Help us fund our mobile app development with Kickstarter!

Auctacity is enjoyed by thousands of users in the Winchester/Frederick County area, but it might surprise you that we’re not yet a self-sustaining company. Fortunately, it takes very little of my time to keep the site running and network with buyers and sellers to provide a quality bidding experience. As such, I work a full-time job elsewhere to pay the bills.

However, more and more users are accessing the site via a mobile device, and, while that works for most people, we really could use a full-fledged app for both Android and iOS.

A fortunate opening has happened in my current job that basically gives me a short window (about 2 months) to pursue some other ventures. Normally, I would just take on some contract work, but it would be better for Auctacity if I could use the time to build the app.

I’ve launched A Kickstarter Project to try and raise funds to make this possible. Your contribution would effectively help hire me as a contract developer in the short term so that I can build the mobile app.

If you love Auctacity, and would love even more to have a mobile-optimized experience, please consider making a donation to help reach the $7500 goal by July 21st. As a thank you, even with just a $1 contribution, if we reach our goal, you’ll get access to up-to-the-minute beta releases of the Android version of the app while it is in development.

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Thank you so much for helping make Auctacity the great online auction experience it is and for helping us grow into the mobile universe!

Jeremy Tharp

I built Auctacity (with my bare hands). I make the executive decisions. I produce new code. I also talk about it from time to time, and try to share with the world how awesome it is as a choice of online auction platforms.

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