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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘app developers’

Is It Worth It To Build And Maintain A Mobile App?

If you want to make money in today’s market, you’re going to have to make a mobile app. That’s at least what it seems like when you look at financially successful apps like Angry Birds and Minecraft: Pocket Edition. As it turns out, however, these are anomalies in a market full of mobile apps that make little to no money. …

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Google Thinks These Android Apps Are Beautiful

Just last week, Google revealed what it felt were the best games available for Android devices. While games may make up a large portion of Android’s catalog of apps, they’re by no means the only apps available. For all the other apps, Google has released a list of what it considers to be the most beautifully designed Android apps. So, …

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Amazon Says Its Appstore Is Just Like A Pizza Parlor

Have you developed a game for the Amazon Appstore? Perhaps your still on the fence? If so, Amazon has a new infographic that should help you understand why it thinks you should be developing for its platform. In a new infographic released today called “Amazon Appstore’s Developer Parlor,” the retailer compares its digital app platform to a pizza parlor. Why? …

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Facebook Developers Gets A New Web Site

For the longest time, developers of Facebook apps were met with the same ol’ Web site when they visited the official Facebook Developers portal. Now those same developers are in for a treat as Facebook has decided to give its developer portal a complete makeover. Facebook Developers announced today on its blog that it completely remodeled its Web site to …

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These Are The Best Designed Android Apps According To Google

Are you working on an Android app and want to know how to best stick to Google’s guidelines while inserting your own personality into it? Well, that’s certainly a tall order for most indie developers, but it is possible. In fact, Google has a list of what it feels are the best designed Android apps currently available. In the latest …

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Application Craft Is The Latest To Bring App Development To The Masses

Development is hard. This becomes especially apparent when one is trying to build an application in the always growing mobile economy. There are app platforms that try to make development easier, but improvements can only be a good thing. That’s where Application Craft hopes to come in. UK-based Application Craft announced the availability of their app development platform today. They …

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Amazon Details Kindle Fire HD Development Requirements

The Kindle Fire HD is launching later this week. Amazon needs developers on board to make sure early adopters have plenty of apps to use once they get their hands on the device in the coming weeks. They already released the tools that developers will need, but they’re now just getting around to detailing the requirements. The Kindle Fire and …

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App Engine 1.7.0 Released at Google I/O

Released today, App Engine 1.7.0 and with it they are offering both SNI and VIP based SSL, which means low cost and universal support. That’s right, developers can serve their applications via HTTPS on custom domains. Here’s the lowdown from Google’s App Engine blog: Server Name Indication (SNI): This allows multiple domains to share the same IP address while still …

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Ford’s Keyfree Password Manager Blows the Heads Off Competition

Ford has been desperately seeking a competitive advantage in creating an exceptional and undeniable driving experience, and their efforts have really paid off with this next innovation. Quite simple in its design, it is a Chrome extension that stores all your passwords for Google, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and many others. Combine this with a previously authorized smartphone, and you have …

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Mozilla And National Science Foundation Unite For Mozilla Ignite

Mozilla is probably the biggest proponent, outside of Google, of the power of the Web. They don’t believe in closed platforms or proprietary software. They believe in a future where everything is powered by a simple Web browser. To help advance that future, the non-profit is announcing a new contest. Mozilla and the National Science Foundation will be announcing a …

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Windows Phone Marketplace Gets Strict With Submissions

If there’s one complaint one could levy against the iTunes app store and Google Play, it would be that both are filled with a lot of trash. Little developers create an obviously lazy attempt at cashing in on the app craze or they outright steal somebody else’s app for their own purposes. It’s sad, but it’s common when both app …

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