It’s no longer enough to just develop an app for one platform. Most businesses and brands need to target myriad device types. However, developing for all platforms is challenging, especially for a company with limited resources. Fortunately, cross-platform app development frameworks help solve this problem.
Australia is home to 537 local councils that are managed by over 6,600 councilors. With a growing population, local councils need to find different avenues to engage the 15.3 million of the 24 million Australians who have a smartphone (IAB Australia). One local council in the city of Logan, Queensland, has done just that using… Read more »
As the mobile ecosystem continues to expand, businesses are creating mobile apps to capture the connected consumer. Ideally, mobile apps should be developed for both the major app platforms, iOS and Android. However, there is often debate around which platform is best to build on first.
In a market currently dominated by Android and Apple iOS, Windows Phone has been pushed aside. But the end of 2013 saw Microsoft’s market share increase as Windows Phone claimed the title of the fastest growing smartphone platform, and it has been predicted that in three years Microsoft will overtake Apple. It has been a while,… Read more »
Anyone who’s ever tried to get their typography right knows that mobile OSes are a nightmare. You could be pretty confident that the font you liked best on iOS would default to something horrible on Android, but until now, just trying to figure out which fonts are supported on which platform has been a guaranteed… Read more »
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.