New free app allows real-time online voting at pipe band contests

Published: July 31, 2012
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A new mobile application that lets pipe band enthusiasts to rate and vote on their favourite performances as they occur has been launched Social Pariah Solutions, a company founded by Grade 1 Toronto Police Pipe Band Leading-Drummer Ken Constable.

MyVote” is a free web-based application that enables competitors and spectators “to get involved in representing an alternative view of competition outcomes – all in the name of fun.” MyVote aggregates real-time data and enables sharing of user opinion via Twitter. Users don’t need to register and can vote anonymously.

According to Constable

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Rating: 5.0/5
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Rating: +3

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