Who we work with

SixPorts work with companies across many sectors to help solve internal challenges or improve external communication. We have the expertise to deliver mobile solutions across the following sectors.

Food and Drink



Financial Services


Life, Sciences & Health




Our Work

From bespoke mobile app builds to custom integrations or AR solutions, we’ve worked on some pretty exciting concepts. Our development team have been a part of some huge projects on behalf of our parent company, PageSuite. Take a closer look at some of these projects below:

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Preview of the Gulf News app

Gulf News

Gulf News, owned by Al Nisr Publishing in Dubai, is the leading English-language newspaper in the region. Our sister company, PageSuite, worked with them to develop a custom mobile app that met their specific brief. The design and development teams worked closely with Gulf News to create an intuitive mobile app that delivered the latest news to their readers throughout the day. It features custom integrations, live content and more…

Gulf News Download Gulf News From App Store Download Gulf News From Google Play

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Preview of the Newsday Sports app

Newsday Sports

The PageSuite team were briefed to develop a specialist mobile app that enabled sports fans to keep up with the latest sports results across the region. It had to show the latest news as it happened, deliver sports alerts via push notifications and include a copy of the sports paper. In addition the client wanted to allow its users to customise the content that appeared within the app by enabling them to select which team’s results were displayed.

Newsday Sports Download Newsday Sports From App Store Download Newsday Sports From Google Play

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Preview of the Scoop app


We developed a concept that would enable people to ‘snap and send’ newsworthy content to publishers on-the-fly. Scoop was designed to enable members of the public to become ‘journalists’ in an instant, reporting on local news events or sports matches around the clock. User generated content (UGC) is being used more and more by publishers now as businesses strive to ‘be the first’ to produce breaking stories or unique content.