All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘mobile apps’

Mobile App Facts Revealed [Infographic]

Mobile users love apps. There’s an app for just about anything and consumers are downloading them at an unbelievable rate. In fact, a majority of users download more than five new apps a month. That’s crazy! What’s more is people are spending time using these app, and in some cases they spend more time with apps than they do on …

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Ask PollRoll App Aims To Help Users Navigate Through SXSW

Ask has debuted a new mobile app at SXSW, which a company spokesperson tells WebProNews “combines the instant gratification of a poll with the answer depth and social context of a Q&A service.” “The app will help users in Austin cut through the noise to determine what the best panels, restaurants and parties are and will also help shape how …

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Smart Online Launches Apps For Dummies

Haven’t you heard, building your own apps is the latest technology craze? Last week we reported that Amazon Simple Workflow will be helping consumers create, manage, and maintenance their own apps. Today, Smart Online is introducing their service to help users do the same for mobile apps. This tuesday, the company will demonstrate their new service at a global marketing …

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Facebook Drives Traffic To Mobile Apps

Facebook mobile has been a huge success for the company and it has even brought the riches to mobile app developers who are on Facebook. James Pearce took to the Facebook developers blog to give some tips on how developers can grow their mobile apps and games with the Facebook platform. Pearce says that Facebook has 425 million monthly users …

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Twitter Updates Mobile Apps for Android, iPhone

For those of you who use the official Twitter mobile app on either your iPhone or your Android smartphone, it’s update time. Both platforms are seeing and “new and improved” Twitter app, although, the changes are a bit cosmetic; at least for the iOS environment. Over at the Twitter blog, the changes are detailed, and for Android users, there isn’t …

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Porn Apps For Android Quite Popular, Infographic Shows

MiKandi, which provides an app store for adults, has put together an infographic looking at “a year in the life of adult apps” for mobile devices. There’s nothing graphic, but if you’re offended by adult words, be warned that there are some of those. “Despite spending NO money on marketing and having NO distribution through the other Android App Markets …

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FTC Totally Concerned About Privacy On Mobile Apps For Kids

In all likelihood, mobile app developers probably don’t discriminate when it comes to sponging information from kids and adults alike. To most of them, private info is a bunch of little white pellets and they are insatiable Pac-Mans. However, the lack of information regarding how developers might be collecting info specifically on children has the Federal Trade Commission shock-and-awed so …

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Madden 12 For Android, iPhone On Sale For 99 Cents Ahead Of Super Bowl

Update: The game is on sale for 99 cents on both Android and iOS. EA Sports has decided to reduce the price of Madden 12 for Android ahead of the Super Bowl. It’s usually $4.99, but if you go the Android Market right now, you can grab it for 99 cents. That’s a pretty good deal for the Android version …

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Yahoo Mobile Apps Wave Goodbye

Yahoo announced that it will no longer be supporting a number of its mobile apps. These include: Yahoo Meme (iPad/iPhone), Yahoo Mim (iPad), Yahoo Answers (Android), Yahoo AppSpot (Android/iPhone), Yahoo Deals (iPhone), Yahoo Finance (Blackberry), Yahoo Movies (Android), Yahoo News (Android), Yahoo Shopping (iPhone) and Yahoo Sketch-a-search (iPad and iPhone). “Our plan is to keep moving, to keep innovating, and …

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The Daily Comes To Android, Starting With Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Daily, the News Corp. publication originally launched as an experimental news app for the iPad, is now moving beyond the iPad and into Android territory. The publication announced that it will come pre-loaded on the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and other tablets, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, after that. Devices will also get the app with an …

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All Jacked Up Aims To Rival Shake Weight With 99 Cent iPhone App

App developer ArchSquare has released an app called All Jacked Up, aimed at replacing the shake weight in your exercise routine. You know you use it: Just because it’s funny, here’s the entire press release: Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s true. Shake Weight might be out-stroked by the iPhone app “All Jacked Up.” You, too, can have all the benefits …

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Facebook Shuts Down Snaptu

In January, mobile app developer Snaptu created a Facebook app for feature phones. A couple months later, Facebook acquired the company. Now, Snaptu itself is closing down, though its team will continue to work on Facebook’s mobile experience. In an announcement on the company blog, Snaptu writes: On Dec 26th we will be closing the Snaptu service. We’ve put a …

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