Most app developers have high hopes for their creations. Independent app developers, in particular, often expect their app to receive thousands of downloads soon after its release. And why wouldn’t they? If their idea is good enough, surely people are going to rush to download it?
New social messaging app Peach has gained a heap of attention on launch - but will it be able to sustain that popularity and become a serious player, or will other apps take their best features and re-purpose them for their own users?
Reported in multiple sources from a story originally broken by the Wall Street Journal comes the news that Google is developing its own messaging app that would be assisted by its own artificial intelligence technology and chatbot capabilities.
Via the Inside AdWords blog comes news of two new types of interactive ads from Google. The first, Trial Run Ads, will allow users to test out apps for 60 seconds before actually purchasing and downloading them.
LinkedIn has unveiled its re-vamped flagship app , re-imagining the LinkedIn mobile experience and presenting your LinkedIn content in a new, Facebook-like format that’ll likely hold much appeal to many users. And while the new app is an advance, it could've delivered more.
We all use apps that request all kinds of access to you and your information for their use. The most recent evidence of this phenomenon is an online quiz from VonVon called “What Are Your Most Used Words on Facebook.” But the quiz is a black pit of privacy concerns, and we're jumping right in.
Everyone knows what Tinder is - they've either used the application themselves or they know someone who uses it. But there's a stigma that comes with using the app and that can cloud your experience. Here are some tips to help maximize your Tinder use.
Snapchat today gave users the ability to purchase pre-run 'Lenses' for $0.99 each, a move which angered some users. But rather than shy away from the criticism, Snapchat, in their own unique style, embraced it.
Snapchat has added new tools, enabling users to show videos in fast speed, reverse or slow motion. It's the latest in their efforts to maintain fun and interaction on the platform, something Snapchat excels at - but will it be enough to justify the platform's $16 billion valuation?