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When ShoutEm was first launched back in 2008, it was focused on helping users to build their own social networking platforms. Well, the world has changed, and since then, it’s transitioned the business as a platform that can be used to build mobile applications. But not everyone needs (or wants) a native app — so ShoutEm now has a way to easily create HTML5 apps that can be viewed in any mobile web browser.

With the ShoutEm HTML5 development platform, developers can quickly and easily make mobile web apps that have a lot of the same functionality as native mobile apps. Many businesses are developing native apps already, but for those who don’t have an iPhone or Android phone, using HTML5 will allow them to reach a large number of users on feature phones or other smartphone platforms.

Apps built with the platform will be able to mirror the…

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