This guest-post is courtesy of our partners at Tooploox.
A new Apple feature was shown during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. The key concept behind it is to enrich apps with a set of triggers that enable the user to launch them before installation.
This guest-post is courtesy of our partners at PubNative.
After the launch of the App Store in 2008, there has been a plethora of mobile app releases every year, and a number of monetization models to accompany them.
This guest-post is courtesy of our partners at Buuuk.
Wearables have been in the market for some time now. Wearable technology in healthcare includes electronic devices that can be used to collect, store, monitor, and report data of users’ health parameters. Technology has provided products such as blood pressure monitors, diabetes trackers, and pacemakers. There are many devices available in the market that can track our fitness parameters. But factors such as an increased awareness of health and illnesses, changing patient expectations, aging population, overworked medical workforce, and rising healthcare costs are bringing in unique demands on the healthcare industry.
This guest-post is courtesy of our partners at Tapadoo.
The number of apps available on the app stores reached 5.5 billion in Q1 of this year. The competition among apps is high and the choice for users is wide.
Assuming you’ve invested in app store optimisation, your app has climbed the app ranks and users are starting to download it, what next?