Shazam: Turning Impossible to Success with Chris Barton

Chris Barton the co-founder and original CEO of Shazam returns in a live interview at the first ever Mobile App Chat meetup and we talk about how you persevere when investors and even a co-founder tells you that your idea can never be done and what it feels like when the idea actually comes to fruition. Also there are some great audience questions that you’ll definitely want to hear.

Tapdaq: Selling a Company as a Teenager with Ted Nash

Coming up today’s was the first teenager to hit 1 million downloads in the App Store and then later sold his company at the age of 19 and he tells us what he would do to launch his app in today’s crowded ecosystem. Also, listen to his 80/20 rule about developing versus marketing your app and why we maybe doing it all wrong.
Ted Nash is the co-founder and CEO of Tapdaq.

WeWalk: 13-Year-Old Changing Fitness for Kids with Estrella Hernandez

Are you losing interest or passion in your app idea? Well today’s guest is a 13-year-old who is changing the way kids view fitness and she talks about a time that she wanted to give up on her app and how she managed to pick herself up again. Also, listen to the part of the show where she talks about the importance of community and you should surround yourself with like-minded individuals.
Estrella Hernandez is Chief Inspiration Officer We-Walk.

Yo Steve 001: Book Recommendation to Leave Corporate Job

This is the first episode of a new segment called Yo Steve where Steve shares his book recommendation on leaving his full-time job. His book recommendation: The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph Ask Steve a...