Smart phones have opened up a whole world of possibilities. Long gone are the days when mobiles were simply used to make calls and send a few texts, these days you can do practically everything on your trusty mobile; from playing games to online shopping, whatever you need there’s likely an app that can help
The newer the OS version, the more stable, but Google’s Android seems to have a major edge in stability over its Apple-created competitor iOS.
Do you need an app for your website, or are you better off with a mobile website or a responsive website design?
O2 releases the Tu Go app for iOS, Android, and Windows (desktop) to free users from a single device and bring your phone number to multiple screens
In only a few years more and more people are turning to their smartphone when looking for answers, shopping, informations about local services, listening/watching entertainment and more. These apps (mostly for iOS and Android) have built an entire digital economy within the palm of our hands. Source: frugaldad.com
Windows Phone 7 may have just reached the 70,000 app milestone, but with big name developers like Rovio (of Angry Birds fame) not treating the platform as a priority due to its small userbase, Microsoft and Nokia are launching the AppCampus mobile app development programme. It will be launched in May and managed by Aalto […]
A new study conducted by IDC and mobile-developer platform and services company Appcelerator is claiming that developer interest in Google’s Android operating system is falling as they fail to deal with the problem of fragmentation. The study is showing that developers are now less likely to have Android smartphones on their “must develop” lists – […]
Microsoft‘s Windows Phone 7 has still yet to make much of a dent into the mobile OS space, but all signals are for that to change with the release of Nokia’s new Lumia smartphones – and user’s now have upwards of 40,000 apps to get on with. Apps seem to be being added to the […]
Apps have brought a world of variation and tools into our collective pockets – but each platform has its own ecosystem, meaning Android, iOS, Windows Phone 7, and BlackBerry apps are al stuck to just devices running their OS. There are times when a new app gets released on Android that iPhone users might love, […]