Great-looking apps for Android and iOS.
We build beautiful apps that do cool stuff…
We created the Career MOT for Pitman Training to help them promote their services in a nationwide marketing campaign.
The app is available for web, iOS and Android devices and uses HTML5/CSS3 plus native web wrappers and additional functionality for the mobile apps (e.g. AirPrint facility for iOS devices). We also provided web hosting for the project and a secure backend solution based on PHP/MySQL.
Career MOT received significant national press coverage, including an article in the Daily Mirror and a review from Guardian columnist Tim Dowling.
n0tice for Guardian Media Group
We built the Android app for The Guardian’s community journalism platform n0tice.com.
n0tice for Android on Google Play
“We were really impressed by Tyrell Mobile’s tech chops and ingenuity”
Matt McAlister, Head of Digital Strategy, Guardian Media Group
eTicketing for Metro Newspaper
We created a custom event ticketing app for a Metro Newspaper party held at Ministry of Sound, which used ‘smart’ wristbands provided to all attendees with Nexus 7 Android tablets used by staff to register arrivals and manage the guestlist. It reads guest information by swiping the wristband (using NFC technology) and then sending the information gathered to a backend database. No more arguments on the door or debates over +1s!
MPS Advice for Medical Protection Society
MPS Advice is a medico-legal advice app for doctors and other health professionals, built for the Medical Protection Society, the world’s leading medical defence organisation. It’s a simple but effective app with a clean user interface which provides access to factsheets, news and case reports from MPS archives, either online or offline (so it can be used in hospitals etc. where there is limited or no mobile data connection available).
We own and manage SecretLeeds.com, a discussion forum exploring buildings, architecture, industrial heritage, and other aspects of local history and culture in Leeds. Tyrell managing partner Duncan Scobie set up the site in 2007 whilst working for Leeds City Council and later saved the site from closure at the end of 2011. It was taken over by Tyrell Mobile and currently attracts around 25,000 visitors a month and has been archived for posterity by the British Library.