Smartphone adoption trend is on the rise and with a myriad of hardware players trying to disrupt the large markets like India and China, the uptake in..Read More
The acquisition of WhatsApp and Viber, plus the IPO rumors of Line and WeChat have made the messaging app landscape an interesting space to watch. The South..Read More
Iterating and optimizing a mobile app is a painfully slow and tedious process as mobile app developers across the globe will agree. It usually requires countless cycles..Read More
How is this for an elevator pitch: Vedantu, started in October, 2012, enables professional training institutes, schools and universities, educational publishing houses or any teacher to launch..Read More
We know that Mobile application development has progressed amazingly well in the global ecosystem. With Android and iOS already in market, the new players like Mozilla and Ubuntu..Read More
Apple announced on Tuesday that their customers spent over $10 billion in the App Store in 2013, of that over $1 billion was spent in December alone. Through “App..Read More
The mobile app economy really kicked off with the launch of the iOS App store in 2008. Platforms like Ovi for Symbian and S40, Windows Mobile and Blackberry were around earlier, but none generated the excitement or the revenues of the iOS App store.
Competitors followed suit: Google launched the Android marketplace in 2008 (later rechristened as Google Play), followed by the Windows Phone marketplace in 2009. The much acclaimed Qt-based MeeGo was stillborn, with Nokia announcing its demise before its official launch, and served more as a developer playground.
In the period between 2012 and 2013, five new mobile platforms – Tizen, Blackberry 10, Firefox mobile, Ubuntu, Sailfish – have been announced or commercially launched. Read more about these platforms here.
Suddenly, it seems, everyone’s courting developers.Read More