If you’ve been wondering what the buzz about Voice Search and Augmented Reality is, this blog post will clear the air. With unprecedented advances in technology and the way smartphones, wearables and other gadgets are transforming our lives, there is no limit to what they can do.
‘Keep making apps. The world is depending on you”.
That’s what Apple emphatically said in the kick-off video of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) held earlier this June. The video depicted the world in utter chaos in the absence of apps and with it, Apple invoked all developers to keep on making apps.
Did you notice the shift? Young consumers today rely less on celebrity endorsements and more on recommendations from their friends and peers on social media. So if you want to get more people to download your app, you need to go where they are looking. Social media is abundant with influencers in every niche and these influencers have very loyal fan followings. If you can get these influencers to endorse your app, you are likely to get an entire fan-base to download it.
With the new Android Nougat update, Google has introduced a number of interesting features like Multi-Window Support, Direct Reply from Notification, Quick Settings Tile API, VR Support, and Image Keyboard Support. Among all these features, we will shed light on App Shortcuts.
App Shortcuts were introduced in Android 7.1 (API level 25). App Shortcuts allow users to perform multiple actions within a short period of time with relatively less effort. Shortcuts let users quickly start common or recommended tasks within your app. Continue reading How To Code Android App Shortcuts Like A Pro
With over 2 million apps available for download today, competition is fierce. Just creating an app isn’t enough. Neither is celebrating a large number of downloads. It really doesn’t matter if 1 million people downloaded your app in its first week if half of them never returned to use it.