Push notifications have proven to be the most powerful tool for keeping users in mobile applications, reminding them to use an app and provoking interest. They’re especially useful for ecommerce companies.
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This year’s WWDC brought us one of the biggest events in the tech world. On June 5, 2017, Apple got everyone excited about all the new features and possibilities they revealed.
Each time Android releases a new version, it’s something sweet. The creative idea to name Android versions in alphabetical order after snacks continued this year as well, when it was the letter O’s turn. The honor went to the popular Oreo cookie.
People spend a lot of time on mobile apps per day, but that doesn’t mean people use just any app that’s available. The majority of their time is spent in the best apps. Sluggishness, inconvenient UI/UX, or constant problems with business logic leads to uninstallment.
For many entrepreneurs online, how to actually accept money from customers almost comes as an afterthought. How to select a payment processor then becomes an especially hard question.
Helping online customers feel comfortable parting with their money is key in any business. An online survey revealed that 50% of online shoppers would cancel their purchase at the checkout, if they could not use their preferred mobile payment services.
Are you already thinking of building your own mobile app? If so, you’re probably getting ready to consider tons of details. Your development approach is one of them, and at first choosing it may seem frustrating.
Salesforce is one of the most popular cloud solutions providing powerful tools for businesses in the digital age. With a cloud-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system at its core, this platform has build a huge ecosystem around itself. It has a variety of development tools and components to assist with various business tasks on any device.
Web application development for mobile platforms is one of the main areas of activity for most IT companies. As practice shows, in order to create a really qualitative app, mere skill is not enough. It is equally important to use good tools.
In recent years, Uber-for-X companies like Instacart have been popping up for everything from in-home hair stylists to mobile bike mechanics. The concept of connecting people by location in terms of service has become a real trend.
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