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The future of feedback is here

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SampleMe, the first app of its kind in the world has unveiled the future of feedback and customer engagement, which it claims will transform the way brands interact with consumers and provide unprecedented levels of quantifiable results, all in real time.

Devised and created by digital guru Ryan Singlehurst, SampleMe offers brands a unique solution to the age old problem of how to measure their performance and perception more accurately than monitoring a fluctuating bottom line. With its innovative technology, brands will be able to engage with consumers as they experience their services, allowing them to receive immediate feedback, ask opinions and even deal with unhappy customers on the spot. It is not hard to see why SampleMe is already producing such positive feedback; the unique features of this app provide the consumer with a trusted social search function, as well as a great deal, and brands with the opportunity to get unrivalled levels of ROI, far higher than any forms of traditional marketing or advertising. This is truly a game-changer.

“We live in a digital age, one in which any decision is rarely made before a google search for advice, but this traditional search method is fundamentally flawed. Notwithstanding the staggering numbers of fake reviews, a lack of incentives mean that less than 1% of people visiting venues leave reviews. 53% of consumers won’t make a booking without consulting online reviews, leaving outlets at the mercy of insufficient and inaccurate information. I wanted to create a thought engine app that allowed people to make better buying decisions and business better overall decisions by using Big Data. You’re more likely to use a plumber your friend recommends, or eat at a restaurant your aunty recommends, hence SampleMe and its ethos of ‘social search’ was born.” said Singlehurst, the CEO at SampleMe.

There a two main aspects unique to the SampleMe app; social search and QIM. QIM or ‘Quantifiable Interactive Marketing is what will set the app apart for brands and businesses. It is what drives SampleMe to provide accurate, immediate and ‘quantifiable’ results to its users. It turns the most effective form of advertising, WOM ‘word-of-mouth’, into a daily, trackable reality. A state of the art marketing suite, with a simple UI, will put the power of direct marketing and engagement in the hands of brands and turn their consumers into partners, meaning they can make better business decisions. Much more effective that traditional ads that leave businesses unable to track who saw it and what they thought!

The SampleMe beacons with proximity technology alert consumers when they enter an outlet in the community. A 20 second tailored survey or feedback request is then sent to them, which can be completed in exchange for an immediate reward, such as discount or free gift. The social search element of the app means this info is shared, not only with the establishment, but publically to the consumer’s wider circle; producing user generated content in real time. By offering small, instant incentives brands can grow their business by reacting to genuine feedback and generating customer loyalty.

CEO Ryan Singlehurst was quick to underline, “Our reviews are quick and easy to ensure consumer collaboration and are collated into easy to read big data to help generate accurate analysis. There is no other resource in the world that can guarantee the levels of engagement and ROI generated by SampleMe. Having consulted for businesses all over the world, bridging the gap between brands and the consumer has been a long-term goal of mine; I am delighted that day is finally here.”

There are already 12,800 outlets registered on SampleMe and all those who wish to make a buck with their feedback, must feed SampleMe with their thoughts and views right away.

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PUBG MOBILE Partners with YouTube Premium

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Today PUBG MOBILE has announced a new partnership with YouTube Premium and Google Play, bringing players a whole host of exciting rewards. players will have the opportunity to claim a FREE YouTube Premium-themed gift bag including a 3-month trial of YouTube Premium, an exclusive 15-day limited edition parachute,1000 BP, and more. Additionally, PUBG MOBILE players can look forward to earning free gear, with new content available every month until May 28th,2022. Players will have an opportunity to claim exclusive permanent in-game items.

YouTube Premium gives viewers uninterrupted access to YouTube, where over a billion hours of video are watched each day! Experience ad-free viewing, download videos to watch offline and play videos and music seamlessly whether you’re on the move, using other apps or your screen is turned off.

YouTube Premium also includes access to YouTube Music Premium, featuring over 80 million official songs, covers, and remixes. The partnership between PUBG MOBILE and YouTube Premium is part of the new Version 1.7 update, bringing new content, game modes, and even more exciting collaborations to the game.

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Spotify Pulls the Plug on its Car View Feature

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Spotify is taking away the Car View feature, a report says, just as users began to notice it unexpectedly missing. Car View, available through the Spotify app for iOS and Android, had a more streamlined interface and playback controls to make for a better way to play music while driving.

“We can confirm that we’re retiring the car view feature,” a moderator on Spotify’s forums wrote. “This, however, doesn’t mean we don’t want to improve on how our users listen to Spotify while driving. On the contrary, we’re actively exploring a variety of new ways to deliver the best in-car listening experience. Think of retiring car view as something that needs to happen in an effort to make way for new innovations coming down the track.”

The move was viewed with skepticism by some users, who have posited that the company is instead just trying to push its upcoming “Car Thing” program on users. Car Thing is an $80 smart device player, designed for use in cars, which isn’t available except for preorder in the U.S. as of right now.

The aforementioned moderator said on the forum that the company was looking for the best way to have an in-car listening experience. Spotify has not offered any alternatives as of press time, though a moderator has said users could make use of Google Assistant for hands-free music control, along with a Google Maps feature to allow for listeners to control music playback.

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WhatsApp May Be Building a new Communities Feature

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WhatsApp may be working on a new “communities” feature that allows group admins greater control. With the feature, admins will be able to create separate clusters of people within a group, who are tied to specific activities. For example – some people might be interested in movies, others in music, and group admins can filter them to specific communities.

Group admins can also invite other people into the community by using a link, which can be shared publicly or privately. Another thing to note is that you may not be able to interact with all groups within a community when you join.

The feature was first spotted by XDA Developers and now WABetaInfo has also seen evidence on a recent test build. This means that the feature has not hit Beta channels yet, and is currently being worked on. While unknown at this time, WhatsApp may also ship some advanced tools for group admins when it is released.

WhatsApp will also differentiate Groups from Communities using subtle design cues, like using a square profile image with rounded borders for Communities while maintaining the circular profile image for Groups.

Recently, WhatsApp announced a slew of new features that will roll out on the platform very soon. This includes new Undo buttons while editing images or video, an option to convert stickers into images, a new control bar for videos that use Picture-in-Picture (PIP), an option to enable notifications for reactions, and new privacy settings that gives you more control over your profile and info.

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