But the app Keating is obsessed with is called Ikea Hackers.
“It’s this group of kids that creates all this amazing stuff from Ikea.
It supports connections with blog platforms, such as Word Press, Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, Tumblr, Twitter, Vine, and Instagram.
You also can display content fed into the app via an RSS feed.
Before they kind of had a blog, for lack of a better term.
But it’s done really well organically and people have been searching for it without any support.
You can create a hierarchy of that content by making some pieces of the grid bigger than others.
Another layout stacks bars of images and text leading to content.
“It was intense,” she says, and draining to start a company at such a young age.
And if she were to plunge back into those sleepless nights, she would need something she was truly passionate about. DWNLD is a platform that makes apps on demand for anyone who wants them.
And we can match them to the advertising network that’s best.”You can also sell your own ads, but that's a lot of work.
And Keating wants to use this new capital infusion to make monetizing your app as easy as creating it — which as I saw, takes only a few seconds. She says her and cofounder Fritz Lanman thought about having a mobile web option, but ultimately decided against it.
“A lot of them have apps for download, but they don’t have data.