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Thursday, February 15, 2018 by Richard Harris
Why your app is getting uninstalled and how to prevent it
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 by Simon Spaull
App developers have a tough job managing the marketing life cycle. Before an app is released, app developers must have plans for user acquisition and they must be agile enough to adapt in those first hectic weeks. But as you gain traction and grow comfortable with how your app is doing, there is a huge worry that looms over you: what if users stop using your app and uni...
Development practices that break applications and what you can do
Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by Jim Azar
As most organizational leaders recognize at some level, the increasing dominance of web and mobile applications has completely turned the software world on its ear. The number of critical business functions that are processed via a browser or mobile device is escalating, and inaccurate results, aberrant behaviors, and security flaws can all be absurdly costly. Virt...
Educational content apps for children
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 by Richard Harris
Remember when apps were just a grown-up thing? Well, those days are long gone and kids are now using mobile apps. At first, it was just for gaming, now many companies are introducing educational apps for children. Apple has taken notice of this trend and back in iOS 7, Apple introduced the ‘Kids’ category in their app store. Before this category was i...
Why Saas and Continuous Delivery Is a Match Made in Heaven for Mobile Apps
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 by Steven G. Harris
In recent years, application usage has evolved and grown tremendously. Unlike core IT systems (ERP, HR, etc.) that are under the close scrutiny of corporate IT, Software as a Service (SaaS) and now mobile applications come with very different requirements. What’s valuable and efficient today might not be what’s valued tomorrow: SaaS and mobile applications have to const...
Is Android getting too complex
Monday, December 10, 2012 by Richard Harris
I always chuckle a little when I read analytics that say android has most of the mobile market share. While this "technically" might be true, most of the time those statements are left open ended. What they should say is "Android has most of the mobile market share including installs on one-of-kind devices, kitchen appliances, watches, $59 tablets, photo frames, a...