Mobile Development Blog (Page 6)
A blog that delves into the mobile design and development industry, providing insights and resources to help you create the greatest mobile apps possible.
Considering the fact that more than 50% of all global online traffic comes from smartphones and tablets, the importance of a good-looking website on a mobile device is inevitable. Still, it is difficult to cover all types of mobile screen resolutions and internet formats with a single solution. Luckily, such companies as Google always put user experience first, offering such open source solutions as AMPs (Accelerated Mobile Pages).
It’s not a secret that for the majority of customers, the key question associated with mobile app development lies in its cost. Also, it’s common for all of us to be interested in getting a high-quality product at a reasonable price. Mobile application development cost may vary significantly depending on different factors. Most of them are listed below.
E-book industry is thrusting nowadays that is why many software development companies are leaving no stones unturned in the field of e-reader production. As the interest in e-book development soars, we face the diversity of formats and as it stems from it – a variety of readers.
Not so long ago our company released a fun-making app Selfie King. It’s a refreshing way to interact with your friends and even total strangers through taking selfies and joyful way to challenge each other. And today’s post is dedicated to a quite unknown side of our product development: the server part.
There are a lot of possibilities to share your selfies with the world. The process is quite common: you search for inspiring idea or look, take selfie, beautify it with filters, share it over all possible social networks and check for the number of “likes” and comments received.
We receive dozens of messages every day. Also, we use our mobile devices to get in touch with colleagues and friends via e-mails. We can spend a lot of time organizing our e-mails into folders and creating filters. Sure enough, everyone would be happy in case e-mails on mobile were organized.