Archive for the ‘iPhone App Development’ Category

Naming your mobile app

Posted on: August 17th, 2012 by writers

The Appsfire team recently released the results of a study they ran on mobile app titles in the Apple iOS store, showing the top words that developers like to use when naming their products. The top three words: “HD”, “Lite” and “Free”. So if your product is called “Free HD Lite”, congratulations, you are the [...]

Apple the best for enterprise app developers

Posted on: August 1st, 2012 by writers

A recent survey by Appcelerator and International Data Corporation (IDC) shows that Apple’s iOS is now the favored operating system of mobile app developers for enterprise solutions. This is a big shift in the mobile developer community as the same survey conducted a year ago indicated that Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android were on equal [...]

Mobile App Development – iOS, Android or HTML5?

Posted on: May 2nd, 2012 by admin

The Million Dollar Question: Should you build a mobile native app or an HTML5 web app? Should you build iPhone first or Android first? Should you build them all at the same time? The good news is there is no right answer, the bad news is that there is no right answer. Venturebeat just wrote an [...]