After the smartphone started gaining popularity about 10 years ago, it did not take long for mobile devices to displace personal computers as the dominant method of accessing the Internet. With such a large portion of website traffic originating from mobile phones and their installed apps, any business that is successful, or desires to be, needs to know how their mobile sites and apps are being used by their customers in order to increase the success of their marketing campaigns and improve sales.
Worry Free LabsPreparing Your Apps for iOS9: What You Need to Know
Tools to help you avoid frustrating your users! With so many improvements and new features iniOS9, such as the Apple News app, a smarterSiri, low-power mode, and, for the iPad, new multi-tasking options, many users will be upgrading as soon as possible or buying a new device withiOS9already installed. For developers, this means that now is the time to make sure that your apps are ready foriOS9. There are several new requirements foriOS9apps that are important to know about, as well as enhancements that could prove useful to your apps.
Worry Free LabsMBaaS – State of the Art in Enterprise App Development
For developers, setting up and managing a cloud-based backend for their mobile app can be time consuming. Enterprise apps may require a great deal of features, including synchronization, support for push notifications, expert file handling and other features before the front end of the app itself can work. On top of this, there is potentially cross-platform testing and management, plus web-based applications to wrangle, creating the need for a multitude of systems and structures in place before app development can be completed.
Worry Free LabsApple Watch UX – Wins and Challenges for Early App Developers
The rush is on as thousands of popular apps on the iPhone and iPad join the fray on the new Apple Watch. But as early adopters have learned, what works beautifully on one system can’t always be ported directly to another. Let’s take a closer look at some user interface challenges faced by early adopter apps and how they’ve shifted their focus for this new consumer innovation.