You’re a car lover. Aren’t we all? Without wanting to sound misogynistic, guys are more into cars than girls. Women have other things that take their interests as replacements for motor vehicles. We guys are not great lovers of fashion and make-up. We like to hoon around in a powerful car. We like to speed. We like to make cops chase us. We spend hours cleaning, detailing and adding stuff to our cars that make it stand out from the rest. We pretend to know more about the technical aspects of cars than the next guy. Carmania, that’s what it is.
Buying gifts for men that love their cars is the world’s easiest task. A girlfriend, wife or partner just has to wander into an auto accessory shop and pick something off the shelf. It doesn’t matter what it is. He will love it! The newer cars are not so easy on which to carry out repairs, what with computerised engine management systems, but for older cars, we have manuals and places to buy spares and auto shows.
There are also many apps available for the car owner with ios developer easily finding stuff that is helpful to drivers. It’s a fact that some geek from ios developer developerstars.com more than likely owns a car, so imagining how to develop an appropriate application to be useful will be pretty easy for him. A couple of the more interesting apps that you can download right now are ‘RepairPal’ and ‘Weekend Mechanic 3D’. They are all aimed at helping you do some basic vehicle maintenance. Mind you, the 3D app mentioned really is amazing in the way it takes you through a real life demo of exactly what to do when you are mucking about with the internal workings of your engine.
How hard would it be to get it straight from the source, actually think of something and have them work through your idea to create an app that is not only helpful but can make you a serious amount of money? These companies are right into sorting out a good idea, getting your input then creating the app to be used on the app market. If what you have is a good idea, it will soon go viral and everybody will be talking about it. Average apps have an average life span.
The RepairPal app is a stroke of genius because it does so many different things for you. The award-winning RepairPal app tells you the right price to pay for your repair, finds you a great mechanic in the area, tracks all your repairs, and gives you one-touch access to roadside assistance. How did somebody think of that? If you think about an RAC membership and all that it provides, then insert all that into an app, you have RepairPal. There are apps that will tell you all the same stuff that your car can tell you but it looks a lot cooler on your phone.
Originally posted 2016-03-09 13:16:54.