The Smarter Planet Apps for iOS, Android & Windows Mobile

Smarter Planet

Follow how everything from buildings to food can become smarter through the application of business analytics and IT innovations.

Google Play for Android
Download Smarter Planet

 
 

iTunes App store for iOS
Download Smarter Planet

 
 

Marketplace for Windows Phone
Download Smarter Planet

 

Get these all-new apps, with loads of new features for your smartphone or tablet.  More mobile innovations coming soon, so stay tuned to your favorite app store.

iWildFire is your feature rich IBM Connections App for iPhone and iPad. Created by leading Australian consultants and engineers of Connections, iWildFire delivers rich Connections functionality directly to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. iWildFire allows users to not only connect to My DeveloperWorks, Lotus Greenhouse or Bleedyellow, but become a mobile user of their organisation’s own Connections environment. (via About iWildFire)

iWildFire is your feature rich IBM Connections App for iPhone and iPad. Created by leading Australian consultants and engineers of Connections, iWildFire delivers rich Connections functionality directly to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. iWildFire allows users to not only connect to My DeveloperWorks, Lotus Greenhouse or Bleedyellow, but become a mobile user of their organisation’s own Connections environment. (via About iWildFire)

MedCoach for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
Having a hard time keeping track of your meds? With MedCoach by  GreatCall, you’ll never miss another medication! This easy-to-use and  valuable app helps you remember to take your medications at the right  time of day - everyday. Stay on schedule with your medication regimen  and even connect to your pharmacy to refill your prescriptions.

MedCoach for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

Having a hard time keeping track of your meds? With MedCoach by GreatCall, you’ll never miss another medication! This easy-to-use and valuable app helps you remember to take your medications at the right time of day - everyday. Stay on schedule with your medication regimen and even connect to your pharmacy to refill your prescriptions.

IBM - A Smarter Planet mobile apps
Evidence of a smarter planet is everywhere.And people are more mobile than ever.
And now the latest news about our smarter planet can be too, going wherever you and your smart phone go. Download these new apps to keep information, links and multimedia  related to Smarter Planet—and our new initiative The Social  Business—always at your fingertips. The apps include content optimized  for your device from ibm.com, the Smarter Planet blog, our Tumblr sites,  YouTube, the IBM Centennial Icons of Progress project and more.

IBM - A Smarter Planet mobile apps

Evidence of a smarter planet is everywhere.
And people are more mobile than ever.

And now the latest news about our smarter planet can be too, going wherever you and your smart phone go.
Download these new apps to keep information, links and multimedia related to Smarter Planet—and our new initiative The Social Business—always at your fingertips. The apps include content optimized for your device from ibm.com, the Smarter Planet blog, our Tumblr sites, YouTube, the IBM Centennial Icons of Progress project and more.

Android Overtakes BlackBerry As the Top U.S. Smartphone Platform
Source: Mashable

The trend was obvious for quite some time, and now it finally happened: Android is the most popular smartphone platform among U.S. subscribers.
According to comScore’s data, Google’s Android rose from 23.5% market share in October 2010 to 31.2% in January 2011, enough to securely grab first place from RIM’s BlackBerry, which fell 35.8% in October 2010 to 30.4% in January 2011. A recent report from Nielsenalso claimed that Android is now the number one smartphone platform in the U.S., albeit with slightly different numbers.
Apple’s iOS experienced a minute growth in the same period: from 24.6% to 24.7%, while Microsoft and Palm continued losing market share, ending at 8.0% and 3.2%, respectively.

Android Overtakes BlackBerry As the Top U.S. Smartphone Platform

Source: Mashable

The trend was obvious for quite some time, and now it finally happened: Android is the most popular smartphone platform among U.S. subscribers.

According to comScore’s data, Google’s Android rose from 23.5% market share in October 2010 to 31.2% in January 2011, enough to securely grab first place from RIM’s BlackBerry, which fell 35.8% in October 2010 to 30.4% in January 2011. A recent report from Nielsenalso claimed that Android is now the number one smartphone platform in the U.S., albeit with slightly different numbers.

Apple’s iOS experienced a minute growth in the same period: from 24.6% to 24.7%, while Microsoft and Palm continued losing market share, ending at 8.0% and 3.2%, respectively.