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Written by: admin, on 2014-07-09

July’s Google’s Android distribution numbers are bringing some pretty cool news for Android fans. Android 4.4 KitKat now runs on 17.9% of Android devices, rising 4% from last month. Jelly Bean is still the most used version of Android. There are three versions of Android 4.4 KitKat, which isn’t shown in the distribution numbers. There’s […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-06-03

The mobile app development is probably one of the most competitive industries in the world. In order to achieve success with an iOS app, you have to stick to a few guidelines: Make it Aesthetic iOS is known for its attention to detail. When your app is ready to go to the App Store, screenshots […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-06-03

For over 800 million iPhones, iPads and iPods owners that use the company’s iOS operating system, the biggest news is the rollout of its latest version, iOS 8. The new system is due to be released this fall and it will update some of the existing features but it will also add some new ones. Here […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-05-07

Kantar Worldpanel ComTech new data reveals Google Android is still in the lead. Most of the surveyed countries, including the EU, Australia, China, the United States and Great Britain show Android holding a comfortable lead. Apple, however, still managed to take the lead in a number of countries, including Japan, primarily due to the strong […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-05-06

Apple released its updated figures on iOS adoption, revealing that 87% of devices are running iOS 7, 11% still on iOS 6 and 2% on earlier OS versions. By comparison, according to Android device information, only around 8% of those using Google’s mobile OS are using Kit Kat (4.4) or higher. Quick conclusion: Apple users are […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-05-06

All developers are aware that any app in the app store sends 30% straight to Apple, leaving them with a 70% cut. For international sales, that percentage may vary due to tiered pricing & commission structure for each country’s currency. Apple converts other currencies into the developer’s currency using the exchange rate, but its pricing […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-04-10

Choosing the name of the blog is one of the first steps when starting a new blog. The name you choose must be in the same time unique, descriptive and concise, recallable and easy to spell in order to target its audience. Choosing a name for a blog is a decision that can happen in […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-04-10

A Blog Name Generator is very useful when you find yourself trying to connect your brand and your targeted keywords in an unique domain name. The blog name has to be original, descriptive but also concise, easy to remember, to spell and pronounce. A good blog name also enhances your SEO efforts. When using these tools, you should […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-03-26

How to quickly improve the web design – part 1 8. Make every page look and behave as a landing page. Website design assumes that the visitor enters the website through the home page and then he navigates into the site. Considering a large amount of visitors use a search engine, most of them start […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-03-25

1. Your website logo is the most important part of your brand. Make sure you use a professional logo, placed prominently on your site that links to the home page so that visitors can easily navigate to it. 2. Intuitive navigation is a must. Primary navigation should be a horizontal menu / bar along the top of the site. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-03-24

With mobile devices nowadays being connected as any PC you should take the same precautions on your mobile device as you do on your computer. Whether you’re a new Internet user or an expert, these advices can help you navigate the web safely and securely. 1. Keep it clean Mobile devices are computers with software that […]

Written by: admin, on 2014-03-20

Whether you plan to build an ecommerce website or a presentation website, using professional photography is a must. Here are a few reasons to clarify this statement: When a customer is interested in your product, he desires a quality item that’s worth the money. In an online store he won’t be able to pick an […]

Written by: Jane D, on 2014-02-26

The Sailfish operating system is a Linux-based mobile operating system and it has been developed by a few former employees of Nokia, who worked on the MeeGo operating system that was being developed in partnership with computer chip giant Intel. Jolla, the Finnish smartphone and Sailfish OS developer, announced that Jolla’s mobile operating system Sailfish OS has […]

Written by: admin, on 2014-02-25

More processing power to work with Apple released its 5S iPhone with a A7 64-bit processor chip. Samsung and Qualcomm are expected to deliver a similar chip with comparable processing power during 2014, allowing mobile app developers to have a bit more power to increased performance in terms of graphics and memory for mobile apps. […]

Written by: Dan C, on 2014-02-25

Suppose someone spoofs a link text (anchor) and instead what is says, it directs to some site that could hurt your computer. Whenever you hover over a hyperlink, in the bottom left corner you can see where that link goes. Since the last Google Chrome update, that feature is missing. This “bug” is not new, […]