Building an App for Parents: BabyCenter App Case Study

There are hundreds of apps out there that help parents find their way through the difficulties of parenting. Not all of them, however, are as helpful as they could be. The BabyCenter mobile app is one of the best examples of a mobile app for parents, and in this article we’ll study it feature by feature and tell you how much it would cost if we developed a similar app for you.

How to Implement Voice Interactions into Your Android App

Tapping and scrolling is great, but voice control is the next step. The rise of voice-based AI and voice-controlled gadgets like Amazon Echo and Google Home show clearly that controlling software by voice is a trend. Here you’ll find out how to integrate voice control into your Android app and benefit from it.

How a Mobile App Can Boost Your Business

Mobile apps have taken the world by storm. The boom has been rapid, impactful, and has streamlined the way we consume information and things as well as work. Intelligent, successful businesses have a caught on and as such are organizing their processes via apps. The future is now.

Apps for Parents: Types and Examples

Parenting is hard. Mobile apps exist to make things easier, and parents really need a hand when it comes to raising a child. Thankfully, the mobile market has lots of things to offer. In this article we explore types of apps that help people become good parents. We also discuss tips on developing apps for parents and find out how much a parenting app might cost.

Building an Android App Based on an Existing iOS App

Your company has a successful iOS app that has generated revenue, brought new traffic to its website, and increased its profits overall. However, your company’s CEO still thinks there’s a segment of customers the business isn’t reaching and there’s strong potential to garner more profit. What can be done to address this issue?

8 Most Popular Mobile Payment Apps

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.