Displays a list of links to website or webpages.
Clicking on the link opens a new screen in your app that loads the website. This way you can include links to your own website or a reservation page.
Stores your contact information. This includes information like your address, phone number, e-mail address, and website, as well as your Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. Users can now call or email you at the click of a button. Users will be shown the route to your address in their smartphone’s map application if they click on your address.
Shows the tweets from a Twitter account of your choosing. The Twitter building block is a great way of keeping in touch with your fans. It allows them to react to your tweets and/or retweet them directly in the app. The Twitters account in question will follow the design settings of your app.
Displays a list of events. You see the name of the event, a description and the date that the event takes place. On iOS devices, the list is automatically divided into two groups; one that displays upcoming events and one that displays past events. Android devices show the a list containing both Upcoming and Past events in the same screen.
Plus App Functions
The Coupons block allows large retailers to small shop owners to discount specials with a coupon in the app. App users can open coupons in the app and redeem them at shops. The coupons can also be set to be available via email. This means users need to enter their email address in order to receive a redeemable coupon.
The loyalty card allows large retailers to small shop owners to award credits to loyal customers and offer them redeemable discounts and specials based on these points. Customers will be given a unique QR code that is scannable by the shop owner on his device. Every scan will award the customer a number of credits that will earn them deals determined by the app owner.
Allows users to contact you using a contact form. You can ask for feedback on your products, or have your customers requesting an appointment from within the app. You can even let clients send you a photo. You can customize the “Thank You” message your clients see after submitting the form.
This block can be used to let users scan QR Codes from within your app. Based on the information stored in the QR Code the appropriate action will be taken. E.g. When a phone number is present in the QR Code the user will be asked if they want to call the specified phone number.
The QR Scanner will keep track of scanned QR Codes so users can review their scanning history.