News and Articles About Mobile Apps
Mobile gives brands the opportunity to emotionally connect with consumers, and yet so many continue to squander the opportunity.
With more seniors owning mobile devices and using social media, brands need to step up their mobile-marketing game.
Nearly 900,000 users' data was exposed.
Mobile can do far more than just bring your brand's image to new audiences -- it can help build it and even save it from the occasional PR crisis.
Arro is a new smartphone app that lets users hail and pay for cab rides in the Big Apple, one of the most hotly contested markets for ride hailing.
The Knock Knock app, out today, allows users to instantly connect with each other in an augmented reality social network.
This is Lightricks first-ever outside investment. The startup will double headcount and work on new photo-editing products.
GigTown orchestrates connections between bands and their audiences.
Don't give up, even when you feel as though you're scaling Mount Everest.
The home services market is enormous, yet there is not a lot of room for middle men.
It's a jungle out there, given the store's 1.5 million competing products. What are you doing to make yours stand out?
Younger people use smartphones a lot and engagement with mobile apps is soaring.
The ride-hailing transportation giant has updated its app with a special message for residents of the Big Apple.
Use your app to represent your values, offer information and create an emotional connection.