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Mobile Action Raises $800K For Its App Discovery And Optimization Service

Getting a mobile app discovered, downloaded and then highly ranked is a challenging business – and one that’s now being dominated by larger players, it seems. 451 more words


How To Get Great Professional Reviews for Your App

First, design an amazing app. This is paramount.

Now you’ve got a top-notch app on your hands, ready to be released. How will the world at large know that it is, in fact, the Best App Ever? 1,350 more words


Samsung Revamps Homegrown App Store

Samsung said late Thursday that it is reorganizing and rebranding its app store for phones and tablets.

What was known as Samsung Apps will now be dubbed Galaxy Apps and offer hundreds of apps exclusive to Samsung devices. 113 more words


Google’s hidden message to Android App Publishers?

Android App developers must have noticed a little note by Google on top of their developer console indicating some changes in install metrics. Google has not shared much details on the actual changes and “Learn more” leads to a very small description talking about corrections on counting factory resets for pre-installed apps and apps that are used by multiple users on the same device. 722 more words

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The long-awaited switch to Android-first app development hasn't happened yet

Google’s Android operating system—which the company is updating today at its I/O conference in San Francisco—has come to dominate the smartphone industry in sales, both globally and in its home US market. 727 more words

Test driving Push notification in Bluemix

This post is a continuation of my earlier post ‘Getting started with mobile cloud in Bluemix‘. Here I take a test drive of the push service that Bluemix offers based on the article “ 1,088 more words

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Blackberry teams up with Amazon to get loads of Android apps

Blackberry announced a new licensing deal with Amazon Inc that will land the smartphone company 240,000 Android apps for Blackberry’s new devices.

Amazon runs a custom app store for its Android devices which doesn’t include core Google apps like Google Maps and Gmail. 108 more words