Who would have thought that a website like Kickstarter would end up as the “seed” for projects that were once thought to be impossible? There is nothing quite like a bunch of like-minded people working towards as particular goal in unity, and it is also interesting to note that the Kickstarter website has just launched an iPhone app of their own. Just what does this app do? It does not grant you super powers, and neither is it able to stop wars and famine around the earth, but it allows users to gain the ability of discovering and funding projects within the app itself, as though they were doing so directly from a web browser itself.
Of course, the entire user interface would have been specially tailored for a mobile platform, so you will definitely find a clean look and dummy-proof navigational awareness from your tiny iPhone display (relatively speaking to the larger sized Android handsets, of course). Project creators will definitely be more than happy with the Kickstarter iPhone app, since they can now look up on the progress of their respective projects while posting updates regardless of where they are, as long as there is an Internet connection in the vicinity.
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