News and Articles About Mobile Apps
Unless you build something, you're all talk. Investors want a product, not an idea.
These emerging options can help users make meaningful connections offline, express themselves through visual media or simply host real-time chats with groups of friends when you can't get together in person.
To stay competitive in an increasingly apps-saturated world, companies must be ruthless about eliminating unpopular features and responding to user needs.
Push notifications are influential drivers to maximizing mobile presence.
Renters and buyers today demand on-the-go tools, even when it comes to selecting where they'll put down roots.
Coding takes time to master, so you may be better off to hire a freelancer to handle the heavy lifting.
What is the true cost of creating an app for your small business? A lot more than you think.
Location-based features in mobile apps are increasingly appealing to young consumers. Just look at Pokémon GO.
These apps do magic with numbers and as a result are unique and successful.
Investing time, energy and money in these common 'truths' could lead to failure long before customers decide your fate in the app store.
If your app doesn't follow Apple's current guidelines, crashes when it loads or has a stupid-long name, expect to receive a notification from Apple soon.
Search no further, we have compiled the good, the bad and the ugly of the mobile sensation.
The charm of Pokemon Go is that you wander searching in the real world, except hackers have already figured out how to search without leaving home. Is that cheating?
Without a monetization strategy and business model, building an app is just a waste of your time and money.
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