News and Articles About App Developers
Calm.com provides online zen for the stressed.
Getting an app off the ground isn't easy. Here are five steps to help make your first hundred days more manageable.
Pure Signal's Slide Contacts app finds a niche with productivity junkies.
Entrepreneur and Adaptive Media are teaming up to launch TrepLabs, a platform to help little-known app makers gain exposure and customized business advice.
In this inaugural TrepLabs column, we sit down with Slovenian entrepreneur Aljosa Pavsic, who is pioneering hands-free gaming with Eye Jumper.
Former NFL assistant coach Charles Coiner launched FirstDown PlayBook DropBack for middle-school, high-school and college teams. The app has a database of more than 5,000 plays--many used in real-game situations.
Allowing corporate employees to experiment with entrepreneurship promotes innovation and keeps employees satiated, though a few of the most ambitious may jump ship and start their own ventures.
First-timers in app development ask the same questions over and over. Here are the answers.
Choosing the right pricing strategy will help you maximize your profits. Here are four options and why each one might be right for you.
A look at why you shouldn't build an app on gut instinct alone, why you should release product features one at a time and more advice for business owners.
Make these six mistakes when developing and marketing your app and you'll be hard-pressed to see success.
More consumers are using their smartphones or tablets for online banking, which could raise security risks.
Max Levchin's new fertility app Glow includes a community-funded pool of money to distribute to women who are unsuccessful in conceiving in the first 10 months.
After one popular app's privacy snafu, here's a look at what you should consider when developing your own mobile apps.
Choosing the right platform for your mobile app isn't always an easy decision. Here are three factors to help you develop a strategy moving forward.
PIxeled app lets users send images and animation to framed displays on their walls.
One of the world's richest men is investing in the startup best known for helping music fans identify catchy songs.
SociaLink is an app that uses Bluetooth for instant, in-person connections on multiple social networks simultaneously.
Highland Capital Partners plans to finance and mentor developers creating apps for the cutting edge technology.
Until now, the the Food & Drug Administration has taken a largely hands-off approach to medical apps. For those entrepreneurs who are subject to FDA scrutiny, however, the process can be daunting.
The mobile app market is growing by the minute. But with more than a million apps available to consumers, how can you ensure your idea is successful? Here are four key factors to keep in mind.
What you need to know when searching for the right person to design your company's first mobile app.
Here's how two young treps found their co-founder on the street, and went on to launch a successful venture-backed startup.
Want your app to get noticed in a crowded marketplace? Start by addressing these essentials.
An app that eases the packing-up process gets some help from the New York City incubator of startup accelerator TechStars.