Fundly creates a mobile App !!!


Revue de Web | GMCF | mer. 19 Juin

Crowdfunding on the Go! Fundly Launches Mobile App for iPhone


Social Online Fundraising Platform Allows Anyone To « Unleash Their Inner Fundraiser »

Fundly, the world’s largest crowdfunding-for-good platform, today announced its mobile app for iOS that makes it easy for fundraisers to manage and run their fundraising campaign straight from their mobile device. The app is available for free in the iTunes store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

The Fundly app focuses on the core fundraising features most applicable to mobile devices, such as inviting mobile contacts, thanking new donors and supporters, and posting image-based updates to their campaign pages.

« This is a whole new way to experience Fundly, » said Dennis Hu, VP of Product at Fundly. « The mobile app is attractive and practical, and provides an even easier way for fundraisers to fundraise-on-the-go. »

The iOS-exclusive application currently requires all users to already have an existing account on Setting up an account on Fundly is easy and takes less than five minutes; start a fundraising campaign here.

« When you launch a Fundly campaign to raise money for something you care about, it’s addicting to see who’s supporting you, » said Dave Boyce, CEO of Fundly.  « Everyone loves to hear good news, why should you have to wait until you’re back at your desk? This app lets your fundraising activities travel with you everywhere. »

Key App Features:

  • Mobile notification of new support or donations
  • Mobile invitations (email & Facebook)
  • Mobile ‘thank you’s’
  • Mobile photo and text updates
  • To-do checklist
  • Everything cross-posted to Facebook & Twitter
  • Real-time synchronized with your web campaign
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À propos de l’auteur

“Après un master II entrepreneuriat, c’est en travaillant sur le financement des startups que j’ai découvert le crowdfunding. Passionné par la nouveauté et le web j’ai co-créé Good Morning Crowdfunding pour faire connaître ce marché."