We make a collection of 8 tools for computers and mobile devices that can be very useful for entities to carry out all those tasks that have to do with information and communication.
Automatic speech recognition is a discipline of artificial intelligence that can be useful for NGOs. The technological improvements and new applications in this field are constant.
The Verse application allows making payments and appeals to donors in the time it takes to send an SMS. Some NGOs and non-profits are already using it.
The application is recommended by Corresponsal de Paz as a multipurpose tool for interacting with those on the other side of the screen: give classes and lectures, hold conferences, etc.
The unbridled frenzy for the augmented reality game from Niantic has also opened up a new world of opportunities for non-profit organisations.
HELP is a new system which uses Mhealth technology and which has been successful in countries such as Kenya.
NGO's can use this tool on their devices for Android and Iphone, and also create their own mobile application with iWith.org.
Cotap is a free app for iOS, Android and the desktop that makes texting easier for team members.
It is important that new technologies always include options for people with disabilities, and that is why we like seeing that Google, the most popular search engine right now, has thought of creating a new tool for people who are deaf.
Google's developers team has announced that 2010 will be a turnig year for browsers. Indeed, they have decided not to adapt their applications to older browsers. Some explanations.