The Evolution of Mobile Banking

Mobile devices are reshaping the world as we know, gradually transforming our lives, daily behaviors, and how we do business with banks. Together with the evolution of mobile technologies, customers also evolved, pushing banks to be more consumer-driven.

3 Big Reasons You Need a Mobile App for Your Small Business

Regardless of the size or the industry, mobile apps have become a big part of every business! Whether you are a fresh new startup looking for your moment in the spotlight, or an already established small business looking to attract new customers, you should definitely be keeping an eye on mobile apps! We bring you

Mobile Apps are the New Facebook

If you’re one of the 1,575,453 viewers of the Facebook Fraud video, then you already know why all those present on Facebook with their brands have good reason for concern. Long story short, the video shows the black market of the Like economy – with the author’s fan page acquiring fake fans, even though he

Top 9 simple ideas in mobile technology that have made millions

The road from an idea to its realization is long and paved with numerous difficulties. Nevertheless, with a little luck a good idea will often pay off, especially if we’re talking about some kind of a technological innovation. After all, we’re living in a high-tech, interactive, mobile era. Here are some examples of good and

Think Vertical When Creating a Mobile Business Strategy

  Each new year offers new ways to latch onto emerging trends and start a business anew, or revamp your existing strategy.  For upstart app creators looking to take advantage of opportunities afforded by more devices in hands than ever, the issue many face is a vision that encompasses every opportunity possible. Vertical markets, oft-shortened

3 things why Android might disrupt iPhone market share

My excitement about Android is like a roller coaster ride. We were one of the companies that applied for Android challenge in 2008 and were very excited about Mobile First designed brand new OS, but after it took more than a year to actually get first Android device on the market and those first devices

Why App Download Numbers Don’t Matter

It’s easy to view apps as a simple commodity in which one app download equals one unit of success. Most app creators approach the process with stars in their eyes, that their app will be the next million download hit. Sorry to say, but there’s a 99% chance that’s not going to happen. It’s important to let

Acing the App Store Approval, Part 1: Understanding the Nitty Gritty

Since the birth of the App Store four years ago, Apple’s App Review process has never stopped stirring discussions in developer forums. There are multiple reasons for that: a certain mystery around the approval policies, ambiguity and frequent changes, impact of the reviewer’s subjective opinion on the outcome of the approval, and Apple’s biased rejection

Mobile First: It is time to persist, not pivot.

A few articles written in last couple of weeks got my attention. One is from Vibhu Norby and his explanation on why they are pivoting from Mobile First to web. The other two are RWW’s hilarious recap of the state of Silicon Valley startup scene and Marc Andreesen’s post on why sometimes it actually might be