From looking up directions on Google Maps to hailing a taxi via Uber, geolocation apps have become a backbone for many thriving businesses. But can you develop an app that would enjoy similar success?
Starbucks knows when I go to work. Their app can access my location and purchase history. So when I pass by the nearest coffee shop, it sends me an offer I can’t resist – a cup of Java Chip Frappuccino (600 calories) at 25% off. And while I’m sipping this unholy goodness, here’s how similar strategy can help your business.
Choosing a core technology is one of the most important decisions that every CEO and CTO have to make. It determines how fast a mobile app can be shipped to market, what is the total cost and how painful maintenance will be.
A few years ago, the choice between native and hybrid apps seemed obvious. Native iOS/Android provided the best quality while Ionic, Cordova and PhoneGap offered a decent low-cost alternative. But now the hybrid approach has a new contender.
The idea that technology developed by one company just for one service has turned into a popular framework for Android and iOS app development sounds a bit fantastic. Anyway, it is all about React Native. But why do famous companies choose this technology for building their apps? Let’s find out!
Current digital environment is very app-focused: roughly 90% of mobile time is spent using apps. Regardless, with 3.8 million apps on Google Play and 2 million in App Store, we wondered what applications people may still miss, and we are ready to share the best app ideas with you.