There will be lots of activity coming from BlackBerry at Apps World, including 2 sessions from their Developer Relations VP, Alec Saunders in the free to attend Developer and DroidWorld keynotes.
In addition to the Porting Master Class they will be running a Porting Clinic at the show. If you send your APK file ahead of the show they will run it through their app converter to test the port. You’ll then be invited to join one of their experts in the clinic to port your app live during the show! Plus they will promote the successful porting of your app through their social media channels. Submit your APK today and guarantee your app presence on the app world carousel!
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On November 29-30, Altoros exhibited at Apps World Show London Olympia. Altoros is a global company of experts in software and application development, and provides new approaches in staffing technology projects.
Poynt is exhibiting at next week’s Apps World event, come along to stand 125 and meet Poynt and learn more about their convenient and timesaving GPS-enabled mobile local search and advertising platform that connects consumers to local offers, businesses, events, restaurants, movie theatres and weather information.
A global leader in mobile local search and advertising recently announced the Poynt platform has surpassed the 11 million user milestone, with 2.1 billion interactions recorded by Poynt users globally. This has given Poynt anecdotal insight into consumer behaviour revealing interesting characteristics of their users. Check out this infographic here created by Poynt which displays some of the behavioural patterns they have been able to deduce. (more…)
On Stand 93 at Apps World London (29th -30th November at Olympia) mobile apps and solutions provider, Apadmi, will be showcasing its latest apps for clients including The X Factor, Visit Britain, Samsung, Land Rover, Eyeski and Aviva.
The X Factor app for BlackBerry, developed by Apadmi, enables real time social interaction with users of BlackBerry Messenger 6 which, with its mass market reach and younger demographic, is particularly relevant to The X Factor audience. Apadmi utilised its deep technical knowledge and experience of the BlackBerry platform to develop the app within short timescales. More information is available from www.livetalkback.com or the app can be downloaded free from BlackBerry App World, but visitors can hear first-hand about how it was developed by calling onto Stand 93 at Apps World London. (more…)
Alex Kinsella from BlackBerry will be joining the agenda at Apps World next week. Alex is the team lead of product management for BlackBerry App World at Research in Motion. He works with the BlackBerry developer community to ensure RIM has the best in-class app store in the market.
Alex will be giving a technical presentation on the social marketing of apps and how that relates to App stores, providing a new look at the mobile app market including store sizes, consumer bases and revenue opportunities. The session will give insight into how to create a social graph for your app and your brand.
BlackBerry will also be joining the exhibition, so come along to stand 52 and meet Alex and other BlackBerry representatives. It’s not too late to register for your Apps World North America pass and see Alex speak click here to register now. You can also register for the exhibition for free here.
An interactive conference deserves an interactive app. SMWF and Apps World Asia have teamed up with TalkBox to develop this year’s event app, bringing you a unique way to communicate at this year’s conference. TalkBox is all about sending messages with your voice. It’s an application dedicated to saving you the trouble and time of typing so you can get your message across fast!
Talk the message and get your emotions delivered instantly, with no ambiguity in your meaning! Forget SMS and BBM this is the new way to instantly communicate for free with no obligation to reply right away and the ability to listen back to the messages whenever you want.
The other exciting feature of TalkBox is that it gives you the ability to send voice tweets, that are restricted to 1 minute instead of 140 characters. (more…)
Join Intel at Apps World in London on Wednesday 1st December for a free developer workshop to learn how to make money by selling your apps on the Intel AppUp Center.
Hear why you should develop for the Intel AppUp Center, learn about SDKs with live coding walkthroughs, listen to other developers already involved in the program, and talk to Intel experts in thier staffed open lab. Bring your code and questions! Want to see what to expect? View videos from past Application Labs. (more…)
The new smart phone is said to have a slide-out keyboard, and will let users swipe through screens and expand images with their fingers.
Rim are also testing a tablet device as a larger screen companion to the BlackBerry phone and could be available by the end of the year
For the full story visit WSJ here
Intersting article on the shelf life of apps stores looking at how developers are promoting themselves in an ever crowded market. Bango are a mobile analytics company that provides the technology that powers commerce for businesses targeting the growing market of internet enabled mobile phone users.
Bango are Silver Sponsors at Mobile Social Media on the 15/16th March at Olympia, London.
(Bango – 03/02/10)
With the intense coverage that mobile applications continue to attract, the content developers are already starting to investigate alternative distribution channels to the App “Stores” themselves. In the rush to follow the now crowded mobile apps market, developers are starting to realise that after all their efforts to build a mobile app, to get noticed and survive they need to look beyond the app store. (more…)