Mobile technology has increasingly become an everyday part of the connected consumer’s life. Not only are apps becoming more central to our lifestyle, they are also considered the new battleground for brand loyalty. If businesses want to retain customers and capitalise on their digitally savvy behaviour, they must build a compelling mobile presence through apps.
App creation is a long and rigorous process and even with all the hard work and dedication involved, success is still not guaranteed. Mobile app downloads will cross 269.69 billion by 2017 according to a recent study published by Statista, and in this competitive landscape, it is of utmost importance to understand and measure the… Read more »
In the last year alone, the flurry of technological advancement in mobile devices has been truly astounding. Aside from the functionality that these devices now offer to users, these developments have also caused a paradigm shift in the publishing industry.
We won the ANZ Made in Brisbane Award for High-Growth Business Start-Up at the Lord Mayor’s Business Awards! Now some of you might have already heard about it, but nothing feels official until it’s on the blog.
Here at Liquid State, ‘the cloud’ is essential to the way we operate. Our cloud-based digital publishing system is only possible because of the revolutionary technology that is cloud computing for startups. Just a few years ago, we couldn’t have existed.
As I and so many others have said before, the publishing industry has been offered a way of remaining relevant in an increasingly technological society, in the form of mobile publishing.
Recent research from global market intelligence firm, IDC, indicates that Android devices have seen a rapid increase in popularity in 2012 and 2013. According to IDC figures, Android tablets are set to dominate the market in the near future, even surpassing their biggest competitor, the Apple iPad.
I was very excited to hear European tech startup blog Venture Village wanted to feature Liquid State as their Startup of the Week. Many of the Venture Village team are, like us, Australians who love Berlin – so there’ll always be allegations of favouritism.