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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…

How To Get Your Next Big App Idea?

The next big idea is what industries and investors are eagerly looking forward to, even if it is disruptive (or probably because it could be disruptive). Huge sum of money is splurged on the “Unicorn”, any startup that has huge potential and is a million dollar idea. From where these ideas come? Is it pure serendipity, or are there some…

How Not to Get Your iOS App Rejected?

Apple has a fine sense of design, thanks to the design philosophies of its founder, Steve Jobs. The products of this Cupertino company are often cited as the perfect example of how art complements technology. No wonder why Apple is the gold-standard for product design and delivery. Apple has never licensed its OS to computer or smartphone manufacturers, unlike Windows…

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…

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