Given the ever-expanding lineup and ever-increasing popularity of Android-powered smartphones, it was inevitable that the Google-backed mobile operating system would surpass sales of Apple's rival iPhone sooner and later. And that time is now. According to the Nielsen Company Android devices accounted for 27 percent of U.S. smartphone sales in the U.S. during the first… Continue reading The Smartphone battlefield – who’ll be the winner?
What I mean is both in respect to what a user can manage effectively and of course to what the system can manage … Some of us download apps like sugar-mad children let loose in a sweet store. But who can actually tell when do you cross the line from being an explorative app user… Continue reading How many apps is too many apps?
A recent study shows that the latest sales numbers for Android-based phones are larger than those for the iPhone. But RIM's BlackBerry beats them both. Sounds so strange for me because as the smart phone wars rage on, one thing has become eminently clear: Consumers are in love with fruit flavors – especially Apples and… Continue reading iPhone, Android or Blackberry. Who is the winner?
Lots of articles are dedicated to iPad. As a rule they contain pretty much criticism. I read tons of this smart stuff by tech folks and should admit got quite inspired by that and all. So, while the conversation on the topic with one guy who had his own IT company I started sort of… Continue reading Back to iPad: “Hey, girl, you read too many tech blogs 🙂 ”
Smartphone app development is exploding, leaving developers confronted with a plethora of choices. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your mobile apps. First of all study your application. For this purpose you should ask yourself the following questions: - Is it a free application? - Is it a commercial one?… Continue reading How to choose the best platform for a mobile app?