Rolls out mobile app
LAHORE: Adding to its recent string of successful initiatives, Pakistan's leading real estate portal Zameen.com has launched its mobile app for iPhoneusers to explore its extensive property database on the go.
"Zameen.com is proud to present the Zameen App, which is available for download from the App Store. We are always looking for new and innovative ways to add value to our users' experience, and this app is a great new avenue for us to do that," said Imran Ali Khan, CoFounder of Zameen.com.
The app allows users to interact with the Zameen.com database, save their searches, receive push notifications, and explore other key features. Zameen.com will continue to add more services to the app with newer versions.
"We're looking to the future with the release of this app, which has come out at the same time as mobile network operators around the country have launched their 3G and 4G services. This increased visibility creates another unique branding platform for the stakeholders to make a name for themselves in the booming real estate sector of Pakistan," said Imran Ali Khan.
The launch of the app, along with Zameen.com's already popular, intuitive and easy-to-use mobile website, are part of a mobile-focused approach that aims to bring the best of the Pakistani real estate sector to millions of mobile internet users in the country. -PR Staff Reporter KARACHI: After announcing the upcoming release of Pakistan's first HD Urdu language animated feature film titled '3 Bahadur', Karachi based production house SOC Films is set to launch a series of short documentaries titled 'I Heart Karachi', which chronicles the individuals who put their lives at risk in the line of duty for others. The documentaries will be exhibited by SOC Films through private screenings which will be held towards the end of August 2014. The series is being screened in select government and private schools and colleges after which it will be aired through major broadcast channels nationwide.
The 'I Heart Karachi' documentary series consists of 5 short films highlighting the struggles of Karachiites who risk their lives every day to make the city a better place to live. The unique series celebrates the efforts of these individuals who work in some of the most violence-prone areas of Karachi yet actively respond to violent extremism through positive action. These individuals include Dr. Seemin Jamali, head of emergency at JPMC; Zafar Ahmed, firefighter; Shahid Anjum, crime reporter for Abb Takk News; Naseem Muneer (late), polio worker; and Abid Farooq, bomb disposal squad in-charge of the West zone.
Speaking about the new series, Film and TV Director Sharmeen ObaidChinoy said, "'I Heart Karachi' has been a very special project for me.
KARACHI: 'I Heart Karachi' team with film and TV director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy. -Staff Photo