Worldwide, 80 per cent of all the mobile devices are running on Android and more and more developers realize the potential of this operating system. The following apps have proven very useful for Android Mojo
Journalist and journalism trainer, based in Hamburg, Germany. I give workshops on Mobile Journalism, Digital Storytelling and Social Media. I used to work as a radio journalist for the BBC World Service, for Radio Bremen and NDR and wrote for German magazines and weeklies like Stern, Brigitte, Max and Die Zeit. Also, I spent some time subediting brigitte.de. It was then when I fell in love with the three big „S“s: smartphones, SEO and Social Media.
There is a form that suits every element of a story best – no matter if you are telling your story in print or online. The flowchart at MAZ, the Swiss School of Journalism, helps you to easily decide.
Head of Studies multimedia and online diploma training MAZ - The Swiss School of Journalism Freelance Journalist http://alexandrastark.ch/kontakt/welcome/
BBC journalists are a varied lot, based around the world doing a huge range of jobs. But certain apps consistently stand out as being useful – regardless of role. You can do lots using the stock iOS apps - but these will help you go further.
BBC Academy trainer. Mobile Journalism (MoJo), apps, social media
Your smartphone is a powerful content creation tool right out of the box. Even the headphones can have multiple uses like camera trigger, emergency microphone for interviews etc. But what are the apps and accessories that really allow you to up your game with #mojo?
Glen Mulcahy is Innovation Lead, Technology with RTÉ-Irelands National Public Service Broadcaster.
Two of the biggest problems facing anyone, but journalists in particular, is too little time and too much noise. Workloads and social streams are overflowing so we need to be able to speed up social discovery and distribution of content.
Sue Llewellyn is Social Media Consultant & Trainer and a former BBC reporter and producer with over 15 years experience as a journalist in the TV newsroom.