Zoom security is about the same as “malware”, say experts

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The company’s rate of daily use has risen by 535 percent over the last month, but privacy isn’t high. Zoom security has been called into question as the app’s use has exploded over the last month due to the number of people who are following stay-at-home orders. According to security researchers, the app is essentially a “privacy disaster”. The app’s daily use has risen by 535 percent over the past month, but researchers are saying that Zoom security is a “privacy disaster”. This is a direct result of the lockdowns…

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Top 8 Mobile App Development Editors

Top 8 Mobile App Development Editors

Mobile apps are a way for companies to conveniently and efficiently communicate with customers and their popularity is only rising. According to Build Fire, there are more than 2.7 billion Smartphone users in the world and approximately 90% of the time spent on a smartphone is through apps.  This popularity means that a mobile app development company has a long list of potential customers when they develop something new. No matter what type of app a company makes or the platform it’s on, there’s always a potential for a large…

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More than half of users uninstall apps within a week of installing

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Data shows that 56 percent of smartphone users are dumping applications shortly after getting them. A new MoEngage study shows that 56 percent of users will uninstall apps within a week of having first installed them. It also found that there is a definite pattern among the applications that users are likely to keep. Users want their applications to load faster, require a small amount of space and remain stable. This data analysis has arrived at a time in which m-commerce is revving up to new heights around the world.…

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Coronavirus apps are being rejected by Apple, say developers

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Searching for the virus at the App Store and even on Google Play does not return results. It appears that Apple and Google are cracking down on COVID-19 coronavirus apps that aren’t produced and published by recognized medical organizations such as hospitals and governments. iPhone developers have been reporting that they receive rejection notices when related to the virus. A recent CNBC report cited four independent developers who had received rejection notices for their coronavirus apps. These applications are typically designed to allow users to view statistics regarding locations where…

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OneService program uses QR codes for municipal issue feedback

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Singapore has launched an initiative to make it easier for residents to report various problems. The Municipal Services Office (M.S.O.) in Singapore has launched an initiative using the OneService program and QR codes for residents to scan to report issues. The program has posted quick response codes in many places frequented by residents. Residents can now find QR codes in many places they frequently visit, such as H.D.B. lift landings. From there, they can use their phones to scan the barcode even without having downloaded the official app of the…

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