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Are your mobile game's Terms of Use enforceable


Friday, October 21, 2016 by

Most mobile games have terms of use, and for good reason. Terms of use can help a game company avoid distracting, time-consuming, and expensive litigation. Terms of use can be a game changer by helping a company avoid class action litigation. They can also be used to ensure that any litigation is in a convenient location for the company. Some courts even allow the compa...


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Beware: Zombie Apps Are on the Rise


Monday, August 22, 2016 by

Zombie apps appear to be a quite recent and infectious discovery. Once installed, they drain your phone of life. But what are they, and where do they come from? Zombie apps are the applications that, at first glance, appear harmless. Developers usually create zombie apps as an app that is rarely used – like a flashlight app – but the app’s software constantly ...


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The World Wide Leader in Sports Leaves Developers in a World of Hurt as ESPN Closes Public API


Tuesday, August 12, 2014 by

ESPN has announced that it is closing its public API and will no longer be issuing public API keys. Developers utilizing the ESPN API with a public API key will continue to do so until Monday, December 8, 2014, at which point the keys will no longer be active.ESPN launched the ESPN Developer Center in March 2012 and according to the company has evolved, “the capabilitie...


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The Success Checklist: What mHealth Investors and Entrepreneurs Should Know


Monday, August 11, 2014 by

A healthcare start-up developer has an intriguing concept for an app or a software solution. It may be an app tied to a sensor that is designed to transmit a diabetic’s blood glucose levels to her physician, or an app that has a proprietary algorithm that analyzes a heart patient’s water retention to predict congestive heart failure.The developer has partners who may ha...


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Microsoft Offers Unity Game Developers New Incentive Program to Develop Windows Apps


Saturday, February 22, 2014 by

In an effort to continue to populate its Windows app market, Microsoft is incentivizing Unity developers to create Windows apps. Developers who qualify will receive complimentary Windows store registration, a Microsoft Windows 8 license, a Windows device (phone/tablets), a promotional package and technical assistance.Any Unity developer using Unity 4...


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Assets for App Creation: Leveraging Visual and Audio Resources for App Developers


Thursday, September 19, 2013 by

When it comes to software development, there are two sides of the creative coin, artistic creativity and technical creativity. Visual design and in some cases audio expertise dominate one side of the coin with skilled graphic designers and artists who design from an aesthetic point of view. On the other side of the coin, you have the programmers and software engineers, ...


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Inneractive SSP Debuts Video in a Box for Mobile Publishers


Monday, September 16, 2013 by

Inneractive has added to its SSP services with “Video in a Box,” allowing app developers and mobile publishers to serve full screen video ads in their mobile/web apps or in-stream properties. Video in a Box enables display and video and includes an integrated video player. Video ads play natively and can be skipped, without forcing the user to close or leave the curren...


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Should I try to design and illustrate my app myself


Thursday, January 24, 2013 by

As app developers we all suffer from "multi-hat syndrome". We wear the designer hat, the developer hat, the troubleshooting hat, and on and on.. With all things being equal it's no doubt that overall, design and illustration takes the bulk of time when developing apps.  Even if you are just developing utility apps that aren't graphically intense like games, it c...