HTML5 vs Native App battle has been going on from long now. While most mobile app developers with enough time and money resources still prefer to go with Native Apps, others are using HTML5 or Hybrid apps to reduce development time.This infographic by TechAhead list important points through visually rich graphics.
In recent years there has been a remarkable trend among today’s schools – the adoption of Google Apps technology. Google Apps for Education is quickly gaining traction because connectivity is now an essential part of everyday learning. Backupify has thousands of users representing the education sector. This infographic is a visual interpretation showing how schools are adopting Google.
Every great food dish requires a recipe, but according to Intellicore of Scotland this rule does not just apply to food but also to apps! In the following infographic you’ll find 8 useful ingredients that may help you serve a quality mobile application at your next dinner party.
Smartphone users love free apps–which means mobile app developers can struggle when attempting to profit from their creations. Although they want to create a top-quality app experience, they also need to earn money to improve and make a living. The infographic below, compiled by StartApp, details strategies developers can use to profit from their creations without annoying users or disrupting the in-app experience.
When you’re heading off into the unknown for your next great adventure, having detailed information about where to go, what to do and what to avoid can make or break your trip. Smartphones enable us to keep all this info to hand, so HRS has rounded up the very best travel apps that will enhance your holiday of a lifetime.
It’s no surprise that smartphone use is on the rise, and with that comes an increase in app use. Restaurant apps help customers find important information about restaurants near them so they can choose where to go. This infographic by QSRweb.com takes a look at the top 35 restaurant apps being used by consumers currently.
Android has been growing at a rapid pace, and 2012 was one of their best years. Over 93 million phones used Android as of last year. Check out the infographic below presented by Startapp to learn more about Android’s success in 2012.
Smartphones are on higher demand in this generation and this infographic from CouponAudit shows different users prefer different phones. For example, most users claim that they cannot live without their iPhones and can even neglect to do some things like bathing before giving up their phones. This and other interesting stats below.
As smartphones and tablets have become the norm, more and more of us rely every day on mobile applications. From your favorite weather tracker or news app to Angry Birds, developers all around the world are hard at work bringing new and innovative applications to mobile devices. But what are the tools that enable developers to make more innovative apps?
The first permanent photograph was taken in 1826 and required eight hours of exposure. Since then photography has become second nature to most of us. We all seem to be photographers with our smartphones and photo filtering apps. This infographic presented by Overgram highlights how photography has progressed over the years.
There is an increase in the number of health related apps users are downloading as well as increasing benefits for health professionals. Learn more in the following infographic from Confused.com.
It seems like everyone wants to get into the app making business these days. It’s not that difficult if you know what you’re doing and you can make some decent money, especially if your apps make it big. However, there are multiples ways that you can financially benefit from your apps, and choosing the right option for your app can be difficult.
First, take a look at Hothead Games. This company is an independent game development studio that focuses on mobile games. One success, “Big Win Soccer,” spiked to the top of the charts after only two days. Then, throw in a company called Cloudant, the world’s first globally distributed data layer as a service for loading, storing, analyzing, and distributing application data, to help do what they do, i.e. database management. What followed was a multitude of successful sports apps in multiple countries around the world.
Mobile use has grown exponentially in recent years, but as the user base grows, so do the demands of mobile users. The following infographic by Carpathia Hosting, Inc not only shows the magnitude of the audience, but also the ways in which mobile marketing, advertising and content providers can meet the demands of users worldwide.