Category Archive: app-development-2

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Daljit has 16 years of IT industry experience in web products and Mobility. Over these years, he has worked for various clients across the Globe like GE (General Electric), EDS (Electronic Data Systems US), HP (Hewlett- Packard) . He is passionate about the new technology and worked on cutting-edge technologies like NoSQL, Internet of Things & Big Data. With the evolution of a digital world, smartphones have become an indispensable part of our lives and the various apps that control these smartphones are increasing at a much faster pace. Among the various smartphones, Android smartphones are the most used smartphones in the world. This is because they come with outstanding features that not only brought a revolution in people’s perception of a mobile handset but in the entire IT

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Artyom Dogtiev

In app-development-2

September 26, 2016

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What’s the first thing you do when you get up in the morning? You check your mobile phone. Right? This is what we all do. It’s that WhatsApp message. Or that email. Or that Facebook update you are expecting to see on your mobile screen. From dawn to dusk and dusk till dawn, most of our time is spent on our smartphones. Be it office work or anything personal, all our activities rely on a single device, even more than our desktops and laptops. Mobile apps engagement The best thing about today’s mobile device is an App. From hiring a taxi to ordering a meal and getting our houses cleaned, life has become easier than ever before. A decade before, it was a luxury but

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Artyom Dogtiev

In app-development-2

September 14, 2016

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If you already have an online business presence, you must read these five definite reasons of why moving ahead with mobile app development is a must. Most small and medium enterprises are comprehending the exigency of mobile apps in the business. But consumers today demand and expect an Amazon-like shopping experience from every online business. According to Manta’s Small Wellness Index 2015, small business owners (SBOs) can’t live without their smartphones. Nearly half accessed mobile apps for their business twice or thrice a day. eMarketer also found that almost 80% of SBOs use their mobile phones while at work in front of their office desktops. “We are living in an era when everything we need is just a tap away,” says Manish Jain, Director and

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Thomas Kriebernegg can look back on over 10 years of experience in Online Marketing and 4 years of experience in App Marketing. End of 2015 he teamed up with Christian Janesch and founded his second company appers gmbh. They are developing an app marketing software solution called App Radar. Making any kind of app marketing mistakes may cost a mobile app developer a failure of her or his app business. ASO (App Store Optimization) marketing mistakes are among the most crucial ones. In this article we want to walk you through the list of top 10 so you can avoid them and market your app more efficiently. Underestimating the power of ASO Many app developers and marketers still underestimate the power of App Store Optimization (ASO). According to

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Amazon is holding another of its app developer summits in London during October, and has opened up a registration page for those interested in attending; but you’ll want to be quick as the free event will only have limited space. Due to take place on October 4, it’s designed for developers who work in the Amazon ecosystem, from publishing apps in the Appstore to working with Amazon’s various connected devices. Amazon also says it will bring the Amazon Echo along for testing, a product unavailable in the UK. Amazon will hold a London developer summit in October There are sessions in the morning and afternoon, covering subjects including monetization through Amazon’s apps and services, development for the Amazon Fire TV, and on AWS Mobile Services.

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Automated in-app marketing platform Insert, which makes engaging with app users more convenient and intuitive with its unique-on-the-market toolkit, has raised $10m in its Series A funding round. Battery Ventures led the round, several of Insert’s seed funding partners also participated, and it has also been announced Itzik Parnafes — Battery Venture’s general partner — will join the company’s board of directors. Insert has raised $10m in latest investment round Shahar Kaminitz, Insert’s CEO and founder, said: “Mobile marketers struggle with the rigidity of apps and what can be described as ‘creative lag’ — the time it takes to get any new or modified feature into the end-users’ devices. Insert’s platform empowers marketers by providing them the ability to quickly add and test various engagement

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Today, a smartphone is the primary device for millennials. True that! Businesses have started realizing the power of mobile commerce. Mobile is the source of largest, global audience, and more importantly – an active audience that can help small, medium and big businesses generate maximum revenue. There has been a radical shift from desktop/laptop to mobile phone because – its anytime, anywhere. People find it overly convenient to explore, search, compare and buy from the comfort of their chair. This brings an intense competition among retailers struggling to become a favorite of users. But still, we find that web conversion rates are higher than mobile. Why? Are small screens not that effective to display products? Then why businesses are incorporating mobile payments like Apple Pay,

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Mobile app publisher Holaverse will start to integrate Anagog’s Mobility Status SDK into its range of apps, where it’ll benefit from using machine learning to better understand app usage, and to provide greater contextual awareness. Holaverse’s Omni Swipe app will integrate Anagog’s technology Anagog’s SDK keeps track of where a user is located, for example the home or the office, or if they’re out and about, how they’re moving around. Holaverse will first use the SDK in its Omni Swipe productivity app. where often used tools. contacts, and apps are kept in a single location. Yaron Aizenbud, Anagog’s COO, said: “We are excited to have Holaverse on board as they are an important partner that can really leverage our SDK and bring better service and

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Yael Tolub is the VP of Marketing at Clicktale, leading the company’s worldwide marketing initiatives and driving awareness and adoption at global fortune 500 companies. Yael has a global perspective of marketing, having lived and worked on three different continents (and counting!). Prior to Clicktale, Yael held product and strategy roles in various companies, including MediaMind (today called Sizmek). Yael holds a LLB from Hebrew University, and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management. In app development, Product Managers likely have the Mission: Impossible theme song playing in their heads as they get to work in the morning. The challenges they face on a daily basis make Ethan Hunt’s escapades seem like a walk in the park (or in front of a green screen).

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Mining company BHP Billiton has announced the opening of a $5m app development hub in Shanghai, China. The studio will employ 50 people, and is designed to create apps to help streamline the mining business, ranging from communication to productivity suites. BHP Billiton opens an app development hub in Shanghai. Nickel West mine in Australia pictured below Diane Jurgens, BHP Billiton’s CTO, said: “The team working in Shanghai will develop a range of mobile applications that could include the capability for operators to re-plan crew work in the field, check equipment maintenance requirements and location, immediately report potential safety problems or even check where and when people are travelling.” Shanghai was chosen due to its, “Vibrant tech culture, and recognition as a global centre for

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