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iMOBDEV is an emerging IT Services and outsourcing company that is ISO 9001:2008 certified Mobile app development company. Being a diverse app development company, iPhone Application Development Service is our major strength. we offer a range of expertise aimed at helping customers increase their businesses through our unmatched services to compete successfully in an ever-changing marketplace.

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September's Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. Well would you look at that, August is basically over. Holy shit. I often talk about how months seem to fly by, but this really has. Windows 10 has been out for a month and IFA starts next week (God dammit...). August has seen a lot, we saw two brand new Samsung flagships, Fantastic Four somehow managed to be worse than angry nerds predicted, Facebook lunched a virtual assistant for some reason, mainstream media made VR look so lame, we found out that iTunes is technically illegal, and Noel Edmonds publicly came out as a complete nutjob.

We've also seen plenty of apps, even if Windows 10 has been pinching some of Windows Phone's miniscule limelight. But which apps were the best? iOS Apps Gif Wallet: GIFs are great at expressing emotions, but keeping hold of the right ones is a fuss. Just Watch: If you want to watch TV and film content, one of the best ways to do it is via streaming services. App in the Air: As far as apps puns go, this one is pretty good. Android Apps Windows Phone Apps. Microsoft Launches Open Source Tool To Help iOS Developers Port Their Apps To Windows. At its Build developer conference earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it would soon release tools that would make it easier for iOS and Android developers to take their existing code and port their apps to Windows.

The Android version of this, officially named the Windows Bridge for Android, is now in private beta. The iOS version, however — previously known under the codename “Project Islandwood” — is entering its first public preview today. The code for the Windows Bridge for iOS is now available as an open-source project under the MIT license on GitHub. Microsoft stresses that this is still very much a work-in-progress and some of the promised features are now available yet or are still very buggy. Still, Microsoft expects the final version to land in the fall to coincide with the launch of the first update to Visual Studio 2015. Using the bridge, developers will be able to port their iOS apps to both Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

So how does all of this work? The Ultimate iPhone App Marketing Strategy Guide. Updated: April 15, 2016 After a few app launches of our own, observing many more, talking with several app developers and testing cool services, we have a pretty really good idea of what can be done to make an app a success. We’ve been sharing some of it right here on our blog and great content from others on Twitter. …and now it’s time for more. We want to answer questions that we have received from readers, like: How would I go about launching a new iOS app? This post is meant to teach you everything we know about launching and marketing an iPad or iPhone app. It’s not a “secret recipe,” and probably not exhaustive (but we are doing our best to make it so). It’s not a step-by-step process either, some of these things have to be done simultaneously. Build Your Personal Online Presence It is essential to establish your personal online presence, independent of your app.

When you launch your app, you now have 30,000 followers that you can show your new app to. Validate Your Idea Review Mining No! iOS vs Android – 2015 Battle Between The Best Platforms. Google and Apple are the leaders on the mobile market and their mobile platforms are continuously getting improved, receiving new features which are luring new users. The competition is fierce between them, but each OS has pros and cons, and for a newbie, choosing between iOS and Android can be very difficult. Therefore, we’ll list the advantages and disadvantages of both platforms. iOS iOS receives updates more often than Android and once a new version is rolled out, it reaches millions and millions of supported devices, in short time. Android pushes updates firstly for Google’s devices, then for the rest of newer flagships and so on, but older devices are stuck with prehistoric Android versions.

The iOS applications are fewer, but of a better quality, because Apple is relying on its premium users, who like to install superior applications, with nicer graphics. Many developers prefer to prioritize iOS when releasing new updates, then they make them available for Android, as well. Android. Android, iOS App Makers Cool to Microsoft's Windows 10 Overtures. Microsoft's plan to make its new version of Windows a mobile hit by letting it accept tweaked Apple and Android apps has met an obstacle: some of the software developers the company needs to woo just aren't interested. Windows phones accounted for just 3 percent of global smartphone sales last year, compared with about 81 percent for devices with Google's Android system and 15 percent for Apple and its iOS system, according to research firm IDC.

One reason is that Windows doesn't run as many or as attractive apps as its rivals. To boost sales of its phones and new operating system, Microsoft said last month that it would provide tools to software developers to make it easier to design apps for Windows based on apps that run on Android or Apple. But because so few people use a Windows phone, most developers remain focused on the more popular systems and don't see a need to develop apps for Windows.

They also said they doubt how easy the new tools will be to use. © Thomson Reuters 2015. Trends for 2015 that going to rule iOS App Development. There is doubtlessly iOS Application Development is a deal that no organization can overlook and it would be definitely eye-catchy to perceive what trends 2015 will convey for iOS App Development. There is no need of us for the developers to let them know about continually changing app landscape. Yet, it’s pretty good to pause for a minute and analyse precisely how it’s evolving. For the iOS App market what does 2015 hold? This is the most likely trending topics amongst enterprises and the overall iOS Application Development industry. Individuals are very active now a day by keeping an eye open for the most sizzling trends in the mobile app industry, with an extraordinary concentration on iOS Application Development considering the arrival of an Apple Watch in the current year.

Wearable Devices Apple Watch- introducing to the market place in 2015. It’s pretty clear that Apple Watch is not a standalone device, even though there are number of questions about the wearable gadgets. Like this: BitTorrent brings secure chat app Bleep to iOS | The Verge. BitTorrent has updated and officially launched Bleep, its secure messaging service, bringing it to iOS and adding a Snapchat-a-like "whisper" function that makes messages self-destruct shortly after they're sent.

Today's update means the app, which allows users to make free voice calls and stores encryption keys for messages on users' devices rather than in a hackable repository, is now available on Android, Windows, and Mac, in addition to iOS devices. When the new whisper mode is selected, pictures or text sent to another user will disappear 25 seconds after being sent. While users have got past similar Snapchat restrictions by simply taking screenshots of sent messages, Bleep offers some protection against this tactic: when reading messages from a contact, their username is blocked out.

The torrent company first launched the messaging app in pre-alpha form for Windows last July, before expanding it to Android and Mac in September. Windows 10: Will 1 billion devices and easily porting Android or iOS code ensure app success? Microsoft has always had a difficult time growing their app offerings on their platforms. When considering business related software Windows remains the de facto standard, however when considering apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and the next big or small app, Windows and Windows Phone have been mostly ignored. Ignoring Windows devices stems from a single issue -- no market share.

The problem has been identified and at Build last week Microsoft revealed their plan to solve the issue. If developers saw that Windows 10 ran on 1 billion devices, they would surely target the platform, then when serious developers target the ecosystem, more and more users will sign on and the value proposition will only increase. Developers build apps for phone for a few reasons. Windows 10 will run on a massive spectrum of devices and developers will be able to reach so many more users than they would targeting when just Windows Phone or Windows 8 separately. So where does Windows 10 fit into this landscape? Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone. Apple's iPhone and iPad long ago pushed out the BlackBerry as the corporate standard for mobile devices, in all but the highest-security environments.

Google -- whose Android platform reigns outside the corporate world -- is now trying to push out Apple, with a new effort called Android for Work. And Samsung is upping the game with a new version of its own Android security suite, Knox. What Android for Work does and doesn't do That technology came to market last week, adding new security and management capabilities, plus the ability to do corporate deployments of Android apps from the Play Store. Android for Work containers -- which run business apps in a separately managed workspace on your device -- are part of the Android 5 Lollipop OS and support any Google Play store apps.

But Android 3.0 Ice Cream Sandwich through 4.4 KitKat requires users to install the Android for Work app, which can run only apps that have the Android for Work APIs implemented. iOS API tour. Android API tour. Telerik pitches new framework for building Android, iOS, Windows apps. With Telerik’s open source framework NativeScript, programmers with expertise in JavaScript have a new option for cross-platform mobile app development. The resulting applications will be able to run directly on Android, iOS and Windows. After launching a beta in March, Progress Software-owned Telerik on Tuesday launched the first generally available version of NativeScript. The company describes it as a native framework that lets developers build apps for Android, iOS and later this year, Windows phones, with much of the same code.

The choice of JavaScript as the underlying language wasn’t a coincidence. “We think it’s one of the most universal languages and skill sets out there,” said Todd Anglin, vice president of product management and marketing at Telerik. The goal has been to allow customers to reuse the same skills as well as tools (including Visual Studio and Telerik’s own AppBuilder) to build Web and native apps, as well as hybrids of the two.

iOS vs. Android: Google update process is tempting me to switch. Over the next couple of months, both Apple and Google will unveil major new software updates to their mobile platforms. iPhone users will be undoubtedly excited about all the new features and fixes that Apple is planning to launch on iOS 9 and with good reason — they know that as soon as iOS 9 comes out in the fall, they’ll be able to download and install it right onto their devices. We Android fans, meanwhile, won’t be so lucky. DON’T MISS: Watch Arnold Schwarzenegger reenact all of his best movies in 6 minutes You see, when Android 6.0 comes out in the fall, that’s just the beginning for us.

We will then have to wait some more before carriers and OEMs are ready to push out their own updates to our devices… and then we might learn our devices aren’t ever getting upgraded to the newest software at all. As someone who’s used Android for five years, I’m used to this by now. But starting with the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, my patience has basically run out. Best new Android and iOS apps (April 28st - May 4th 2015)

Salutations, app-thirsty smartphone aficionados! The day has come again, just like every week, for us to grind through the App Store and Play Store and come up with some interesting games and apps for you. Surprisingly, there are no new photography apps in this week's selection. On the flip side – musicians may want to keep a close eye on what we managed to fish out of both stores. So, go ahead and check the apps out and let us know which ones ended up staying on your smartphone. Oh, and May the 4th be with you! New for iOS Bitween Price: (free) Can't make a decision to save your life? Bitween Zoom level: FIT (85%) Bitween Perisfind Twitter launched its Periscope service for iOS around a month ago, and it quickly became popular (basic rundown – you stream a video from your phone directly to your Twitter followers).

Perisfind Terra! Offline navigation services are definitely a godsend when traveling in areas with bad coverage, and a great tool for those on limited data plans. Terra! Enkl Price: $5.99. FAQ for iOS apps, Uncategorized. Google Buys iOS Time-Management App Vendor Timeful. Microsoft to support iOS and Android apps in Windows in new 'open' culture. Developers will be able to easily bring their iOS and Android apps to Windows 10, Microsoft has announced, as it attempts to encourage adoption of its new "universal" operating system. New software development kits will enable developers to port existing apps into Windows universal apps that work across devices, the company announced at the ongoing Build conference on Wednesday. "This is a huge breakthrough," Horace Chow, Microsoft general manager for Hong Kong and Macau, told the South China Morning Post in an interview. "We will invite others to join our ecosystem. " The move comes as Microsoft is making a big push to encourage adoption of its Windows 10 operating system, currently in beta stage.

In the past, the company has struggled in mobile to gain traction against market leader Android and Apple's iOS. Chow said in recent years the company has adopted a more "open" philosophy, driven by chief executive Satya Nadella. "Satya has really sped up the culture change," Chow said. Jive unveils Chime messaging app for iOS, Android and Windows.

Jive has released Chime, a messaging app for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac that it claims is designed to help people work better together. Chime allows workers to have one-to-one or group conversations with their colleagues across different company departments, either on mobile or desktop devices. Users can start a conversation within Chime on a mobile device while outside the office then seemlessly continue that discussion on a desktop or laptop once they return to their desk. Chime has a simple uncluttered interface in the style of Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, and a security layer designed to keep cross-company messages private. Elisa Steele, chief executive at Jive, said that although Chime faces competition from other enterprise communication tools, its clean and simple interface will give it the edge over the likes of Microsoft's Yammer, Skype for Business and current industry darling Slack, which signed up 8,000 customers within 24 hours of its August 2013 launch.

New warnings on 'dead' iOS and Android apps. April 29, 2015 Dead and stale apps are the biggest threat vector from mobile devices, says Appthority. New warnings on 'dead' iOS and Android apps Dead and stale apps are putting sensitive corporate data at risk through not only big data breaches but also persistent low level leaks, according to a report from Appthority. In the ‘Enterprise Mobile Threat Report Q1-2015', Appthority describes dead apps as application software for mobile devices that have been removed from the storefront from which the consumer downloaded it. “Despite the fact that Apple and Google have taken significant steps to be more open in the past years, there is still little to no transparency when it comes to the number of apps being revoked from the app stores post release, nor the reasons why the apps were removed,” the report said. According to Appthority, 5.2 percent of iOS apps installed on enterprise mobile devices are dead, with a comparable figure of 3.9 percent for Android apps.

Facebook Messenger allows video calling to Android and iOS app users. Android Surpasses iOS In Revenue, If China’s Android App Stores Are Combined. YouTube switches off mobile app support on older Apple TV, iOS devices. Over 1,500 iOS Apps Are Susceptible To Man-In-The-Middle Attacks. Is This New Free iOS App the Future of Video Marketing? Get more from your Fitbit with these 3 iOS apps. The best cross-platform writing apps for Mac and iOS. Microsoft Releases iOS, Android Versions of Its Office Lens App. WhatsApp For iOS Will Receive Voice Calling Feature In A Few Weeks.

Best Android and iOS apps of spring 2015. Award-Winning TravAlarm App Delivered By iMOBDEV Technologies. iMOBDEV Technologies sur Twitter : "#WindowsPhone's Cortana To Launch On #iOS And #Android Platform via @iMOBDEVTech. Windows Phone's Cortana To Launch On iOS And Android Platform. Hundreds of Android and iOS apps are still vulnerable to FREAK. 9 Common iOS 8.2 Problems & How to Fix Them. JavaScript goes native for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone apps.

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