Our exclusive Q&A with Julia Cordray, the brassy CEO behind the Internet's most hated app.
Companies that don't have an app must not let another year go by.
The app, called Indoor Survey, uses radio frequency measurements to let the user find their position in a building.
A new app let's you rate what you love to drink, then helps you find more of what your palate enjoys.
Each and every business needs to be mobile ready, especially small businesses as they stay relevant in 'iWorld.'
Focus on app distribution, bundling and user retention to climb that elusive top 25 list.
The smartphone-centric status quo isn't such a bad thing for retailers.
The Holy Grail of iOS app development is getting featured on Apple's App Store. The problem is, nobody in Cupertino will tell you what the magic formula is to make that happen.
Make More Happen
A solid mobile strategy could turn this holiday season to a sales launchpad for your brand and is the single most important thing your marketing team should be doing right now.
Many entrepreneurs find creating an amazing app is less challenging than making money from it.
A Hollywood production company saves money -- and client relationships -- with an inventory-tracking app.
RadPad garnered 10,000 downloads in its first month.
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.