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App of the Week – SpeakingPhoto

SpeakingPhoto, available across all Apple devices, is now available in seven additional languages; Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, German, Japanese and Chinese.  The App which allows users to take photos, record audio, then share photos with family and friends through Facebook , YouTube or via email was launched at the beginning of 2012 in English only. “It is common for Apps to be launched in English ...

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App of the Week: Head Hunter Challenge

Lightwood Games have released their latest game across all iOS platforms. And it's got a huge feature. Head Hunter Challenge is the latest game to be built around Lightwood’s multi-screen gaming technology, which allows up to 16 devices to be connected via Bluetooth in order to create a single, enlarged playing surface.  Players then compete in teams, often intertwining limbs and digits in order to reach th ...

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The Hidden Cost of Cheap Outsourcing

By David Haynes A flashy, well-designed, feature-rich mobile app can bring tremendous value to most any business. The smartphone market is growing larger each year. If you don’t have a mobile app presence in some form, you are leaving money (and potential customers) on the table. But great apps aren’t cheap. Case in point - The British Royal Navy recently paid over £100k for its Royal Navy Engineers iPhone ...

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Review of the Google Nexus 7

Review of the Google Nexus 7 Kindles, iPads and e-reader tablets are becoming increasingly popular due to their versatility and convenience. You can use them to read books off of, play games, go online and even watch films. In addition, you can download applications onto the more recent models. Many apps have been designed to be compatible on an array of platforms which means no matter what device you have, ...

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How Ghost Trick for iOS got me into (happily) spending 10 dollars on it.

For anyone who is familiar with the App Store state it is pretty obvious that spending 10 dollars on a game shows a lot of commitment to it. Nowadays, most games are either “Free” or $0.99, some good  or somewhat niche ones are $1.99 or $2.99. I normally buy a lot of these games because they come from a respected developer or they have a lot of hype going around them or because the icon caught my attention ...

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The Commoditization of the App Market (Guest Post)

How App Developers Can Bring Value For Their Clients Seems like everyday there is a new mobile app platform being announced. Heck,  as I'm writing this article Yapp.us announced an angel round (amount undisclosed) from Kliener Perkins. These platforms promise their subscribers that they can build a native app for iOS or Android in two hours,  or other outlandish claims. So lets' add Yapp... to the already c ...

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Easy Dynamic Layouts for Static Cells in UITableViews

Just when you think you’ve finally nailed it as a mobile app developer, new technologies and techniques are introduced which seemingly blow your own knowledge to smithereens. Fortunately, we've netted some of the world’s finest mobile thought-leaders to pass on some of their knowledge. This week we caught up with one of California’s finest app developers who gave us his thoughts on static cells. Name: Adam ...

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Could YOU Be the Next App Billionaire?

For the best part of 3 years, Angry Birds has been considered the yardstick by which all genuine app success was measured. We've all played the games, we've all seen the plush toys and we've all been hit in the face by an inflatable Angry Birds balloon in our local shopping mall. But in the last few weeks, a relatively new and somewhat welcome phenomenon has begun: other apps are getting hot. First, there w ...

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Mobile Marketing Live – the UK’s newest mobile extravaganza!

Mobile Marketing Live is a new two-day conference and exhibition for the global mobile marketing business. The first Mobile Marketing Live event will take place in London on 1 and 2 October 2012, at the Business Design Centre in Islington. The event will incorporate a two-day conference; exhibition, with 500 square metres of exhibition space; mobile training sessions, and one-on-one meetings. The conference ...

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11 Top Tips to Becoming an Ace iPhone App Developer

Just 5 years ago, if you mentioned the phrase ‘App Developer’, many would have assumed that you were referring to the web.  The iPhone had just been born but was yet to include third party Apps (which would finally come to the world via the launch of the App Store some 18 months later). Fast forward to 2012 and the boom in App development and (more importantly) iPhone App Developers means that Apps in the A ...

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