Blog : Mobile apps

Smartwatches in healthcare

Smartwatches in healthcare

Smartwatches may not be the most popular wearable technologies there are, but there is no doubt you can benefit a lot from wearing one. If you still prefer your smartphone when it comes to texting, listening to music or using Tinder, think about your health as this little device can save your life one day.

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Ideas for Business Mobile Apps

Ideas for Business Mobile Apps

The secret to the successful and broad reach of some businesses comes down to one simple solution: the mobile app. No longer is it only the big brands that can take advantage of all of the benefits that mobile apps have to offer.

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The Hybrid Mobile Application

The Hybrid Mobile Application

Many business owners express confusion when confronted with the choice of mobile apps. Traditionally, the decision was possibly less complex, as there were only two apps to choose from: the native app, and the web apps. Today, however, there is a new addition to the list: the hybrid app.

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Predictions for Mobile App Development

Predictions for Mobile App Development

The fierce competition in the mobile space continues, and, as a result, developers continue to look for the next big thing. Indeed, all it takes is to leverage an emerging trend, and an app can quickly rise to superstardom. With the mobile development industry continuing its evolution, there’s no better time than now to share our predictions for the industry this year.

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5 Mobile UX Design Tips

5 Mobile UX Design Tips

A mobile UX design that emphasises speed and simplicity, however, increases the odds that the consumer will be able to complete a CTA or other transaction process before having to switch his attention elsewhere. Here are five simple mobile design tips that will help maximise the user experience and help increase conversion rates.

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Mobile Cross-Platform Issues

Mobile Cross-Platform Issues

Native Development is building a software program on a particular platform, making it indigenous to the platform. When an application is built for a particular platform, it only works best on that platform. When you try to switch it from one operating system to another, problems arise.

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