So Apps World Germany in Berlin is next on our list for 2016 and with the launch of the Apps World Origins programme for next year, I thought this blog was the perfect opportunity to have a look at the startup tech scene in Berlin.
With stats flying about like ‘a new startup is founded every 20 minutes in Berlin’, and ‘100,000 new jobs in Berlin by 2020’, it looks like Berlin is the place to be for startups in 2016. But does it compete with London? NEVER! (OK ...
Ever since eBooks exploded onto the publishing industry, we’ve seen a bevy of reading apps compete with one another—which seems right. After all, not all reading apps can provide you with same level and quality of experience. That’s why it pays to pick the right one for your phone.
Variety of Reading Materials
Nook is a stellar choice for a reading app. Given how huge Barnes and Nobles is, using the Nook app gives you instant access to a whole lot of reading materials, from books to ...
Many perceive the mobile product development process as a complex and costly one, as product owners can get deterred by a series of factors dealing with analysing the market, choosing a certain type of app, estimating the costs, deciding upon the execution, etc. Nevertheless, all of these steps are equally important, as neglecting some may have devastating effects upon the others and cause delays in the release.
The mobile product development process as a whole comprises several distinctive phases which we’re going to discuss and carefully analyse in this ...
Understanding how much does a mobile app cost to make is vital information for companies that opt for mobility.
Before obtaining an application the first question that pops into the mind of the client is “the price”. So how much does it cost to make an app? Over the years the mobile application market has been expanding at great speed. However, there are still a number of unknown aspects in this market. In fact, actually knowing the price of a mobile application is a common question among business customers.
Eighteen-year-old tech prodigy James Anderson is one of the most fascinating developers/innovators/entrepreneurs appearing at Apps World Europe (18 - 19 November 2015, ExCel) in London next week. Anderson learnt to code at just seven, and is the founder of Thinkspace, a space in schools around the world where students can learn how to code, backed by Richard Branson, Steve Wozniak, Stephen Fry & others. Here Anderson tells us about his precocious passion for coding and entrepreneurship, and details his new app Zest.
Thomas Campbell: Hi James. First of all, can ...
Thomas Campbell talks to distinguished mobile innovator and Apps World speaker Rorie Devine, current CTO for on-demand services app BIZZBY.
Thomas Campbell: First things first Rorie. Could you tell us a bit about your background in mobile development?
Rorie Devine: Back in 200 I was in the UK press for generating dynamic WAPP content on a phone, which was the first time it had been done in the UK I think. When WAPP came out it was very much little bits of static content you could access, and I found ...
What is the key to effective innovation in mobile?
Everyone is on mobile now but that doesn't mean you can generalise. Each device has it's own rhythm and cadence. We see now that mobile consumers are more demanding than ever and expect unprecedented consistency across devices. Innovations that provide this and personalise consumer interactions are the real differentiators in the market.The most important thing is to understand your audience. A technically flawless and innovative product that doesn't fill a need or solve a problem will struggle ...
Jumio is a leading identity management and credentials company that helps businesses reduce fraud and increase revenue while providing a fast, seamless customer experience. The company utilises proprietary computer vision technology to reduce customer sign-up and checkout friction and verify credentials issued from over 120 countries in real-time web and mobile transactions. Jumio's products are leveraged by a wide range of clients; from the leading internet companies to start-ups, Fortune 500 and FTSE 350 organisations in the financial services, sharing economy retail, travel and online gaming sectors. Jumio is ...
Degree 53 focus on helping customers provide exceptional user experiences to grow their own businesses, maximise customer service and increase the value of their websites , mobile apps and bespoke applications . With this in mind it was only right that we were involved in one of Europe’s largest mobile app conferences.
What’s in it for you?
1. FREE Advice: We’re here to help! If you have any questions about your mobile and app
strategy or solution come and talk with us at stand 341.
2. REAL INSIGHT: If ...
Boox are a firm of chartered accountants, helping developers and small businesses to spend more time on growing their businesses, and less time on managing their finances. We provide an online accounting solution for freelancers and small businesses across the UK, combining our beautifully crafted accounting app with support and advice from a dedicated accountant whenever you need it.
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How Glu stay on the cutting edge of development on all mobile platforms.
Niccolo De Masi, CEO & President, Glu Mobile