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Changing the World, One App at a Time: DoGood

June 10, 2009

The Mobile (or cellular phone for my American Readers) is becoming, undoubtedly, one of the most powerful devices known to man. Its ability to connect people from all over the world is enabling application developers to create exciting and innovative ways to start changing the way we live, work, rest and play.

I am going to start looking into the world of mobile applications and explore those that facilitate this change. I am looking for apps that are useful, and can genuinely looking to improve the lives of others. This is after all, the methodology and belief behind the Every Single One of Us Movement

The first of the series is DoGood. DoGood is an app that encourages people to do one act of kindness a day for a year. As simple as that. With every single user of the application encouraged to participate, it is hoped that small scale effort from individuals will catalyse and encourage change on a broader and larger scale. These guys aren’t selling out to a brand, they are just looking to help make a difference. 

Why not download the app for yourself and get involved. It’s a brilliant idea from the 3 lads at Mobil33t (pronounced Mobileet). Click the image below to visit the DoGood site which also has a link to download.

Go to DoGood

One Comment leave one →
  1. June 25, 2009 10:52 am

    Thanks for your kind words about DoGood. Hope you are enjoying the app and using it everyday! The movement means nothing without the support of individuals like you that enjoy the app and want to talk about. Yes, we wanted to make a difference and so we made this app. However, what the iPhone app store market really needs is a demonstration of how the world can be made a better place through technology and how it’s not merely a selfish entertainment device.

    Feel free to email us at if there are any improvements you’d like to see or suggestions you’d like to make.



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