Tag Archives: appslunch


Dec 2014

Introducing the Belgian dating app Puzme

Looking for Mr. or Ms. Right can be a hard and time-consuming task. Not to speak about the fact that ‘Single’ or ‘Not single’ isn’t written on people’s foreheads. Everyone has heard of dating websites such as Match.com, apps like Tinder and concepts such as speed dating, but they all have one disadvantage in common: they primarily focus on looks. Enter: Puzme!


Jul 2014

Three Mobile Applications for Gardening

Frequent readers of this blog know that we like healthy food at Cleverwood. That’s why we started thinking about growing our own vegetables, which inspired us to take a look at a few mobile gardening applications during lunch. We wanted to see how they could help us, and ended up picking 3 applications we found worth taking a closer look at.


May 2014

8 mobile applications to keep you healthy

We always hear about losing weight for the summer, recovering your silhouette for the holidays, following a special diet after Christmas, … But what about living healthy each day of your life? During our latest #appslunch we looked at 8 mobile applications that help you keeping good shape. Read our list below.


Feb 2014

Mobile banking in Belgium: an applications review [infographic]

To kick off our 2014 #appslunch sessions, we explored the world of mobile banking and tested 5 Belgian mobile banking apps. Our approach was to test the apps only on mobile devices – no tablets – focusing on the Big Five: KBC, ING, AXA, Belfius and BNP Paribas (we did not include Hello Bank). Next to the Big Five we took a look at Keytrade Bank to see how a smaller bank compares to the big ones but – because of its different focus (online, business, investments) – we did not include this bank in the infographic comparison. Have a look at our infographic for a comparison and read our extensive impressions below.


Dec 2013

Appslunch meets Maily: apps for kids

Earlier this week we organized another appslunch, our concept where we discuss mobile and/or tablet applications with Cleverwood consultants during lunch. This time, Raphael Halberthal joined us to share his view on the applications business and of course his own application company Maily.


Nov 2013

Last Appslunch of the Year !

For this year’s last #appslunch, we decided that everyone at the table could talk about one application that he or she has been using recently. Let us guide you through an overview of the best ones! Shopilly:  Because we feel it is worth sharing, for once we included a desktop application: Shopilly. Without a doubt the best one of this appslunch session. As you already know by now, at Cleverwood we strive to be a zero e-mail company. With Shopilly, you can create one specific e-mail address and use it to subscribe to all your newsletters. It collects all newsletters for you and stores them in a nice and friendly design. You also have the option to link a Yahoo mail, Gmail or Hotmail account as well as have Shopilly automatically import commercial messages. Goodbye dirty mailbox! We strongly recommend them to make a mobile version


Sep 2013

Mobile Apps Lunch “Back to School”

Wow! After a summer break of 4 months, we organised the “back to school” #appslunch with all colleagues at Cleverwood. No less than 12 applications were submitted! 5 of them are worth sharing: Taxi Proxi is a mobile application that allows you to: Visualise in real-time the nearest available taxi and call him directly on his mobile phone Make a reservation for a taxi on any given moment


May 2013

Mobile Apps Lunch

Last week, Tanguy De Lestré, founder of Mobile Monday Brussels visited the Cleverwood offices. During lunch, we took the opportunity to discuss a few applications we discovered lately. An improvised mobile apps lunch indeed! We talked about Recettes 4saisons, BetterStreet, InstaPlace and (of course) the Mobile Monday application. All those applications are free or have a free version. Recette 4saisons is a food application that provides a lot of information about the vegetable/fruit of the month. Based on this vegetable or fruit of the month, the applications presents you healthy recipes, lets you create shopping lists and encourages you to buy local and seasonal products. It also has a built in calendar to browse seasonal products month by month and to add these directly to your shopping list. A fine beautiful designed and user friendly little app for healthy inspiration on your daily cooking.   BetterStreet is a citizen application that helps you report problems and suggestions to your…

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Mar 2013

Apps lunch dedicated to food applications

Following our last Friday Session about food blogging given by Cleverwood consultant Kim Recour, we decided to dedicate this month’s appslunch to food apps! Here is our Top 5: Evernote Food: available on Appstore and Google Play Evernote Food presents you a splendid experience to discover and save delicious recipes and amazing restaurants. Anything you save in Evernote Food will show up in Evernote on any device you use. With Evernote Food, you always have your favorite recipes with you, you can share these with your friend (and the world), find a nice restaurant near you by checking the pictures and reviews made by others. If you love food and like sharing your experience, this app is made for you!   Open Food facts: available on AppStore and Google Play This application lets you discover everything you want to know about a certain food product: ingredients, additives, labeling and nutritional composition.  Search for…

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Dec 2012

Last #appslunch of 2012

  For our last #appslunch of this year 2012, we highlighted our favorite apps of the moment. Don’t hesitate to download them, they are all free!     Here is the Top5  Pharmacie.be is a great search engine application that allows you to find easily a pharmacy open at any time in Belgium. To download the iPhone version, go to the AppStore, for Windows Phone click here. RailTime will be very useful if you need to know real time schedules of all trains in Belgium. The station tab gives you direct access to the next trains leaving from your preferred train station. You can also prepare your trip and get notified of all train delays and accidents! You can download it via AppStore, via GooglePlay for Android and now also for Windows Phone. Only pity there is no built in GPS to quickly see what train station is near you. Scoopshot is a crowdsourcing service for news, photos and…

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