YouTube is a primary source of all kinds of entertainment for all users, with only a fraction of users creating content through the mobile app. Google wants to encourage users to create more content, and for that they have made changes to the layout of the home page of the mobile app, emphasizing the “create” button. Read More
Amidst the series of lash-outs and lawsuits between Apple and Epic Games, Apple made another move (read: mistake). The company had asked WordPress to monetize the free App and, as rumors had had it, the latter had agreed to it. Apple wanted WordPress to include native payment options in the App so that it could earn its traditional 30% cut. Read More
At a time when digital books have taken over the world, bibliophiles are looking for ways to get their hands on as many books as possible. E-books Apps have become their savior, especially during this unfortunate time of worldwide quarantine. It’s really important to find Apps that provide a wide variety of eBooks that cover everyone’s tastes in literature. We have handpicked Top 5 Apps For Reading Books that can be your best buddy when boredom hits you during the lockdown. Read More
LuckyCrush is a new site for users to have random video chats with strangers online. It’s a way to anonymously chat and flirt for straight adult people.
On the platform, guys are matched with random girls and vice versa, through live video chat. They can either chat while speaking to each other out loud or write to each other while looking at each other on webcam. Read More
Trust Instagram to keep bringing updates that will keep you hooked to the App. The newest on the list is the “Suggested Posts” feature.
With this feature rolling out to all the users across the world, Instagram will now show only the brand new posts on your feed. After browsing through them, when, as Instagram says, “You’re All Caught Up”, the App will start showing you content that you don’t follow. Don’t worry as you can still revisit the old posts from accounts that you follow. Read More
Instagram’s latest update is offering a universal QR code that will help users share and access other profiles simply by scanning the QR code through any camera App. Read More
Android devices have grown to be very capable and powerful machines. This has opened various possibilities on what your phone can do. The cameras are getting better, the specs are getting beefier. The great combination of the two along with the right set of video editing apps would make your smartphone a really versatile device to support film making on the go. Keeping that in mind, we have rounded out the Top 5 Video Editing Apps For Android that you absolutely need to get your hands on: Read More
It’s no secret that mobile apps are taking over our daily lives with 5 billion mobile users spending up to 90% of their screen time using apps. When we first entered the digital age, you heard that your company had to have a website so many times a day that I’m sure you got sick of the advice. Well, now the same is being said for brands needing to have their own app. In fact, in a recent New York Times article, Jon Hudson who is VP of customer solutions and innovation at Criteo said that “If you’re a brand and you don’t have an app strategy or you aren’t investing in your app development, then it’s going to be really hard for you to engage and monetize the fastest growing populations, which are mobile shoppers.”
Similar to launching new small businesses, many new apps that hit the market will fail, sending their developers back to the drawing board to find a new angle. According to Digital Authority, who wrote an entire mobile app development guide, if you don’t have a solid marketing plan in place before you launch then you are destined for failure. App marketing trends are evolving quickly and if you’re still using the same methods that worked 5 years ago then you’re already behind. Here are some of the top tips for marketing apps in 2020. Read More