BeReal takes a new approach to social media experience and provides unique functions for its users. BeReal is one of the most popular apps of 2022 and Pepperdine students give their take on why they love the app.
Pepperdine alum Steven Cravotta (’20) created the app, “Wordle!” in high school to practice coding. Over winter break 2021, Cravotta noticed downloads spiked with the launch of the browser-only “Wordle,” and he wanted to do good with the money he was making from in-app purchases.
Pepperdine alum Olivia Robinson launched BlackDollar, an app that connects people with local Black-owned businesses last November. BlackDollar aims to help the movement toward Black economic empowerment and will soon offer financial education materials to buy.
The impact of COVID-19 on the music industry pushed many to think of creative ways to share music without the in-person experience of concerts, tours and festivals. In response, sophomore Sam Nicholson created Paddle, an app that combines music streaming and social media to allow users to share musical suggestions with friends.
Pepperdine launches into the new app Navigate to help guide students.
BookWave will make it easier and cheaper for students to buy textbooks
Pepperdine Alumni make it easy to donate to charity with just the click of a button.
Photo by Cassandra Stephenson “Rho,” a student-made shuttle-tracking app that appeared on the Apple App Store in September, has been removed from the app store. The app’s creator, Micah Benn, said he was asked to remove his app from the store by DoubleMap, a transit tracking vendor, in partnership with Pepperdine in a recent email. […]
He caught them all.
A new and improved shuttle tracking app hits the App Store for IOS users.