Now located at COHORT
App Factory is the direct link to cutting-edge research at Griffith University and we’re now closer to industry than ever.
We provide software digital services that are fully-flexible and powerful. Order dedicated software for mobile and web applications, general IT, big data, machine learning and more.
App Factory started by developing mobile apps in 2013. Nowadays, we’re developing general software applications and enterprise solutions for local government, public health, academia, and the private sector.
We develop and deliver cost-effective applications and operational software for businesses and research projects
Get the most out of your data by accessing cutting-edge research expertise from Griffith University
We can help you use machine learning to empower your business
We help startups and ventures with the most challenging tech aspects of starting a project
We can help you build white-label software solutions that you can license to your own clients
Our software consultants help you overcome technology barriers to reach your business goals
Frequently Asked Questions
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August 3, 2014
CliniHelp is a comprehensive record-keeping tool specifically designed for patients suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).Read more
GC Dog Parks
October 9, 2014
GC Dog Parks provides information about dog parks on the Gold Coast. It currently displays on-leash, off-leash, and dog prohibited areas. Use the near me feature to find dog parks near you. Dog parks can be further filtered by poo bags and dog agility areas.Read more
March 22, 2018
Access GC provides information about disability services on the Gold Coast. It currently displays disability carparks, toilets, and access ramps. Colour-coded clusters indicate the types of services within a cluster.Read more
November 16, 2018
The Spinal Injury Project Rehabilitation (SIPR) app was made in conjunction with the neurorehabilitation specialists Making Strides (Burleigh, Australia) and Griffith University (Spinal Injury Project). The app contains a catalogue of activity-based exercises produced by neurorehabilitation specialists for clients to access and perform. Sets, repetitions, time and/or weights and emotional status can be recorded and the client’s progress displayed for each exercise.Read more