Check Out the Dennis Eckersley App
Don’t be offended if this app – one example of many we’ve built for customers over the years – tells you to “Eck’ Yourself.” That’s just one function of The Eck App, inspired by Hall of Fame pitcher and television commentator Dennis Eckersley. Users can alter a photo of themselves to include Eckersley’s trademark moustache and hairstyle, brush up on his unique vocabulary, and test their knowledge of the legend himself.
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Success Stories from the Mobile App Economy in 2012
Among the hundreds of thousands of apps competing for attention and downloads in 2012, which ones rose to the top? One of Zco’s bloggers takes a look at a few apps that found the right combination of usability, fun, and buzz to become big hits. Read more »
New Hampshire Public Radio Uses Live Stream iPhone App Developed and Donated by Zco Corporation
Here at Zco Corporation, we’re developers for hire, creating applications for clients all over the world. We’re based in New Hampshire, though, and jumped at the chance to provide an app for the state’s public radio station, NHPR. The free app lets fans listen to live streaming audio or catch up with stories they missed earlier.
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Mobile App Developers Meet at White House to Discuss App Economy
In May of 2012, our Director (now Vice President) of Business Development, Gary Mueller, visited the White House. He was there with the Association for Competitive Technology (ACT) and other developers to talk about the mobile app economy. The administration also wanted the group’s input on its proposed Privacy Bill of Rights.
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Millyard Technology Park Welcomes Zco Corporation
A growing software company needs space to expand! Zco is now headquartered at the Millyard Technology Park, an office park in Nashua, NH. The new space is a two-level, open concept suite looking out on the Nashua River. With the number of New Hampshire employees recently increasing, the large office is certainly appreciated.
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