Roundarch Collaborates with Wilco to Deliver Even More Features for the Successful iPhone Application

Last Month we had the chance to once again work with the Chicago band Wilco on updates to the successful iPhone application. The updates gave us a chance to improve some of the features already in the application and add even more. Wilco has always been dedicated to using new technologies to help the band connect to their fans and these improvements strengthen that connection. The new version features an all new roadcase with live concert recordings from the Boston, MA and Madison, WI performances. We were able to improve the photo and poster galleries and add a section dedicated to the upcoming Solid Sound festival.

I had a chance to discuss the app at last Month’s Mobile Monday Chicago Mobile Demo Showcase held in Chicago on June 21. The presentation focused on some of the updated features of the app and highlighted the cloud based data integration with wilcoworld.net, the official Wilco website.

In addition to the iPhone app updates we also worked with the band to update the website’s discography using the latest HTML5 audio technology. You can now enjoy the bands discography on your iPad and other modern web browsers like Chrome and Safari.

Stay tuned for future updates coming very soon that will enhance the Solid Sound section and allow you to listen to the concerts and album tracks while multitasking.

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