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Archive for April 2016

Setelah berbulan – bulan berjibaku dengan coding SalamApps, kini tetap coding SalamApps juga.. 🙂 hahaha…

Jadi begini, aplikasi ini dibuat untuk mengakomodir kebutuhan komunikasi, sharing informasi, dan bisa juga sebagai portal, yang jadi fokus adalah KOMUNITAS.

Nah, chatting koq jadi komunitas ? maksud loee ?!!?!?

Benar, benar.. komunitas kamu bisa pakai SalamApps, lalu request ke SalamIn untuk dibuatkan perangkat – perangkat khusus untuk melengkapi kebutuhan komunitas. .Contoh perangkat untuk tanggal’an, galeri foto, dstnya..

Yang belum coba atau mau kasih kritik, jangan lupa download dulu aplikasinya di Download dan Install




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  • GoCardless, a fintech that makes recurring payments easy for subscription businesses, raises $22.5M September 19, 2017
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  • Goodbye, photo studios. Hello, colormass virtual photoshoots September 19, 2017
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  • Index is a clean, colorful app for organizing your ideas and digital content September 19, 2017
     The makers of Index are hoping they’ve created the only app you’ll need to access all your files, notes and links. “We’re giving people a full control panel for the digital world,” founder Brian Cox told me. Cox said he actually developed Index for his own personal use five years ago. Read More
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