Category: Mobile Product Development: News & Trends

Smart, connected products are enabling new growth opportunities for companies. Read the latest product development news, trends and best practices from our team of mobile experts.

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04/23/2018

Wegmans Offers Customers a Smart Shopping List

After listening to the voice of their customer, Wegman's created a Smart Shopping List to take the →
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03/05/2018

Mobile App Development Future with HTML5

Over the recent years, one major technological trend that has witnessed a major rise across the globe →
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03/05/2018

What’s new in Google’s Flutter mobile dev framework

The applications can use the device’s GPU and access platform APIs and services. Also, its stateful →
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03/05/2018

Five rapid application development tools to consider for mobile

Rapid application development tools can help organizations more easily mobilize business processes and →
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02/12/2018

The Mobile Web Development Buffet

In modern Mobile Web Development, there is an unlimited number of platforms, solutions, and frameworks →
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12/29/2017

Impact of Big Data In Mobile App Development And Businesses

Now, the big question is what makes a great app? For quite a long time now, this question has been debated →
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11/28/2017

How to outsource your mobile app development

+1 Tweet Share Share Stumble Pin According to some estimates, there are approximately 4.77 →
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11/16/2017

iPhone X ‘notch remover’ now available in App Store

If you have a burning hatred of the so-called 'notch' on your new iPhone X then boy do I have →
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10/02/2017

Why Facebook Like buttons account for 16% of an average website’s code

According to data collected by BuiltWith.com, 6% of the top 10,000 most high-traffic sites load →
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09/18/2017

Probably, your first useful Touch Bar app

Working with other companies, we always dreamed of devoting some of our time to the realisation of our →
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09/18/2017

Amazon opens up access to developer tools for adding Alexa to commercial products

Amazon wants to make its virtual assistant Alexa available on more devices, instead of just its own hardware. →
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09/07/2017

The Best Music to Develop Websites to (What the Science Says)

Coffee is always awesome for getting going in the morning. A good night’s rest will ensure you →
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09/05/2017

Asking non-leading questions in user interviews

Question design for user interviews is an art. We interview users because want to gain insights →
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08/15/2017

“As a user” needs to stop.

This is great in theory, but writing good user stories is harder than it sounds. I’ve seen well-meaning →
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07/31/2017

Even the world’s largest bitcoin exchange couldn’t handle this week’s cryptocurrency boom

For those operating a bitcoin exchange — where people can buy cryptocoins — you’d →
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07/31/2017

Make Your App Instant

A week ago Google officially announced the release of Android Instant Apps and opened the API to all →
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07/31/2017

Best Practices for Horizontal Lists in Mobile

Many Android and iOS apps have horizontal scrolling lists. Maybe it’s also combined inside a vertical →
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07/27/2017

All The UX Prototyping Tools Ever

There are too many prototyping tools. There, I said it. You may have seen articles comparing multiple →
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07/17/2017

A guide to developing bot personalities

Conversational interfaces have reduced user experience down to a few lines of text. With bots, UX becomes →