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- About MobiDev
- Full-scale mobile software company specializing in world-class mobile and web development company
- Norcross, GA 30092
- mobile apps & devices, app development, marketing, internet, iOS, Android, technologies
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Posted 12-05-2013 at 03:12 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Whoever says that naming a mobile application is easy, must have never had such a responsibility. Well, unless there was a truly great idea that suddenly dawned upon that person. But in most cases it isn't so, and many people have to wait a while until this idea arrives. Then there are all of these ideas gathered, and one has to make the final choice, which isn't a brief task...
Posted 12-04-2013 at 06:37 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Outsourcing has acquired a stereotype of being cheaper but far less reliable than in-house software development. It's easy to agree with the 'cheaper' part, otherwise outsourcing wouldn't be such a popular solution nowadays. And it is, both for mobile startups and for businesses...
Posted 12-02-2013 at 04:33 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Business is all about buying and selling, and the quintessence of that is e-commerce. However, as we stepped into the mobile era, it is more of m-commerce we are speaking. We buy and sell everything through the Internet, we browse online shops using our mobile assistants, and we are more focused and purchase-oriented when we do so. It is not the first year we make online purchases, and...
Posted 11-27-2013 at 10:18 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
When you hire a software company for your project, their main task is delivering a product that will satisfy your demands. The requirements that you set, the features that must be done, and in the end the product that works - everything simply like you want, according to your own vision of the product. But will the product that satisfies you, satisfy the end users? Does this product...
Posted 11-26-2013 at 02:36 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
When your application is successfully launched, there comes a question - should you allow your developers place it into their portfolio? Well, this question may arise even before the development, and it's a very ambiguous question. On one hand, it can result in mutual promotional benefits. On the other hand, it always concerns peculiar risks that you will face. We aren't quite speaking...