As mobile phone user supersedes the Desktop users, Kickstarter had actually taken the initiatives of creating an app for Android for the network. This app as it functions would help users to do just the same thing they were able to do right on the website. Functions like: Activity Fees which would combine updates on project backed by User and their friends and also many more incredible features which makes the App looks at its best.
Based on a “The Verge.com analysis about the app, the comment that
There’s no way for updates project creators to manage their campaigns using the app unfortunately, but Kickstarter promises this functionality is coming “soon.”
Would be a little set back which users must’ve being expecting from their beloved network app but the fact that this version is the initial release makes the upgraded release a promising one with better and advanced functions.
Screenshots from Kickstarter’s new Android app. (Image credit: Kickstarter)
According to the Company’s explanation, its said that the app was launched to help in the aims of capitalizing on a year of international expansion and particularly in Europe where Android tends to have larger userbase better than the US.
(Kickstarter launched its iOS app all the way back in 2013.) The crowdfunding platform launched in eight new European countries in 2015, bringing its total number of markets in the continent up to 18.
Kickstarter itself is having a bit of an uneven time this week: on the one hand, the most-funded game ever on the site got an iOS app; on the other, we finally learned a bit more about why Kickstarter’s biggest European project failed. All the more reason to keep any news from the projects you back right in your pocket.
Source: The Verge