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The Real Costs of Building a Mobile App for iOS and Android – Entrepreneur

In a world that has grown increasingly dependent on mobile technology, you should consider having a customized mobile application for your business. In 2014, 60 percent of online traffic came from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. By 2016, that figure had reached 65 percent. The increasing popularity of the smartphone has led to a high demand for mobile apps. The mobile app industry generated ... Read More »

How Xcertia plans to introduce standards for mobile health apps – MobiHealthNews

Xcertia, the new standards body for mobile apps that launched late last year at the Connected Health Conference, held a meeting at HIMSS to explain more about the organization’s approach and to extend a plea for more industry voices to join the membership-based organization. The founding members include the American Medical Association, the American Heart Association, HIMSS, and DHX Group. ... Read More »

Top 5 Fun Mobile Bitcoin Apps Worth Checking Out – The Merkle

Slowly but surely, bitcoin is starting to gain ground in the mobile apps department. There is a growing number of bitcoin-related games in all of the major app stores right now, which helps put cryptocurrency into the hands of most people with relative ease. Below is a short list of mobile applications well worth checking out. We can only hope to ... Read More »

The changing shape of mobile apps –

In the mobile device world, there is no such thing as one size fits all. Although just two mobile platforms dominate the market today – Android and iOS – applications will need to work well on devices of all shapes and sizes, from the sleekest smartphones to the bulkiest tablets. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and ... Read More »

Hong Kong rolls out gov't-funded mobile apps for digital inclusion – Enterprise Innovation

Hong Kong’s Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) recently introduced a new batch of government-funded mobile apps developed by non-profit social service organizations. The apps were developed by non-governmental organizations that have been serving the relevant target groups, including persons with visual or hearing impairment, elders, and children with learning difficulties or Down Syndrome. With a good understanding ... Read More »

Top 7 mobile apps used by millennial entrepreneurs to get ahead – Global Young Voices (blog)

Pexels</a>” > According to a survey provided by Forbes in July 2016, here are the top seven mobile applications millennials with entrepreneurial skills are using to get ahead. Evernote: Note-taking app Evernote is a note-taking tool that helps workers keep track of everything in their busy life and stay productive at all times. It can be used to generate to-do ... Read More »

Hackers could use mobile apps to steal connected cars, says Kaspersky – The Internet of Business (blog)

Hackers could use mobile apps to steal connected cars, says Kaspersky Researchers from IT security company Kaspersky have warned drivers that internet-connected cars could be at risk of being stolen or remotely controlled as car makers rush out products without properly securing them. Kaspersky’s Mikhail Kuzin and Victor Chebyshev warn in a blog post that by using proprietary mobile apps, it ... Read More »

A long way before we can trust mobile health apps, say experts in US – Daily News & Analysis

Mobile health apps available today can test haemoglobin levels, tell whether a person has osteoporosis and even check their lung function. As per estimates by IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics in 2015, there were around 1,65,000 mobile based health-care apps across the world, with a total of over one billion downloads. Mobile applications, in recent years, have become popular in ... Read More »