Courtney Witmer

Orbitz App Uses Parse Push, Analytics, and Core to Keep Users Updated

The award-winning Orbitz Flights, Hotels, Cars app for iOS gives iPhone and iPad users a slick, easy way to book and manage travel. With a fast shopping experience, streamlined booking process, contextual home screen, and details of booked trips, the Orbitz app brings information important for the user’s travel to their fingertips when they need...

Move Uses Parse Push to Power Notifications in Realtor.com App

The Realtor.com apps by Move, Inc. provide a tailored search experience for real estate, helping people find the right home with features like photo-centric search, search by school, and map sketch-a-search. The only app to get real estate listings sourced directly from over 800 MLS’s with 90% of listings refreshed every 15 minutes, users of...

RedTape Design Builds Alicia Keys Vault with Parse

In September of 2013, a partner at RedTape Design, a brand design studio in NYC, was asked if anyone was free to meet with someone in the lobby to talk about building a music website. RedTape agreed and they were surprised to find that the person waiting in the lobby was Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Alicia...

Showtime Turns to Parse to Power Next Gen TV Experiences

More and more television viewers are multitasking during viewing, often engaging with content related to the show they are watching. Rather than try to combat this behavior, Showtime decided to embrace the opportunity and develop a multi-platform interactive experience that syncs to television programming. “We wanted to serve this audience of active fans with high-end...

Meme, Inc Uses Parse in Top-Grossing Xtreme Slots

Meme, Inc was co-founded in 2008 by Diego Yanivello, Mauro Vazquez, and Gonzalo Oxenford. A three-person company until this year, when they decided to expand their team to support other platforms, all of their games are built in house, from the math models and coding, to the illustrations and sound design. With successful titles like...

CyberAgent Uses Parse Push to Power Pashaoku Auction App

CyberAgent, Inc. is a leading online media and advertising company based in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to their media ventures, the company also develops social games and other apps, including Ameba, a popular Japanese blogging platform. CyberAgent came to Parse when they developed Pashaoku, a user-to-user auction service that became a subsidiary company, Pashaoku, Inc.,...

Russian Developer Playrix Builds Township on Parse

Playrix, headquartered in Vologda, Russia, started out as a downloadable games developer nine years ago. Now building mobile games, they recently launched their first free-to-play app, Township. A city-building game with farming elements, the app focuses on managing and setting the production of various goods. Accustomed to optimizing their work by using dedicated third party...

Glu Brings Deer Hunter 2014 to Facebook with Parse

Glu, a leading global developer and publisher of free-to-play games for smart phone and tablet devices recently turned to Parse to help bring their hit, Deer Hunter 2014, to Facebook Canvas. Headquartered in San Francisco with teams outside Seattle and in Canada, China, India, Korea and Russia, Glu is focused on creating compelling original IP...