With over 100 apps used by over 7 million users worldwide, we know how to create exceptional user experiences.
We’re passionate about great technology and intuitive user interface design, and work hard to deliver a positive impact with engaging user experience. With a depth and diversity of international experience, we like to push creative and technology boundaries.
MediTracker puts patient’s medical records in their hands by automatically syncing with their GP and care team. It also integrates with Apple HealthKit and Google Fit to allow consenting users to share data from their wearable health devices. MediTracker empowers Australians to take greater control of their own health.
With PassRocket, retailers of any size can have a loyalty system setup within minutes. A baker at a farmer’s market can now create passes on the spot and send them out via Facebook and Twitter. Large retailers can integrate PassRocket into their existing POS infrastructure to offer convenient Passbook passes to customers with iPhones. Within seconds, a business can have an instant campaign and share it with their customers.
Progressclaim.com is an Australian start-up providing a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product for the construction industry. A faster way to improve the progress claim process and get paid! Progressclaim.com streamlines the process of claiming and certifying progress payments for the construction industry - online, from any device, in seconds. Providing consistency and transparency lowers risk, minimises disputes and maximises productivity. Prepare, Submit, Assess, Certify. Job Done.
Activistic is a platform provider for recurring micro-donations. In 2014, Activistic was founded with an idea to use smartphones and crowdfunding for good. Activistic supports recurring giving with no need for bank or credit card details. Mobile apps using the Activistic platform unlock the power of micro-donations to garner widespread and effortless support of charities dear to the hearts of people around America.
South East Water (SEW) approached jtribe in 2010 when the organisation introduced the iPhone as the new enterprise standard. Since then, jtribe has developed a number of enterprise apps that integrate with SEW's enterprise systems. Most apps are required to connect to the SCADA backend.
A badminton learning app for both students and teachers the world over. Built using cutting-edge technology, the app presents the user with twenty-two lessons and ninety-two videos of badminton training resources. Content can be stored locally, or, in the case of the videos, streamed straight from the internet.BWF Shuttle Time is a badminton learning app for both students and teachers the world over.
jtribe developed an iPad game and a Kiosk touch screen installation for The Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre in Queenscliff, Victoria. The kiosk uses a 65 inch touchscreen to educate visitors about fishing in Victoria. Two iPads run a fishing game and let children learn about fishing in Victoria.
For the second consecutive year jtribe has worked with the Movember foundation to develop mobile apps for their annual campaign. This Movember, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas can ‘do good’ on the move using the new look apps for iOS and Android. Improvements include: enhanced mobile experience, seamless Facebook integration, private and public MoSpaces and the functionality to find Official Movember and fellow community member events.
The Sydney-based software company Invoice2go was founded by Chris Strode in 2002 on the Gold Coast when he invented the programme. Now Invoice2go is a global start-up valued at more than $US100 million. The apps for iOS and Android issue 120,000 invoices every day and the company processes $10 billion in invoices each year.