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Senior iOS Developer
Learn • Practice • Play
3 easy steps to follow, that not only apply to our +150.000 users but also to our crew and their professional skills. With our AI-based guitar learning app Fretello, we empower people to express themselves through music. This experience can look different for every user as our learning content is customizable and adapted to the experience level. Our app not only allows our users to learn, practice, and play the guitar, Fretello provides real-time feedback and enables our users to follow a learn path, choose customizabl...
Senior Mobile Engineer IOS (Remote, OR)
TapResearch is hiring a Remote Senior Mobile Engineer iOS Who We Are
At TapResearch, we believe that every business deserves access to critical market data about their products and services. We are on a mission to empower any company to access critical market insights to make better, data-driven decisions in real-time. Each day, our platform facilitates more than 10 million answers from people in 25 countries.
Hundreds of companies, like Qualtrics, Zynga and comScore, rely on our technology to collect consumer opinions from millions of people...
Carb Manager is the #1 health and fitness app for people on low-carb, Keto, and other macros-focused diets, available on iOS, Android, and the web. Altogether, we've helped over 8 million people lose weight and achieve their health goals. Carb Manager is a top health and fitness app in the iOS App Store, with a 4.8/5 rating with over 400,000 five-star reviews. (We even have our own cookbook, available in paperback and Kindle!)
This is an amazing company to work for. We offer:
* The convenience of a work-from-home lifestyle
* The reach and...
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