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How to create a restaurant finder app like Zomato or Yelp

How to create a restaurant finder app like Zomato or Yelp

Food is one of the basic human needs, but with an emphasis modern society puts on eating healthy, sophisticated and yet quickly (we have so much to do besides eating!) restaurants are often the place to go when we need a bite. Restaurant search apps like Zomato or Yelp use a location-based approach to help you find places to eat nearby. How to create a local restaurant search app? Let’s find out.

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5 hot ideas for location-based apps

5 hot ideas for location-based apps

Foursquare was probably the first entertainment startup to introduce location-based services to the mass-market customer. Today, with Pokémon GO fueling a wave of augmented reality game app ideas, startups with a location-based touch got back into the spotlight. What location-based ideas can be used to enhance your app or fuel your startup? Let’s find out!

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How much does it cost to develop an app like Pokémon GO

How much does it cost to develop an app like Pokémon GO

In summer 2016 Pokémon GO mobile game was uniting people of all ages just like Olympic Games in Rio. An app for finding cute pocket monsters from our childhood has become insanely popular in no time: in 24 hours after launch it was on the top app list on App Store and Google Play. Today we will talk about the main features of this game and how much does it cost to make a game like Pokemon GO.

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Android WebSocket. Feedback, or When every second matters

Android WebSocket. Feedback, or When every second matters

Apps that are using network communicate with the server by executing queries and receiving answers. Server acts as an information desk providing answers to any questions and accepting inquiries made in a certain way to further process and save them. This communication model allows your service to perform most of the required tasks. And what if you need to tell the client that the required data has already arrived? Let’s take a look at this situation using the information desk analogy.

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How to measure MVP success for mobile app

How to measure MVP success for mobile app

It’s easy to follow the hype and think that if your startup gets press coverage, Twitter mentions and some decent amount of app downloads, you’re doing fine. But it is actually just the time to closely watch your mobile MVP metrics, carefully introduce little tweaks and get ready for removing features that users don’t care about. Here we will talk about metrics used to measure a success of a minimum viable product.

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