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Cell Software Services Ltd.
Cell Software Services Ltd.

Cell Software Services Ltd.

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  • United Kingdom, England, South East England, East Sussex, Brighton and Hove, Brighton
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Cell Software Services Ltd. company overview

Cell Software Services are an award winning Software Development Agency and recognised Test House in the world of Mobile and Web solutions. We have built Android and iOS apps for the medical profession, UK government institutions, the retail industry and even local schools. Our customers range from global media giants to individuals coming to us with innovative musings. We are open to each and every idea and committed to each and every project we take on. Come talk to us.

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App Forum 2014

App Forum 2014

Utility
App Forum 2014

App Forum 2014

Android · iPhone · Cross Platform

App Forum 2014 is a conference guide for the Enterprise Developer Event being hosted in Brussels by Zebra Technologies. It has been written using the X-Platform Rho Connect platform

ArrestApp

ArrestApp

Utility
ArrestApp

ArrestApp

Android · iPhone

This app provides legal pre-arrest advice to the public and, where available, allow the user to make direct contact with a free local Legal Services Commission approved solicitor 24/7.

Facewatch ID

Facewatch ID

Utility
Facewatch ID

Facewatch ID

Android · iPhone · Cross Platform

This app allows members of the public in the UK to confidentially identify images issued by the police. Users can use their location or enter a postcode to view persons of interest to the Police (suspected criminals or witnesses to a crime). If you make an identification the app allows you to enter details that are known, e.g. the suspect/witness's name and address. The information is then sent directly, and confidentially, to the UK police.