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
Have you noticed some App icons strangely disappearing from your Pixel device? You are not the only one as several users have been reporting this issues recently. Its supposedly because of a small bug in the Pixel launcher that has come in with the latest security patch update from December 2019. Read More
With the advent of mobile technologies, in the era when 5 billion people have access to mobile devices, we keep saying that we are still in the very beginning and the best is yet to come. Despite the fact many technologies develop exponentially, there must be a limit…or mustn’t? Read More
Spotify has created a standalone application for kids which will be a part of the family subscription on their App. Kids will be able to listen to their favorite music and playlists both online and offline and the content will be filtered by the company to remove any inappropriate content. Read More
Snapchat has introduced a new Creative Kit that helps web developers include an easier way to add Snapchat sharing on their own desktop and mobile sites. This will make it easier for the developers who work on behalf of agencies, brands and publisher to add easy sharing options for the users who are also on Snapchat. Read More
Google has just started to rollout the dark mode on Play Store along with Play Pass subscription and some users are encountering an unusual bug on the Store. Basically, this bug is preventing the users from updating any App where the screen goes blank or it doesn’t update even after pressing the update button. Read More
Whether you ride a cycle for fun or you are passionate cyclist, a few cycling Apps would help you have a better experience. These Apps will monitor your cycling, fitness levels, keep track of distances covered and will also suggest where you can rent a cycle for a day or so. Here’s the list of the five best apps for cyclists: Read More
Bungee Girl, developed and published by the Outerbridge Ventures, is an app recently launched on the iTunes App Store and fabricated especially for the women of today’s gen who love to travel solo.
Bungee Girl connects solo female travelers who either have an equal interest in visiting each other’s city or live in the same city and have a shared interest in traveling to the same location.
The app is compatible on the iOS platform and requires iOS 8.0 or later to run. Read More
Commander One is a dual-pane file manager with keyboard and mouse synergy for OS X. It provides you with all the functions that you need while working with files – view, edit, copy from server to server, delete, create, and more. It ensures safe and fast file through FTP, SFTP and FTPS as it offers tabbed browsing and multiple connections at a time plus, you can map FTP server as your local drive to work with files as if they are located at your local machine. Read More