Mobile App Development Case Study: Intel Easy Migration

mobile app development case study for Intel Easy Migration

In a crowded Chromebook market, how can Intel (and OEM partners like Acer) add differentiating value? That’s the question they brought to Sourcebits in September 2013 during a Mobile Innovation Strategy Workshop at our headquarters in San Francisco. Together, we explored a variety of design and mobile app development ideas before landing on a core problem to solve: getting data off devices and into the cloud (like Google Drive) is clunky.

Intel Easy Migration mobile app development case studyIntel Easy Migration’s suite of apps for Android, iOS and Windows devices launched in 2014 to rave press and consumer reviews. More than 75 media articles covered the app, which currently has a 4-star rating in both iTunes and Google Play. Check out the in-depth web case study for a closer look at how our design and mobile app development services brought Intel Easy Migration to life. Want a quick overview? Download the mobile app development case study.

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How Intel Easy Migration Works

Chromebooks are cloud-based devices. Intel Easy Migration takes the hassle out of getting files from a phone or PC into the Google Cloud. Watch the demo videos to see how it works.

Intel Easy Migration for Android Devices

Intel Easy Migration for Android devices supports photos, videos, files, contacts and bookmarks. Download the app from Google Play.

Intel Easy Migration for iOS Devices

Intel Easy Migration for iOS devices supports photos, videos and contacts. Download the app from the App Store.

Intel Easy Migration for Windows Devices

Intel Easy Migration for Windows devices supports photos, videos, files, contacts and bookmarks. To watch the demo video and download the Windows app, visit the Intel Easy Migration website.

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Piotr Gajos, Chief Innovation Officer

Piotr is Sourcebits Chief Innovation Officer. A 2006 Apple Design Award winner, Piotr draws much of his inspiration from film and music, and focuses on leading our Innovation Strategy Workshops, generating new ideas for Sourcebits, and consulting on projects.