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Why Not to Ignore Web Apps?

According to Gartner, by the year 2016 the total units of device shipment of Mobile Phones are expected to be 2,062 million compared to 233 million units of traditional PCs. The demand of Desktop PCs and Notebooks is falling year after year, if the number of shipping units is any indication of the same. So it comes as no surprise…

Is PhoneGap Right For Your Application?

There has always been a debate between which is better: Hybrid apps or Native apps. Developers for long have voiced their opinion that hybrid can never match the performance of a native app, and Mark Zukerburg, the co-founder and CEO of Facebook, said that using HTML5 for mobile app of Facebook was its worst mistake. (Facebook’s mobile app was a…

The Ideal and Viable Mobile Apps of 2016

This micro-blog is not about the applications that are going to make a mark in this year. It is more of an opinion on how exactly the new mobile applications can create a difference by not necessarily doing anything extraordinary. This year will see surface phones, by Microsoft, entering the smartphone market. Windows has placed huge bets on its Windows…

iOS 9.2 – What’s New

After pushing a series of beta versions, Apple has finally released the official update of iOS. As seen in the beta versions, iOS 9.2 is more about fixing and resolving issues than adding more features to the host of applications. So if you are noticing some niggles with your current iOS, the new update may solve them without taking a…

Android Phone Users Can Now Use Android Pay

It’s merry time for Android smartphone users as now all of them will have an access to Android Pay, that is equivalent of NFC payment via your smartphone. The announcement was made on the official blog for Android. To put it in an easy and more understandable manner, Android Pay is Google’s mobile equivalent of Apple Pay. However, there is…

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