Apps

Latest Mobile App Trends in 2016

When it comes to mobile industry, developers cannot possibly rely on older technologies and development tools. And the same goes for older app development strategies and plans. The role of innovation and the adoption of latest trends is quite an important part of corporate culture and enterprises cannot afford falling …

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Factors To Consider When Entering The World’s Largest Mobile Market

How the western Android market you know is vastly different from the one in China. Several major factors impact this market’s complexity and I’ll outline them here at the macro level. 1. Regulations Regulations are almost synonymous with “China”, and whenever somebody talks about doing business in China they talk about what kind of …

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Mobile order-ahead apps are finding success in the US

Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) apps, such as Starbucks and Chick-fil-A, dominated the food service app category for downloads in the US during the first half of 2016. On average, app downloads in this category grew at an average annualized rate of 35% between the first half of 2014 and the …

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How to turn your Smartphone into a Learning Tool?

The smartphone in your pocket is a million times cheaper, a thousand times more powerful and a hundred thousand times smaller than the typical computer 40 years ago.   At your fingertips on your Android device, you can browse nearly all the information compiled since the dawn of civilization with …

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5 Best Travel Apps

1. Concur Concur is, legitimately, the one travel/expense manager that could rule them all. Yes, you probably already use it, or have been dazzled by the possibilities of its up-and-coming competitors, but, from Concur’s expense management tools, to its ability to sync with your office for necessary approvals, to the …

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How to Launch Your App in an International Market

Many developers create smart, innovative mobile apps that have near-universal appeal, but how broad is too broad? For instance, developing apps only in English prevents your star power from reaching a global stage. It’s totally fine to start building your mobile app in one language, but if you want to …

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