Before you build a house, you need to lay a foundation. The type of foundation will depend on how big your house will be, how many stories it will have, and what materials you’ll use to build it. The same goes for mobile software: before you start developing it, you need to create an architecture. The architecture will influence your app’s scalability and overall structure.
The real estate market is full of competition. To get ahead of your competitors, you try different strategies. You might improve your service, attract real estate agents to your website, and add new offers. Another thing you might try is creating a mobile application and creating value your competitors can only dream of.
Top 10 most profitable apps in the world are free to download. Every month, they get millions of dollars in revenue and grow their user bases by thousands of new users. Paid apps aren’t as successful, though it may seem that it should be the other way round. What’s the secret of free but extremely profitable apps? How do free apps make money? You’ll find out in this article.
At some point, a business has to choose either to acquire new customers or retain existing customers. If you want to work on making your existing customers loyal to your business, you can approach it in different ways. Creating a loyalty mobile application is one of your options.
Machine learning and object recognition are two of the hottest topics in mobile development today. Object recognition is a big part of machine learning, and can be used in domains such as ecommerce, healthcare, media, and education. In this article, we show you the process of integrating machine learning into an Android app with an image labeling example.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology of the future that’s already becoming reality. Its possibilities for health, agriculture, manufacturing, and daily life are crazier than anything a sci-fi writer of the last century could have imagined. Mobile apps will be a point of connection for many IoT devices, and in this article we explore how to build an IoT app of the future.
Mobile apps and travel were meant for each other. Travelers use their mobile phones to check their flights, pack their suitcases, find the best deals, check into hotels, find the best route around a new city, and learn about places worth seeing. But most travel agencies still don’t offer mobile apps, so you have a great chance to be among the first!
2019 is coming soon, and at Mobindustry we’ve been thinking about what new year holds for mobile development. What developer skills will be the most valuable in 2019? What technologies and apps will be trending? Read on to find answers to these and other questions.
Business is where people are. And people spend hours on social media each day sharing their experiences, feelings, thoughts, and purchases. This internet culture has become a vital part of a business’s online presence, and to be successful, businesses need to relate to social media in one way or another.
Modern agriculture faces lots of challenges including soil degradation, pollution, lack of resources, emissions, and excessive water consumption. As civilization evolves, the main industry that feeds it should evolve too. Cloud-based technology and mobile devices will become the center of this global change.
Banks have been around since money appeared, and as money is changing, the banking system is changing too. According to Citi’s 2018 Mobile Banking Study, 81% of US consumers use their mobile devices to manage finances and 46% of US consumers have increased their usage of banking apps in the past year. Thought leaders believe that mobile apps will soon become a must-have for banks rather than just a trend.
So, you have a mobile app development in your plan. It can be a valuable business extension or a smart startup, and lots of opportunities are there to use. But from budget to technology, you’ll need to consider lots of things. To build an app in time and on budget, you need a mobile industry expert. In this article, I’ll tell you about the development process and pitfalls that may not seem obvious at first.