6 Tips for Designing and Developing a Strong, Healthy Fitness App
So many fitness apps are like New Year's resolutions: They start strong but quickly fizzle out.
Our Favorite Mobile Product Design Tools
The app boom isn't over; it's ramping up.
Busting 5 App Development Myths
For something you use in the palm of your hand, good apps require a lot of effort. Smartphones are getting smarter, and mobile development's barriers to entry are getting higher. On average, IT professionals say they spend more than three months developing a mobile app.
Walk Up and Do Anything using the Physical Web
What is the Physical Web? After working with iBeacons in iOS, we wanted to see if there was a similar technology available for Android users. This was where we discovered Eddystone, an open Bluetooth protocol that supports several varieties of data packets so your beacon can emit different types of information.
The Challenge of Cross-Platform Mobile Apps
Android is not the same as an iPhone. The iPhone 4 is not the same as the iPhone 6, and neither is the same as the iPad. There have never been more platforms to run your app—and that's not even considering Windows phones, smartwatches and desktop computers (of Mac, Windows, and Linux varieties). It becomes even more complicated when you remember that not everyone upgrades a device's operating system as soon as the new version comes out.