The mobile application industry is huge and it’s growing by the day. In the past year, Apple has distributed over $10 billion to developers while over a billion Android devices were shipped. The total value of the mobile app industry is expected to grow to $77 billion by 2017. Just as how it was with the dot-com boom of the late ‘90s, those who were lucky enough to catch the mobile app wave in the early stages are most likely doing really well right now.
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It’s the mind-wrenching question that never really gets answered … should I develop for iOS or Android?
In the fiercely competitive, always-on mobile environment, you face unique performance testing challenges. With more than 50% of your traffic coming from mobile devices, delivering the best possible user experience is non-negotiable. But how do you ensure your mobile app performans well across a fragmented device landscape, while keeping pace with rapid release cycles?
It’s September, and in the mobile universe that means one thing: Apple’s big fall event and the announcement of the new iPhone. 2016 has been a rough year for Apple, which experienced its first decline in revenues in 13 years. iPhone revenue declined 18% year over year in the first quarter of 2016, and even more worrisome, iPhone revenue in China was down 26%. Some are wondering: is Apple’s staggering growth run – which has made it the world’s most valuable company -- finally over? Have we reached “Peak Apple?” While considering this, it’s useful to look at the smartphone landscape to see where Apple’s current trajectory fits in to larger industry trends as a whole.
Mobile device management (MDM) is the administrative area dealing with deploying, securing, monitoring, integrating and managing mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, in the workplace. The intent of MDM is to optimize the functionality and security of mobile devices within the enterprise, while simultaneously protecting the corporate network.
For a long time now, mobile apps have remained a mysterious place for online marketers. However, using mobile apps requires that marketers re-educate themselves if they are to become successful and gain popularity in the marketplace.
On 17 June 1946, a driver in St. Louis pulled out a handset from under his car’s dashboard, placed a phone call and made history. It was the first mobile telephone call, placed on a system inaugurated by Southwestern Bell, one of AT&T’s local operating companies.
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