SMBapps are designed to create an efficient, reliable communication channel between Town and County administrators and citizens.
Communities currently use SMBapps to share events, send push notifications to residents, receive burn or development permit applications via digital forms and more.
Loaded with rich features such as Social Media Connect, Form Submissions, Audio Integration for Council Meetings and more, SMBapps provide an easy-to-use channel between citizens and administrators.
There is no cost to citizens to download and use the app - they simply receive the added benefit of staying in touch and being informed.
While the features for our apps are extensive in variety, some of our most popular mobile apps include:
Remind residents of garbage day schedule changes over the holidays, road construction, cancelled events or water treatment alerts.
Users can easily access a local business directory complete with contact information and Google Maps integration.
Burn Permits, Development Permits and more can be submitted directly from the phone.
Publish community newsletters or bulletins to be read by residents right from the app. Good for both the environment and readership.
As of 2016, over 80% of Canadian citizens own a Smartphone with nearly all of those using it multiple times per day.
A staggering 80% of internet users have a smartphone - and considering nearly every household or workplace has internet, that's a lot of community members.
SMBapps powerful mobile apps do not require a wifi signal or connection to function, but can use your cellular data provider network.
In fact, 94% of smartphone users look for local information on their phone rather than the phone book or desktop computer.
SMBapps is dedicated to increasing communication within communities - especially rural communities who often face challenges unlike their densely urban counterparts. A Mobile App is an ideal way to send Emergency Information to a specific user base over a widespread area.