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Drone Killing App? It’s on iOS

Drone Killing App

After rejecting it 5 times earlier, Apple has finally allowed an app that catalogs and maps drone killings by the United States. It also sends users a notification whenever there is a new drone strike. The app, known as “Metadata+”, was developed by American Josh Begley. Is It Supposed To Be Gruesome or Informative? Similar to how the Vietnam war ... Read More »

How The Most Successful Apps Make Money Globally?

Apps Make Money

Distimo.com, a website which provides an analytical platform for app developers in order to present the most accurate market data globally published a report on 22nd February, 2014 which shows how the most profitable apps earn revenue. How Did Distimo Conduct The Research? Distimo joined forces with Chartboost, a technology platform which helps mobile game developers find new users, in ... Read More »

The EU App Economy – Developers Getting More Work for Hire Projects

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In 2013, app developers in the European Union earned €17.5 billion in revenue. However, most surprisingly, a lot of this revenue, around €11.5 billion in fact, has been earned from contract labour. This is an interesting phenomena where freelance coders get a bulk of their work and companies also tend to be looking to work on a contractual basis rather ... Read More »

5 Things Developers Should Know While Designing iOS Apps

iOS App Designing

With the iPad’s total domination of the tablet market, and the iPhone’s continuing strong sales, many app developers may be looking to develop apps for iOS platform. When it comes to designing apps for the iOS, there are a few key things that every app developer worth his measure should keep in mind. 1. Knowledge of Objective-C is a Must ... Read More »

Being Able Enough In the IoT Era

IoT Era

The Internet of Things will soon make almost every object that you can see and use, from your car to your refrigerator, ready to be connected to the Internet and accessible via your Smartphone. Although it can be said that such services are available already, the Internet of Things will help to further simplify the process by having all these ... Read More »

5 Interesting Things to Know About HTML5

HTML5

HTML5 is now a fast growing keyword in job listings. A graph from Indeed.com shows that recruiters asking for knowledge of HTML5 started getting higher meteorically in 2010, and the rise has not yet stopped. What is it? HTML5 is an upgrade to the old HTML4 markup language that is used all over the Internet. In fact, HTML4 is the ... Read More »

Apple’s Purchase of Burstly- A Look

Burstly

Apple acquired Burstly, a Santa Monica based company on 21st February, 2014. The company has made products like TestFlight and SkyRocket. In accordance with their past thirty-three acquisitions (out of a total of fifty-five) Apple has not made the financial terms of the acquisition public. How Does Apple Benefit From This? TestFlight is a platform that allows iOS app developers ... Read More »

Payroll Invoicing App – A Good Idea?

Payroll Invoicing App

When it comes to accounting solutions, small business owners need all the help they can get. An entrepreneur just starting out will have to act as his own accountant, and if he don’t have the sufficient training, or is so tied up with the day-to-day business, bothering with having to constantly monitor expenses and entering every transaction into the journal ... Read More »

Building Apps for the Internet of Things

Apps for IoT

LeHong, who is currently employed as an analyst with Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Inc feels that there are more than 500 opportunities for vendors to app more sensors to physical objects and bring them to life online. Effectively, this means more opportunities for app developers. In the past few years there has been a major shift in the way we use ... Read More »

The Rise and Fall of The Flappy Bird App

Flappy Bird App

It was a game that developers would have shied away from making. It was a game that was too basic and nobody would have thought would earn any revenue or have any user. Yet, the rise of Flappy Bird, a mobile game developed by Vietnamese Dong Nguyen in a span of two to three days, has taught many otherwise. The ... Read More »