News and Articles About Mobile Apps
If customers are finding what they need in your store just to buy it online, it's time to update your retail strategy.
This year's winners range from an experimental literary puzzle game all the way to editing software that lets you create living photographs.
There is a lottery ticket allure to creating the next Snapchat but business has a growing need for work-a-day apps that boost efficiency.
Do your research, get your submissions in order, and prepare to do your best.
Apps help this CEO track appointments, send flowers to his wife and stop losing his phone.
The work doesn't stop after you put your product on the market. Treating your app like a hobby will doom it to failure.
Apple has officially addressed 'virtual currency' in its App Store guidelines, but it's still too early to cry victory for Bitcoin.
Employers seeking a competitive edge should optimize their careers pages and application processes for tablets and smartphones.
With press coverage, social media outreach and blog content, you should attract new users to your product.
Marketers wishing to profit from the gigantic new customer base of the developing world need to understand how these consumers use smartphones and apps.
If your app is to be successful, you need a dedicated group of users to help you improve it.
It's not just about the look and feel, but how your potential users interact with the program.
Allen Klevens, CEO of Tooshlights, shares the mobile tools that help him run his restroom lighting business.
Streamline your mobile marketing strategy with these easy-to-use tools.
Getting press for your app can give it a huge boost in downloads, but there's a fine balance between persistence and annoying.
Withings has created a series of health-care devices designed to integrate seamlessly with your smartphone.
If you're seeking a partner to build your product, treat them and hold them accountable like a partner.
Mixpanel studied 400,000 users of apps, comparing the engagement of those prompted by advertisements with that of people who selected applications on their own. The results may surprise you.
This accountant shares how he uses technology to run his unique digital firm.
The CEO says being late to mobile was one of Yahoo's biggest mistakes, but says the company is making up for lost time.
Looking to take on sites like Yelp and Facebook, the location-based social networking service is revamping its old app and adding a new app called Swarm.
In today's crowded app store, youll need more positive reviews than you have friends and family to provide them, in order to give your app the ranking boost it needs.
There are millions of apps available. This trio broke out of the fray and earned loyal followings.
Instead of turning a blind eye to the growing backlash against identity-based social media, Facebook wants in.
The nosy iPhone app that snoops your Twitter and Facebook circles for local illness reports is nothing to sneeze at.