Polecat is a multi-disciplinary
digital agency.
We make apps for enterprise
and start-ups

PowerDot

PowerDot is a companion app for a wearable electrical sports muscle stimulator that uses EMS
technology and provides active athletes and sports enthusiasts with a way to train, recover, and
improve their overall sports performance and results.


Timeline: 3 months
Technologies iOS: Swift 2, Core BlueTooth, CoreData
Technologies Android: Java, Android Bluetooth API, Realm
Backend: Golang, PostgreSQL


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Instant Tickets

Tickets selling service integrated with major tickets providers like TicketNetwork and
TicketEvolution. We developed Instant Tickets iPhone and Web apps.


Timeline: 4 months
Technologies iOS: Swift 2, CoreData, Stripe
Web/Backend: javascript/node.js, angular.js, PostgreSQL


Instant Tickets

Toast Android

Send real time cash from Singapore to Philippines, pay different bill types like government utilities and
healthcare. Toast Android app provides quick and easy way to send money instantly and securely.


Timeline: 3 months
Technologies: Java, Retrofit, Jumio, Intercom



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What I Eat

Track your eating habits easily with What I Eat. The app logs food you eat during the day
along with calories intake.


Timeline: 2 months
Technologies: CoreData/Magical Record, Ensembles, RMStore, Mixpanel, Flurry, Amplitude



What I Eat

Voice Cafe

The Voice Cafe Accent App is an interactive tool for learning accents and dialects.
We've develop iPhone application and web-based panel for managing resources in the app.


Timeline: 2 months
Technologies iOS: Objective-C, AFNetworking, Mantle, FacebookSDK
Web/Backend: JavaScript/Node.js, Backbone.js, MongoDB



Voice Cafe

Remmy

Remmy is a database of products with the detailed information about 1) what's in the products and
2) how they are made. Each product's information includes data about allergens.


Timeline: 2 months
Technologies iOS: Swift 2, Alamofire, Realm, Crashlytics, FacebookSDK
Backend: Django, PostgreSQL, SendGrid, Amazon S3



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