News and Articles About TrepLabs
From Evernote to Instagram to Snapchat, here's a look at how these apps found their early success.
This entrepreneur is rethinking social and gameplay in its Blackjack app to increase use and revenue.
This update should increase the number of apps that turn up in a user's search, in turn increasing app developers' visibility.
With new apps launching every day, an entrepreneur needs to worry more about just downloads to be successful.
You came up with a great idea and created a killer app. Now, here's how you can make market it so it gets seen and downloaded by more people.
Video-game veteran seeks to catch an audience for his trapeze-themed app game.
These factors are important to consider and forecast before you launch your business.
Finding someone who understands your vision and knows how to execute it is not easy. Here are seven ways to be sure you're choosing the right person.
With social media and keen special effects, new app Camerarrific aims for dominance.
To this day, women are far outnumbered by men in the tech world. Here are nine women helping to prove tech development isn't a man's world.
From sites that allow you to negotiate directly with lease owners, to apps that offer real-time reports on traffic, these tools take some of the stress out of driving.
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.
Big Shot Bike company allows customers to design their dream ride on an iPad-friendly interface.
As mobile traffic continues to grow, the social network for professionals has launched an app that integrates with iPhone Mail.
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.
You don't need to spend advertising dollars to earn customers. Here are 25 ways to do it for free.
Wickr gives users the ability to send self-destructing files securely and anonymously.
Considering launching an app? Consider the negatives, and ask yourself these three key questions first.
A look at tools that take a creative approach to planning a small project.
These tools can clean up email spam, store and organize documents, and more.
If your company just has a website, you could be missing out. Michael Schneider of Mobile Roadie offers quick tips for reaching customers on smartphones and tablets.
Student entrepreneur Will Caldwell on the importance of perseverance when entering into the world of app making.