News and Articles About App Developers
An iPhone app for currency conversion got a ranking boost.
QuickPay drives the private parking lot into the 21st century.
Chartboost is helping developers drive adoption--and revenue--by harnessing the collective power of mobile gaming.
These tools can help you illustrate how you want your website or mobile app to function.
Tour Tracker app provides fan with real-time tracking of racers.
18-year-old Spencer Costanzo opts out of college to launch a thriving app development business.
PlaySay allows users to collaborate with native speakers to master a new language.
If you think the U.S. app craze has hit overload, you're not the only one. Giant tech companies are now doubling down on student-app developers in the Middle East and Africa.
San Francisco-based startup DoubleDutch created three apps that help keep everyone on the same page.
AdLeads lets companies launch geo-tagged campaigns that sidestep the cost-per-click model, in favor of sign-ups.
For non-technical entrepreneurs, bringing a developer on board is only half the battle. You also need to be able to communicate. Here’s how to get it right.
The 2012 Presidential election is the first one where people are tethered to their smartphones, and this fact hasn't gone unnoticed by scores of app makers.
Development firm inMarket shares the secrets to building a successful app.
With billions upon billions of apps coming of age today, would-be developers may be hard pressed to stand out. Here, we explore top strategies for one-upping the competition.
With components from Verious, developers are building better apps faster and for less.
The Federal Communications Commission is turning its attention to privacy issues surrounding the growing use by businesses of location-based services.
The tech giant opened its developer conference up to teens as young as 13 this year. But perhaps the company should be even more inclusive? We take a look at the even-younger app makers making waves today.
With Mobile App Analytics, users track performance statistics of the apps they've created, as well as their websites.
The Band of the Day daily music-discovery magazine app lets musicians be seen and heard.
While the app store may have hundreds of thousands of apps, the mobile app space is still ripe with opportunity for new ones.
Startup offers a turnkey platform to add new geolocation functionality to apps and mobile devices.
App auction services such as Apptopia can turn a few thousand dollars into a new mobile opportunity for aspiring tech entrepreneurs.
With DIY programs, small businesses can join the app revolution on the cheap.
If the future of business is mobile, where are mobile apps headed? We spoke with the entrepreneur behind the first self-service app creator on the road ahead.
Want to create your own app for business? These tools can help make app development easy.