4 Apps that Bring Your Team Together When They’re Miles Apart

Mobile app development

You have Bob and Jeff spending several weeks a month in Brazil working with new clients, while Sam tries to find reliable suppliers in Asia. At the same time, Janice is searching for warehouse space in cities throughout the U.S. It may seem almost impossible at times to coordinate your team’s efforts on your various important projects. Thankfully, the same mobile devices that have unchained your workers from their office chairs can also help make team collaboration a breeze. With the right mobile apps, your employees will be able to…

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mobiManage announces launch of mobile content management system for apps and websites

Mobile-Commerce

mobiManage has announced the release of the second generation of its mobile CMS systems, precisely four years after the initial American release of the original systems. This latest release includes upgrades to the feature designs and a completely new engine. IT offers a single platform on which Android and iPhone apps alike, as well as mobile websites and tablet products can all be managed. These latest upgrades also provide capabilities for adding features for mobile marketing to an app or website, including QR codes and NFC tags, banner ads, and…

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New study asks: Do Apple or Android apps crash more frequently?

Mobile apps payments

Crittercism, an analytics company, has announced the release of its new report which has shown that iOS apps have a greater tendency to crash than Android apps. However, many mobile experts are wondering if this is truly a problem with Apple apps or whether this is simply a typical occurrence in the app arena when the operating system or its upgrades have only just been released. The crash survey performed by Crittercism evaluated over 214 million app launches between the months of November and December 2011, in order to decide…

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Android moves into iPad’s former territory with the help of Amazon’s Kindle Fire

Mobile Commerce

According to data from Flurry, a mobile analytics firm, Google can credit the sales of Amazon’s Kindle Fire with the significant growth of the Android operating system’s market share in 2011’s last quarter. The new Flurry data was based on measurements of app sessions on over 90 percent of devices running on Android. It indicated that between the fourth quarters of 2010 and 2011, Android gained an additional 10 percent of the tablet market share, so that it now sits at 39 percent, overall. The Kindle Fire tablet hit the…

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App searches to become simplified

Mobile apps payments

When apps first started becoming popular, there weren’t enough of them to worry about the state of the marketplace and its overall search-ability, but as smartphones and tablets have become much more commonplace, app-related search engines have become far too messy to continue as they are in 2012. The mobile world has become a chaotic battle for developers to try to have their apps discovered, even when device users are seeking those apps specifically. The stores and search engines for apps are finally now beginning the improvements to their support…

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