(PRWEB) June 03, 2014
The "Buncee” desktop and mobile application was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly AppWatch, which takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, and Windows market. Andrew Tropeano, a host of NewsWatch and mobile technology expert, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how it allows users to build an interactive and customizable experience.
Buncee is a platform that exhibited at South By Southwest 2014. The application merges digital communication capabilities and mashes them into one. With it, users can build an interactive and customizable experience where they can add images, video, text, music, and sound. It can be used for any occasion – at home, at work, or at school.
Consumers can sign up for free and then create a buncee by selecting a background and dragging and dropping the items they want into the buncee. Once it’s built, and it only takes seconds to do, users can share it through email, social media, or even text messages when using buncee on the go.
It takes the traditional and tired ways of communicating and livens it up using the technology available to us.
To learn more, visit http://www.buncee.com, sign up for free, and create a Buncee today. To download the Buncee Bits app on an iOS device, head to the iOS Store and search, "Buncee Bits".
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