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- 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 29th July 2014 at 06:40 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
How often have you encountered truly weird apps? Or maybe you had ideas as for making something that would be absolutely uncommon for an average mobile user's homescreen? Here are 7 weird apps that show how far imagination or absurd can go.
Pointless Game (New) / Hold On!
''Hold the button for as long as you can'', set your personal record, track...
Posted 24th July 2014 at 05:22 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
What can be worse than reaching the golden hour of submitting your long-awaited iOS app to App Store and receiving a rejection letter afterwards? Not only morally - an app rejection means wasted time. It can take up to about two or three weeks while your app is under Apple's quality control. And if it gets rejected, you receive the response and have either to appeal...
Posted 21st July 2014 at 06:34 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
How many software projects have you launched? Well, if you have reached the second one or more, you already know that estimation is a rather vague thing by itself. Neither the software company nor the client can exactly know how much time will be required and whether the budget is enough - of course if we stay away from mythic huge budgets, which can cover everything but virtually...
Posted 14th July 2014 at 06:35 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Notifications rank amid the most widespread features in mobile apps. Whatever they may concern - a message or a comment in a social network, an update of an app, an announcement or a reminder - notifications are made to bring useful information to users in a convenient way. However, these seemingly simple parts of your software require as much thinking as anything else, especially...
Posted 7th July 2014 at 07:35 AM by MobiDev Comments 0
Many business people don't fully understand the complexity of a software development process. It's natural, since specialized books about development are read by developers and other IT people, and many others might still be referring to a software project as ''coding'' or ''writing''. With better luck one might add 'designing' and 'testing'. Quite inaccurate.