Apps are as effective as their reach: no matter the quality of your product, it's the delivery that makes it successful.
These three new disruptive apps just might be the new future for the business user.
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Take notes on Evernote. Grab a ride with Uber. Find the closest WiFi. Need something more? There's an app for that.
With the cost per install consistently growing each year, app publishers must get creative with their marketing efforts.
The influx of capital will be used, in part, to expand the company's mobile offerings.
Not everything -- including apps -- has to be all bells and whistles all the time.
With so many time-tracking apps out there, picking the right one for you shouldn't be hard.
Smartphone apps have become too important a marketing tool for small business owners to do without.
Get fit, get to know your wines and become an instant magician with these three apps.
Remember the most important principle of app design: "Keep it simple, stupid."
The move ends a feud between the dating site and a leading sexual health advocacy group.
UberEATS uses Uber drivers to deliver food, putting the company in competition with DoorDash and other meal delivery service.
Consider the following if you are thinking of taking your software-as-a-service business to the next level.
The journey of DealSure, a car-leasing app, shows it's better to build to enhance than to impress.