The SpicyNodes chefs are hard at work creating the next generation of interactive data experiences using SpicyNodes on the iPad. SpicyNodes excels for browsing big, related data. Imagine what it could do for your rich content about related ideas, people, apps, music, arts, sciences, business concepts, and so on.
You can get a taste for the power of SpicyNodes from our proof-of-concept app, WikiNodes, which displays related Wikipedia articles using nodes. This app was featured by Apple in the App Store for "Reference" in Summer 2013.
We have more cool applications in the cooker, and we would love to make your information come to life in a rich, SpicyNodes app. Get in touch with us if you want more of a taste.
First launched in 2005, SpicyNodes was a novel way to entice visitors to explore and savor information on web sites. With broad use, from large corporations to student homework, SpicyNodes was a way to create and share radial trees on the web. Many of these web-based nodes are still on the Internet, and will continue to operate.