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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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Best Android Apps in May

If you are interested in Android app development, you should be interested in what many are saying are the best Android apps in May of 2015. We like telling you about successful apps in hopes that it will inspire you to come up with great ideas for your next app. Here are a few to […]

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Did You Profit From a Mother’s Day App This Year?

During our time in mobile app creation and development, we have been constant in our insistence that there are three things a mobile app developer needs to do to be successful. The formula is simple: find a need, fill that need and promote effectively. Here are some apps that made great gifts for Mother’s Day. […]

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Traits You Need to be a Successful Entrepreneur

If you want to be a mobile app developer, you are going to have to be an entrepreneur. It’s as simple as that. If you are the kind of person that wants a nice, steady job with stability, you may not have what it takes. But if you do have what it takes, the rewards […]

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Samsung Galaxy S6 to be Released in April

The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain is an event that everyone in the mobile app development field anticipates highly. Those in Android app development usually pay close attention because manufacturers using the Android platform usually reveal their most anticipated releases there. This year was no exception as Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S6. The […]

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There’s Nothing Like Australia: What This App Means to You

We work hard at helping anyone interested in becoming an iOS or Android mobile app developer. One of the ways in which we do that is to provide information that we hope can inspire you towards app creation and development. We do this by showing you successful apps, explaining why they are successful and what […]

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Try These Apps to Make Your Business Run Better

In the mobile app development and creation business, we often appear to be obsessive in our desire to try every app on the market. We like to know what separates a great app from the “pack” of mediocre apps. If you use apps yourself, it gives you a better idea of what your app should […]

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Android on the Up and Up

Android app development professionals were not surprised by the results of a recent market analysis concerning smartphone usage. According to a report by a firm called Strategy Analytics, Android smartphones accounted for nearly 85% of worldwide smartphone shipments for the June 2014 quarter. But what do the numbers really mean? More importantly, what do they […]

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Google Keyboard App Ruffles Feathers with Personalisation Option

Recently, Google updated their keyboard app to version 3.0 and an “improvement” that Google says was meant to make typing easier has a lot of users up in arms. That improvement is called “personalisation.” Though most improvements are minor tweaks, personalisation has a much higher profile than originally intended. Then again, the perception of Google’s […]

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Putting a Spotlight on the App Economy

At Smarter Apps, we have developed a reputation as elite iOS and Android app builders. We have helped many app developers become successful in the marketplace. Sometimes we forget that until July of 2008, there was no central store for Apple apps and that the first Android phone and its companion Android Market for apps […]

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