Seldom does anyone ask us any longer "what kind of mobile apps do we build"?
Here's a sort list, followed by an infographic we use to further emphasize the extent to which marketing has overwhelmed by mobile.
-wedding party, possibly branded to the wedding venue or a jewelry store that is customized for the bride, groom and the guests
-lodging, apartment, sports or faith based complex that wants to provide a profit-center of food ordering and delivery to residents or guests
-repair shop to provide their customers with instant communication icon on their phone whenever they need help without having to "look it up" or conduct a "search"
-local pizza shop that is trying to compete with national chains that are taking market share because of online ordering popularity
-community shopping district that wants to provide the assistance the local merchants need to attract and assist local shoppers to find what they need
-bowling alley that hosts birthday parties and events that wants to provide their customers with a custom app so that the business gets a lot of exposure as attendees "share" the party info across their social networks
-independent real estate agents, commercial property or apartment owners or management companies that want to prevent search from distracting potential customers that may migrate due to an online ad
-local purse retailer with a unique marketing concept that needed an online ordering app to be able to use ecommerce to allow customers to order new items from their phone
-auto dealership that sees the advantage of providing their sales people with a mobile app branded to the sales person to help the sales person better connect with prospective customers on a personal level
-restaurant that may want a range of menu options to allow customers to view, even order from, a simple menu that doesn't require a point of sale or computer in their place of business
-local church that wants a platform allowing the congregationt to view the sermon in real time, live, on Sunday even it they're not in church at the time...AND to make a donation and view the weeks bulletin and a lot more
-beauty shop that needs the marketing assistance it gains from its customers "sharing" their status with a "click" on Facebook done is a way that is fast, free and easy for the user so that it provides free content for the shop owners and stylists
-simple platform to provide any business an ecommerce powered way to sell anything online
-carpet cleaner that has a need to provide customers with a way to reach him when needed, with a quick response (QR) code printed on a tag and placed on the furnishings he has serviced
-a locksmith or heating and air conditioning company that wants to connect with an easily updated link in the customers home via QR code placed on the furnace/in the basement so the customer can connect easily and quickly