The recently expanded gaming app offers old-school games like snake, or more modern selections like flapping games and Skedadle shoot, where users try to shoot as many dots on the screen as possible to advance to the next round. These games are designed to entertain working parents on their daily commute, providing an incentive for using public transport.
For more information, visit https://www.skedadle.com
The update of Skedadle’s mobile gaming app coincides with a Forbes Magazine article about tech companies becoming increasingly aware of their corporate social responsibility. According to the report, more companies are trying to create incentive programs encouraging their clients to engage in eco-friendly activities. For example, some gaming companies donate one tree for every in-app purchase a user makes.
In an effort to lower every individual’s carbon footprint, Skedadle is encouraging working parents to commute to their offices instead of taking a private vehicle. A big drawback of commuting is the boredom and anxiety that some people feel while sitting with strangers. The games on this app provide a distraction and relief from such anxiety, making the commute much more tolerable and even enjoyable.
Skedadle is an ethical and sustainable app that collaborates with brands sharing the same devotion to minimizing carbon emissions. Instead of investing in roadside ads, which is what brands usually do to attract the attention of commuters, they choose to promote their ads through the app. This creates zero waste, decreases pollution, and makes roads safer with drivers who are not distracted by large, bright billboards.
App users report a pleasant gaming experience because they are not bombarded by ads after every move they make while playing. The ads are shown on the sidelines or after a level has been cleared so they do not disrupt the game’s visuals.
About the Company
Skedadle is an app that strives to promote the use of viable advertising strategies by practicing ethical marketing that values customers’ trust and loyalty. The team is also passionate about protecting the environment and is constantly looking for ways to encourage individuals to do more to save the planet.
“We’re a bunch of disruptive innovators challenging the status quo. Skedadle is the only way to travel,” a company representative said.
More information is available at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clixtech.tripla
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