Cavylabs, alongside with Basquete Cearense’s player Felipe Ribeiro, recently released Basketfy, an application that makes playing basketball a more social experience.
The team has been working for about a year, mapping courts all over Brazil. Two weeks ago, the application has been released for the Android platform. It also will be released for the iOS platform soon.
Besides adding, finding and rating courts, users can also post comments and activities, interacting between them. Moreover, the app also has an exclusive news feed, and it is linked to the main Brazilian basketball leagues, both amateur and professional.
New functionalities will be added in the near future. Stay tuned!
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