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Keep Up To Date On Crowd Funding With The New Indiegogo App

December 11, 2014 - Written By John Anon

Indiegogo is another one of those crowd funding platforms like Kickstarter, which helps both developers to bring a product to market and also end-users to get in on the action at an early stage (and usually a cheaper price). We have seen a lot of both useful and not-so-much useful products coming through the doors of platforms like Indiegogo and as such they do have their place on the market. They are uniquely positioned platforms to offer both functional and entertaining information. And now, it looks like you can keep up-to-date on all the latest crowd funding on the go.

As with growth comes change and today it seems Indiegogo have announced that they have developed and released their own Android app. This will be of quite a lot of interest to any avid crowd funding addicts. If you want to know what crazy (or ingenious) new products are available then now you can do keep abreast wherever you are and whenever you want. The app seems to work like the website and as such contains all new and existing projects available. You can follow your favorite trends and projects or share them on social media with people you know. In addition, the app is able to provide suggested projects especially for you and based on your previous searches. Basically, the app allows a constant feed of all the new and popular projects. To add to this, you can also refine your searches by ‘ending soon’ or project date. If you are an Indiegogo member yourself, then you will also be able to login, check your current project’s progress, make comments and pretty much do everything you would do on the main site. So pretty much something for everyone.

If you want to give the app a go, then it is currently available on the Play Store. The app is free to download and install and works on all android devices running Android 4.1 and higher. So what do you think? Are you planning to give the app a go? What’s the best (and craziest) crowd funded project you have come across so far? Let us know by leaving a comment.