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Health Apps Failing to Protect Data: Can You See an Opportunity Here?

Android and iOS app development professionals are taking notice of a recent report in Lifehacker about health apps. According to Lifehacker, most health apps aren’t actually protecting your data. When you go to the doctor or other medical professionals, your data is protected. If you have an app that consolidates medical data from doctors’ offices, […]

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Main Takeaways of Australia Mobile Broadband Market Services and Apps Report 2016

If you are a mobile app developer or want to be one, one of the most important tools that comes out every year is the Australia Mobile Broadband Market Services and Apps Report. This report gives people in the mobile app development or app creation field a great “heads up” for the coming year. If […]

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Does Your Business App Really Help Your Customers?

A lot of people don’t know it, but we do app creation for businesses, too. If you own or run a business and don’t have an app yet, it would be a great idea to take notice of how many other businesses have apps. More and more businesses are now using apps to reach out […]

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2 Fitness Experts, 8 Apps: What it Means to You

We have made a lot of blog posts about mobile app development in hopes of inspiring people into creating great apps. If you have been here before, you know we advocate finding a problem people will pay you to solve and turning the solution into an app. Since apps are my life, I read everything […]

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This Corporate Travel App Saves Time and Money

One of the principles we teach about app creation is to find a problem that people will pay you money to solve and then solve it for them. A company called Corporate Travel Management (CTM) has done just that with an internal app that helps their clients amalgamate travel plans when multiple executives are arriving […]

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Mobile Apps – Branding & Engagement

For years, the story of mobile apps and brands has been hopeful—a love affair showing massive potential to boost a company’s bottom line. But like many relationships, growing pains exist, and in this case, we’ve seen the implications to both consumers and brands. When apps were first launched, consumers were enthralled by the ease of […]

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Mobile App Strategies Boost Revenues for Small Business Owners

Global mobile traffic now represents roughly 60 percent of internet traffic, making mobile apps a must-have for businesses. But consumers today increasingly expect an “Amazon-like experience” online. Small businesses don’t just need to build a mobile app, they need to build a great one. While most giant corporations have already adopted a solid mobile strategy, […]

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Pokemon Go Takes Australia by Storm

If you are a mobile app developer or you want to be one, you have probably noticed that one app has taken over not only Australia, but the rest of the world by storm: Pokemon Go. In Australia, New Zealand and the US, Pokemon Go immediately became the most-downloaded and top-grossing app. The Mechanics of […]

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BP Is Launching A Mobile Refueling App In Australia

BPMe is a mobile payment app that allows customers to pay for petrol from inside their vehicles. In other words, you no longer have to trudge into the store and avoid all those overpriced snacks during fuel stops. Hurrah! BP has announced a new mobile-payment system that will allow drivers to settle their petrol bill […]

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GOAT is a sneaker app that should be dead — but is making millions instead

Eddy Lu is just happy to be here, which is as refreshing as it is rare in today’s venture-backed startup world. As the co-founder and CEO of GOAT, a shopping app where sneakerheads can buy and sell rare kicks, Lu is fully aware of the low odds of success after multiple failed ideas. “Most companies […]

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