According to stats, 50% of online shoppers use their mobile phones to make purchases, and 54% of that traffic comes from mobile apps. That’s why not having an app may cost you a big chunk of your revenue. In this article we’ll tell you about the cost of a shopping mobile app, decompose functional requirements and explain why each part is essential for your business growth.
Gamification will be worth $2.8 BN over the next 2 years, as more and more retailers use it to increase their revenue. According to studies, gamification made user engagement grow 47%. We were so excited about it that we decided to analyse the success of the Aliexpress shopping app — one of the best examples of gamification in modern retail.
GDPR compliance for mobile applications has its own peculiarities. That’s why it’s pointless to duplicate all you’ve done for your website to your mobile solution. In this article we’ll talk about 7 points you need to check with your mobile app to fully meet the requirements of GDPR that has came into force on May 25, 2018.
People gladly spend real money on virtual goods in their favorite mobile applications. This is called in-app purchasing, and it’s one of the best mechanisms for monetizing your app. In this article we’ll discuss industries that use in-app purchases and provide a working way to integrate them into a mobile app.
According to E-marketer, by 2019 mobile advertising will represent 72% of digital ad spending in the United States. However, if the ads are too intrusive, this may harm your mobile app’s retention rate. In this article we’ll discuss monetizing mobile apps with ads and not scaring all users away.
NFC is a technology mostly used in banking, and often developers create NFC payment apps for business. However, there are countless ways to use it, and you can be really creative with it. No wonder it is gaining popularity among users and developers, as it’s present in most modern mobile devices. In this article I’ll show you how to build an NFC application and be a bit creative with it.
There are over 2 million healthcare-related mobile apps on the app stores. There are applications for workouts, health management, childcare, contacting doctors, and more. To build a medical app that will stand this competition, you need to choose your niche and know it well.
Apps are changing the way we interact, communicate, develop and live as a society. Disabled populations are part of this shared society and integrating them in the most seamless manner possible is a shared task, a shared responsibility.
Long gone are the times when a person could learn one skill and work in one field for their whole life. Today, the world is more dynamic than ever. People require knowledge to pursue better professional opportunities and for their own pleasure. E-learning gives the opportunity to get new skills anytime and anywhere using modern teaching methodologies.