This is not exactly comforting to someone who wants to design apps in the future. iBuildApp makes it scary easy for people who have little to no tech knowledge to create a surprisingly decent app. Of course, it’s very generic, but for small business owners it’s an option to paying a developer/designer.
A cool article about why we should all keep mobile web apps in mind for our future.
Very interesting. New generation of mobile marketing. Your smartphone can detect your surroundings based on background noise, temperature, etc. allows them to send more relevant advertisements.
Whoa. An app for finding available parking spots, and it’s totally user generated. Where have I heard that before?
This title pretty much says it all. Some pretty good tips here.
Apps and smartphones get increasingly popular every single day. But no app will ever be more loveable than puppies and kittens. So, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em, right? Brilliant.
Apps aren’t ALL fun and games. Georgia Tech College of Computing changed lives by creating BrailleTouch, ensuring that the visually impaired will be the newest iPhone addicts.
Games always dominate the list of top apps; that’s a trend, not a blip. Always good to keep up with what’s new and popular. Here some new games described as “addictive”.
want to be able to make an informed decision about what apps and ad networks you keep on your phone? Check this out…
More mobile smart devices means more needs for mobile app development! Computing while commuting…
Looks like we’re pretty lucky as FSU is a little ahead of the curve! Lenovo, as part of their social responsibility initiative to encourage student interest in subjects relating to science, technology, engineering and math, provided a package of technology products to each school, including Android-based ThinkPad Tablets and large format ThinkCentre HD All-in-One desktops, among other items. Mobile technology is the future; so then, so are we.
Android has some creative ideas to increase usability and make their products more of a passion to it’s users by making each experience a personal pleasure navigated with ease.
With 700,000 DAILY activations for Android, business has been crazy since November. Their Q4 was awesome, leading them to 11 B. One full billion more than even they expected. Oh, and when you add androids new found success to Gmail and Google+, Google has over 90 million users.
Strapped with Android, parents find it’s just as easy to keep a virtual leash on their kids as it is with the funny animal leashes you see them with in amusement parks and airports.
You know, just when you finally set your Facebook security settings to your liking, and you start feeling like you personal information is secure…more secure anyways… now this. Are the seemingly harmless bundles of joy we call our most favorite apps stealing and sharing our info, too?!? Say it ain’t so.
Appifier is a new service that boasts ease of usability and gives bloggers the power to individualize themselves from the ever-crowded community of personal interest web writers who’s population multiplies seemingly by the second. With the Appifier service you can turn your growingly popular WordPress blog into a custom-designed app of your very own, and can sell it via iTunes too.