Code re-usability, rapid time-to-market for multiple platforms, native UI, API access, and performance. With so many benefits in line, cross platform app development is certainly a profitable solution for businesses.
Rigorous up-front design, thorough testing for usability, quality analysis on hundreds of devices, a full beta cycle, and then a final deployment to the app stores after months. How would it feel to have your app being dumped by users after download? Harrowing, isn’t?
Blockchain technology is making the headlines, almost everywhere. It is likely to have a mention about it, irrespective of the industry. However, setting aside the massive scope of opportunities that Blockchain brings in, its prominent use cases are still concealed under Bitcoin.
Just pose a question about building an Android or iOS app, and you will certainly find people referring to Objective-C, Swift, and Java as the only native languages for development. Possibly, they are oblivious about the new ecosystem of platforms and the potential that they bring in for mobile app development.
App download number is a delusive metric, as it does not reflect whether the application’s objective or key value proposition is being met or not. To figure out whether your app is achieving what it was built for (more revenue, user engagement or brand building), you need to go beyond counting app store downloads. The following post describes 15 metrics that matter the most for any sort of mobile application, why they are important and how to track them.
Games, sports, eCommerce, social media, retail, healthcare! There is hardly an industry that has not experienced the magic of Augmented Reality (AR). And today, this technology is upgrading our real world by overlaying pieces of virtuality on it. For enabling developers to make the most of AR and integrate it into web and mobile apps, there are some amazing SDKs available. Here, we share a few of them (Free and Paid).
Ideas are easy. It's the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats. ~ Sue Grafton
No matter how great an idea is, it is nothing more than a hallucination, if not executed well. And that is why, choosing a right partner for giving life to your idea is extremely important.
Back in 2008, when app stores were launched to the world, who knew that a decade later, they would be an indispensable part of daily lives. From food ordering to shopping, teaching to learning, entertainment to management, there is an app for everything, for everyone.
Millennials, Gen X, and even the baby boomers are dependent upon the smartphones for their daily tasks. And as the number of mobile users rise, reaching them through apps have become one of the most followed trend amongst businesses.