The Ringbow recently arrived into the confines of Kickstarter's realm of projects that have the potential to be incredibly successful if funded. In this particular case, the developers are ambitiously seeking $100,000 to transform their project from a simple visualization to a full-fledged reality. What's the strong force slowly pushing the Ringbow to mass production? Find out the details down below.
You can't deny that surfing through the ranks of pages on Kickstarter could be considered as a time consuming, though very interesting, pastime. The cool new accessories that directly relate to iOS devices are awing - the newest to Kickstarter's ever expanding lineup of quirky projects that have the potential to really take off is the Brush Monkey.
It's one of those things that most iOS device owners fear most: losing their prized technological investments, which in our case are our iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads. Though Apple have provided a useful way for tracking your device, with the Find My iPhone application, its features don't suffice. A new Kickstarter project aims to keep your device within your confines at all times - even when its battery is dead.
Kickstarter has been the funding partner with many high budget, successful accessories, among the plethora of other things that are funded daily on the community website, and it today boasts another product that is both relevant to this site and looks like it's got some serious potential. The SoundBender amplifies your music without power, batteries or anything of the sort, however, only for the iPad 2.
Kickstarter has hosted some pretty awesome endeavors, a few of which have grown to become extremely profitable. Today, cellphone accessory manufacturer/reseller, Cellpig has posted a new project that has the potential to materialize into yet another rugged case to compete with all of the likes. Dubbed Cellhelmet, the case not only comes with hardy protection, but it's also accompanied by an all-inclusive warranty that guarantees a replacement phone if your iPhone 4 or 4S breaks while encased in the case itself.
We report to you today with yet another new endeavor for the iOS market, and rather then from CES 2012, which is currently what a lot of the news has to do with, this comes from Kickstarter. The community funding site has seen some pretty quirky projects, but the PopSockets takes the cake for the most since the time I've been surfing the website, although that's probably not intended, but is contributed to with the wacky, lighthearted nature of the product video, and the case seems to be a fully functional, useful product for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Whether or not Apple is planning on rolling out a little brother to their Smart Cover accessory currently only available for the iPad 2, entrepreneurs have already seen the light in the clever product. Namely, the TidyTilt which is actively being funded by the large Kickstarter community.
There are so many Kickstarter projects that I usually include all of the interesting ones as a compilation in one post, but I felt that this certain one deserved a whole post for itself. So, behold, the MySaver, the perfect solution to fully preserve your iPhone’s, iPod Touch’s and iPad’s
As a continuation of my previous article on interesting iPhone endeavors soon to be, I’ve got three more today from Kickstarter that I have been dying to share. If you don’t already know what Kickstarter is, it’s a community website designed to aid creative people in “kickstarting” their products. By
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