Android is still the top choice when it comes to operating systems for cell phones across the globe. In this blog post, we guide you through all stages of the Android app creation process – from idea to deployments.
Until recently, the implementation of a payment method into your business software solution was a matter of your clients’ convenience and an important factor of success in e-commerce.
At present, the industry of IT is one of the most rapidly developed. The process of development is always accumulation of a great amount of knowledge, which must continuously be generalized and systematized.
Every year our life and daily routine are more and more closely connected with mobile phones. Modern life is extremely dynamic and that’s why mobile apps should match the users’ activity. Awareness API exists just for the purpose.
Following the latest trends in functionality implementation, we constantly face the necessity of social media support integration into the applications we develop. As a rule, no problems set in during Facebook integration or any other popular American or European social network.
Android Q — is the 10th major release and the 17th version of the Android mobile operating system. The first Beta of Android Q was released on March 13, 2019, today we have the 4th version to test already. However, displeasing moments still take place like launcher crashing, problems with the camera or System UI process crash in case of the telephone being unblocked with a fingerprint sensor.
Making money on a mobile app may be quite profitable if organized properly. In the annual end-of-year-report, App Annie called 2017 a monumental year in the app economy with global app downloads reaching 175 billion and consumer expenditures mounting to $86 billion. Of course, the rate of individual success depends on one’s knowledge of how to squeeze to the max from a mobile product.
It is difficult to imagine a modern mobile application without animations. Good animation allows you to create an application that attracts attention and is easy to use, while not distracting the user from the app itself. This is not a technical article, but rather an overview of how to spice up Android application without blowing the budget and project deadlines.
Smartphone users spend more than 30% of their time in mobile apps, and nearly a quarter of buyers start searching for the item in the brand’s shopping app directly. Although the mobile app development cost is quite high, the number of online stores on Play market grows each month. Solid arguments to take a closer look at existing shopping apps.