device.
Through a partnership with Webcams.travel (http://webcams.travel), the Worldscope Webcams app allows people who have an Android device to search through over 16,000 webcams that exist throughout the world. Besides just viewing webcams, Worldscope Webcams has extra features to make sure its users are constantly looking for interesting webcam destinations.
“In my opinion, the biggest advantage of Worldscope is the huge database of webcams; over 16,000 and growing,” states Goran Kukurin, Worldscope’s founder and CEO. “Our partnership with Webcams.travel gives us a few advantages; one being as soon as a webcam is added in their database, it’s immediately available for our app users.”
One of the best features of Worldscope Webcams is the ability to set a desired location’s webcam as a homescreen background. As the webcam refreshes throughout the day, the images on the homescreen also refresh. The user automatically sees what is happening hundreds or even thousands of miles away on their Android device’s homescreen. Worldscope Webcams’ homescreen function sets anyone’s Android device as a private webcam oasis with 16,000+ potential updated images.
Anyone who has ever traveled knows the feeling of wanting to revisit a prior destination.
“I’ve set my wallpaper images to stream from a webcam in New York City’s Mid-Town Manhattan. That was my first home and it feels good to see the taxi cabs and buses go by on my phone throughout the day,” said Lana Moore, Worldscope’s Marketing Assistant. “I currently live in South Carolina, USA, so I feel like I have a piece of the city with me at all times.”
Other functions of Worldscope Webcams include the ability to search for webcams near specified locations, on a map, or using keywords, saving webcams on favorite a list, and sharing on various social media streams, just to name a few.
Worldscope Webcams is a free, ad-supported app that can be converted to ad-free through an easy in-app purchase through PayPal. Kukurin Android Team is dedicated to their app users by focusing on improving the overall functionality of the Worldscope Webcams app adding new features for a more robust user experience.
About Kukurin Android Team
Goran Kukurin and his two sons, who are ages 15 and 16, consider Worldscope Webcams as a family member. They like programming as a hobby and after entering their first competition for an Android app, they have been committed to servicing and perfecting Worldscope Webcams. Kukurin’s sons helped him with the application design, graphic design, and the official website design.
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