Massachusetts-Based Geisel Software Now Offering Mobile App Development

July 23, 2013

Geisel Software, an award-winning software firm, will now develop iOS mobile applications for all clients, alongside the company's web app and embedded software services.

Shrewsbury, MA (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

Geisel Software, Inc. (GSI) a leading web applications developer and embedded software firm, will now offer mobile app development as one of the company's services. With a history of successful project work for Bit9, iRobot and other major companies, the Geisel Software development team is eager to parlay its work into the iPhone and iPad space.

“As a development firm, we've had lots of success working on everything from kernel-level projects to Linux-based software. It makes perfect sense to use our significant project management skills on mobile app development,” says Brian Geisel, CEO and founder of mobile app developer Geisel Software. “We've developed best-selling mobile apps for select clients in the past, but this is the first time we're offering it to all of our clients.”

Geisel Software has created four apps for select clients, including YAPA, iCaptions and Boastcards. YAPA is a physics-based game, iCaptions lets users put captions on photos, and Boastcards lets users create postcards – complete with custom captions – from vacation and other types of images. To find out more on Geisel Software's app development work, visit Geisel Software at http://www.geisel-software.com.

About Geisel Software

Massachusetts-based Geisel Software, led by software expert Brian Geisel, currently develops web and mobile applications for iPhones, iPads, Android phones, tablets and more. Made up of a team of developers that live across the globe, Geisel Software offers a significant edge in both local and international software design and implementation. The company has worked with many major companies including iRobot, Bit9 and Microlite.

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