Review Sidekick Interactive
We are a company specialized in developing custom software for mobile applications and websites.
Our high-quality native mobile applications respect deadlines and budgets. We excel at creating memorable and pleasant user-experiences through our software.
Our savoir-faire reveals itself on both the back-end and front-end levels.
You can also have access to push notifications and we guarantee an access to our CMS hosted on Microsoft cloud Azure to stock your photos, videos, audios that will allow you to manage your content by your own.
Let us help you optimize your ideas and make them come alive, whether you are in Montreal or anywhere else. No project is too small or too big for our team of seasoned developers. We are passionate about what we do and would love to have the chance to work with you!
Our client was looking for a way to easily scan body parts to create personalized orthopedics. Their goal was to find an easier and cheaper alternative to 3D scans than very expensive scan booths, and to share their new tool with their partners. We worked with Structure Sensor and created an iOS native app which interfaces with the scanner and its SDK.
The client was looking for more than just an app, so we worked with them to develop their back-end all the while giving them valuable technological insight to help them make solid decisions.
The Luberon Côté Sud Tourist Office wanted to highlight the tourist heritage and rich history of the Château de La Tour d'Aigues.
The mobile app allows visitors to navigate through fun routes, visit historical points of interest and stay up-to-date about upcoming events by using the Calendar section. The interactive map allows visitors to see their position in addition to the points of interest, which are highlighted by audio guides, historical photos, videos and before-after experiences. Circuits and stops can be downloaded for use offline (without a cellular network), and the Tourist Office team is completely autonomous in its content management.
The City of Montreal was looking for a modern solution to better communicate the snow-removal schedule for streets, a great source of frustration for Montrealers. Create a mobile app which allows the city to communicate the snow removal status and schedule through their open-data portal, on a street by street basis with a simple color code. Citizens can save targeted street sides to receive notifications, which allows them to plan their parking more efficiently.
The city of Saint John wished to offer visitors a solution allowing them to plan their visit in advance. The mobile app allows the user to navigate via circuits, or on a map. The user can visit the city by exploring circuits that include points of interest with site descriptions, a hyperlink and media content such as audio guides, pictures and videos. Circuits and stops can be shared on social media and downloaded for use offline (without a cellular network).
The City of Saint-Jerome, in collaboration with the Rivière-du-nord Historical Society, wanted to promote the city's rich historical heritage. The user can visit the city by exploring circuits that include points of interest with site descriptions, a hyperlink and media content such as audio guides, pictures and videos, as well as before-after experiences. Circuits and stops can be shared on social media and downloaded for use offline (without a cellular network).
The City of Boucherville and the organizing committee of the 350th anniversary of the founding of the city were looking for a modern solution so that citizens and friends of the city could easily have access to the calendar of events of this year long celebration. Thanks to the apps, users can consult information and media content (photos, videos, audio guides, texts, and web links) for each calendar event of interest created by the city. They can then add events directly to their personal calendar. The city is also able to send personalized push notifications to all app users.
The association of eco-neighbourhoods in official partnership with “Montréal physiquement active” wanted to create four pilot circuits focussed on existing green lanes to highlight, encourage and develop active movement in neighborhoods and among youth, physical activity , socialization, and cultural, artistic and historical knowledge. The mobile app allows the user to navigate via circuits, in the first place,and secondly, to have access to thematic stops (history/culture, physical activity, arts, green and citizen initiatives). Each stop may offer a description of the area, a hyperlink and media content such as audio guides, pictures and videos. All circuits and stops can be easily shared on social media and downloaded for use offline.
The organizing committee of StartUpFest, THE event of the Montreal startup world, wanted to offer their visitors the ultimate guide to Montreal cuisine as seen through the eyes of this industry’s leaders. This tool offers the user the opportunity to discover culinary Montreal via the recommendations of influential people from the world of startups. The visitor can locate these recommendations on a map in the form of points of interest.
The app allows visitors to consult information and media content (photos, videos, audio guides, texts, and web links) for each point of interest created by the city of Laval. The city can also create circuits by grouping together points of interest according to certain themes.
The visitor can easily find his way in the historical neighborhood of Sault-au-Récollet with his smart-phone’s GPS, and can get more information on the historic points of interest. Also, it is possible to live out augmented experiences such as scratching pictures of today to reveal what they looked like before.