Ottawa (September 15, 2011) – FaveQuest Corporation is proud to announce the release of the world's first mobile apps with content in Inuktitut (as well as English and French). These apps were built to help the Canada Council for the Arts communicate their Grants for the Arts programs. The apps run on iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Android platforms, and are available from the Apple iTunes app store and the Android Market.
FaveQuest Corporation is pleased to have been able to do this work for the Canada Council for the Arts, and to work with local graphic design firm Red Wagon Studio. The app “How to apply for a Grant” guides an artist through the process of applying for a Canada Council’s grant, while the "Grant Deadlines" app presents artists with a calendar listing of grant deadlines organized by art discipline.
“We've built many mobile apps, but never before have we had the opportunity to design and build something with content in Inuktitut. It's a beautiful looking language, and it was a thrill to bring the first-ever mobile app containing Inuktitut to the Apple iTunes store and the Android Market.” said Bill Love, Co-founder of FaveQuest Corporation. “FaveQuest is proud that we are part of this “first-ever” and we hope these apps will help the Canada Council for the Arts communicate with the Canadian artistic community.”
FaveQuest Corporation is based in Ottawa. We build websites and mobile apps for festivals, conventions, and other events. To learn more visit us at www.FaveQuest.com.