Great ideas come to all of us every once in a while. It is our responsibility to act on them and make the most out of a brainwave. However, there are times that you need some outside help. Imagine waking up one early morning and having this great concept for a mobile application. Chances are that you, like me, would know little about the whole process of developing a mobile app. This app developer’s guide will help you to develop a mobile app without requiring any technical expertise whatsoever. Continue reading “App Developer’s Guide: How to Develop Your First Mobile App”
An enterprise app is meant for big businesses. It is more complex than other apps, distributed, and dedicated to a company’s mission. It is user friendly, contains a great amount of data, and always meets strict security requirements. The development for this type of app must meet many separate requirements. If any of these requirements are not met, the whole project may not deliver business objectives.
Many people want to know if it is possible to build Android apps on a Mac computer. The answer is yes. Here are some simple steps to take in order to develop Android apps on a Mac machine.
Install Java Development Kit
To begin, you should be familiar with Java before building Android apps on a Mac computer. A Java Development Kit must be installed. It is convenient to use the Oracle Java Development Kit. This will be easy to use on a Mac OS X 10.8. You can choose to create an Oracle account, but it’s an optional step.
There are tens of thousands of iPhone apps available, and the number is on the rise. Since competition is so high, it is essential to uncover unique and effective ways to promote an app. Here are some clever ideas to try in order to make it to the top of the app pile.
There are tons of applications available on Android phones and iPhones. However, these apps will have a few differences. For years, users have been interested in learning what phones offer the best app experience. Even though Android is now starting to overtake iPhones in marketshare, it is necessary to compare these phone apps within certain categories.
There are all sorts of apps available for use. Some are considered hybrid and others are considered native. To understand the differences, here is a comparison of the two.
Native apps exist in a device and can be accessed through the home screen icons. They are installed through an app store and are developed for one platform. Native apps take advantage of all of the features on the device. For example, they use the camera, Continue reading “What Are Native Apps and Hybrid Apps?”
When a company releases an app, price will need to be considered. It is not unheard of to initiate an app that costs money, bit most companies will choose to offer a free app. This will bring many benefits.
The smartphone market is quite competitive all across the world including Australia. Even though there is a lack of large-scale surveys done in Australia, we can infer some of the market-share data by analysing the facts below.
Building an iPhone app can be a complex process. At first, it may seem challenging. However, understanding some of the basic steps will help to create a unique and a fun app. Here are the starting points to build an iPhone app.
It is always important to think about what the app’s intended purpose will be. Thinking about ideas for screenshots, app icons, and other text is important. Getting all ideas down on paper before actually starting the programming process will make the project flow more smoothly.
As smartphones and other mobile devices are becoming common, making money from apps seems like a simple task. There are numerous ways that can help you to earn money from a developed app. Here are some of the most popular ways to make money from iPhone and other Android apps. Continue reading “How to Make Money from iPhone and Android Apps”
Kangaroo KickBoxing App — for iPhone and iPad — developed by Elegant Media
After the iPad was first released, many people believed that it was just a larger version of the iPhone. However, developers knew that there were more differences than the matter of size. An iPad has special multi-touch functions and interface elements not found on an iPhone. A true iPad app is not a doubled iPhone app. Here are more of the differences.