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Protect your Android Apps throughout their Lifecycle

It’s quite common that mobile apps deal with a lot many security threats at the development stage, but once they are developed they are more prone to attacks as they’re out in open. Meanwhile, a Security solutions company SEWORKS is eyeing to launch a new SaaS-based protection for Android called AppSolid offering the development teams hands-on protection and tracking of…

Android App Stats That You Must Check

This is the fourth post in the series of Android Application Development articles. To read the previous post, click here. Numbers don’t lie, and that’s why boring pie-charts, histograms, and tables (no offense to business analysts and data scientists) still hold an important place in the company boardrooms. If numbers are so important, why not to consider them before taking…

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Android Apps

This is the second blog of our series of Android App Development articles. The internet users on smartphones are increasingly preferring native applications to the traditional web browsing or web app. Hence, this doesn’t come as a surprise when startups and enterprises sometimes go to the app-only mode for mobile platforms. Applications allow businesses to maintain a close relationship with…

Android Apps’ Trends To Look Forward to in 2016

The world’s largest app store has come a long way since its launch. Android fanboys (the name Android loyalists normally referred to as) may have seen the transformations unfolding before their eyes. During the initial phase, most of the applications (even Facebook’s mobile app) on Google play store were hybrid (natively-installed and cross-platform apps written in web language). They were…

Questions You Must Answer Before Developing First Android App

Android is one of the renowned products of the tech giant, Google. If sources are to be believed, then over the globe, nearly 85% of all digital gadgets are running on the Android platform. So, it is obvious that with such a high count of users, the need of applications with multi-functionality also comes into consideration. Presently, users are allotted…

Blackberry Priv: One last throw of the dice for the company?

It has been a long time since BlackBerry struggling to claim fame in the market, however now the brand is set to try out its luck introducing first-ever BlackBerry phone powered by Google’s Android software. Blackberry CEO John Chen, who is a software industry veteran, was hired in 2013 to save the Canadian company. And upon his arrival he make…

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