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Wed 20 Dec, 2017
We have just launched a new app to help reduce waiting times in hospitals across Devon and Cornwall. The app, NHSquicker, allows people to view up-to-date waiting times for local emergency departments and minor injuries units. It also provides information regarding distance and time to different treatment centres, based on the user's location. Reactor15 have been working with Exeter Health and Care IMPACT Network, a collaboration between the NHS across Devon and Cornwall and academics from the University of Exeter to build an app which is widely available for smartphones and tablets, on Apple and Android. The NHSquicker app took six months to build and is a fully native app developed using our own custom framework. Using a native platform which allowed us to build a fast, responsive and reliable experience to users, when accuracy and speed of information is very important. The app also provides information about less urgent NHS services, including GPs, pharmacies, sexual health services, dentists and opticians. Mike Saunders, Managing Director of Reactor15 said: "It’s great, once again, to be involved in building a really useful NHS tool. We were asked to build an app which will not only help reduce waiting times in our local hospitals but will also help patients make the right choices with regards to how and where they receive their treatment. We believe our native app platform is both robust and versatile enough to meet the needs and brief of Exeter Health and Care IMPACT Network." Reactor15 have a good working relationship with the NHS and have already built the award winning HANDi Paedatric, POPs apps and the Devon and Wakefield Formularies. NHSquicker can be downloaded on iTunes and Google Play.
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Tue 25 Feb, 2014
Our first serious experimental multi-platform release, Trilobyte Snake achieved over 50,000 downloads in 2013. 
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Mon 02 Dec, 2013
Fuel Saver Pro is a neat little GPS based mobile phone app we’ve designed for one of our clients. 
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Mon 03 Dec, 2012
As we continually tackle new digital projects, we find we’re doing more and more mobile application development.
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Wed 29 Aug, 2012
In 2012, Reactor15 realeased an experimental mobile game app called “Fit Shapes” on Windows Phone and the iTunes for iPad and iPhone, and “Twist & Fit Shapes Game” on Google Play. 
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Thu 14 Jun, 2012
Before you start developing, here are 9 mobile app questions to ask yourself first. 
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