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Since launching Slyde, we have been in talks with a spectrum of start-ups, founders and entrepreneurs etc. One common denominator which maintain its presence is - “Well! For sure we need good android app developers and this is the reason we are in talks with you!” This shortage of android app developers in DC or expertise in android app development NYC, areas we get maximum attention from, are quite important for any business road-map and timely success. By timely success, it is meant the process from discussing the idea of android app to support services, after successful app launch. The…
When the app development market is going gaga over tapping online market , one step ahead is mobile marketing campaign.Forget about today’s marketing channels like mobile marketing as they were non-existent a decade ago. Traditional marketing campaigns used TV, Radio, Print and online advertisements as their channels for marketing and no one imagined how such a non-existent medium would lead the marketing drive just a decade later. Today most of the Americans own a Smartphone which have a big screen ideal for displaying advertisement. Mobile marketing is still very niche but do not make the mistake of ignoring it. Here…
In NYC, Apple Store on Fifth Avenue is all set for iPhone's latest launch.You just can not imagine the Big Apple turning more shiney with every Apple launch, even though this isn't 2007/8 anymore.Everyone, including Apple fans and haters, is getting ready for the alleged launch of 2 iPhones this year, one being the flagship one code named iPhone 5S and another being the budget one name as iPhone 5C. Riding high on the great iPhone app development NYC trend, this launch of Apple is something new to talk about.The company is launching its budget phone. Seems like the fear…
Bring Your Own Device or BYOD is the latest rage among organizations. This is the sole reason why Blackberry is about to die a painful death and this is the reason for the success of Android and Apple. BYOD is the result of economic crisis faced globally by firms in 2008. BYOD basically means that employees are allowed to bring their own device to work instead of the devices provided by the organization. Before 2008 crisis companies used to buy mobile phones and gave them to employees. This was a recurring expense and was drilling a hole in the finances…
Gone are the days when people used to shop just offline by physically going to the shop facing traffic, selecting the item among the pile of everything, stand in a line to make the payment and then pay the parking fees to return home again facing the traffic. US adopted online purchasing and enjoyed hassle free purchasing since past 1 decade but the whole scenario is changing.Right from mobile marketing to mobile app development, Apple's iPhone app development to Android app development The way offline shopping faced stiff competition from online shopping, in the same way online shopping has begun…
Mobile applications are the new rage among publishers and companies. This can be called as a fully developed industry because last year Apple paid nearly $7 Billion to its app developers and this figure does not include payments made by Android, Windows and Blackberry. The problem is there are 950,000 apps in iOS app store, 750,000 in Android Play Store and nearly 150,000 in Windows Phone store.So, everyone cares for right development as well as testing of apps - so that it gets mass attention on mobile devices.We , here at Simpalm, also understand the importance of iPhone app development…
Apple is really focused on reviving its overseas market by partnership. The latest in the approach is when Japan’s largest carrier has struck a deal with the iPhone making company to sell iPhone starting this fall. This directly comes from Nikkei which hallmark the news. This has been a feel-good factor for iPhone in Japan when iPhone was the top selling smartphone in the country with 66% growth. The global smartphone market is excited about the two new iPhones next week – iPhone 5 and the iPhone 5S. Simpalm, the leading mobile app development company – highly active in iPhone…
On 2nd September Microsoft announced buyout of Finnish mobile giant Nokia for an amount of $7.2 Billion. This is was a historic moment for the world because Microsoft will be finally joining the league of hardware manufacturers for their operating systems. Here are the 10 numbers you should know about Nokia Microsoft deal. $7.2 Billion: This is the amount Microsoft will pay to Nokia in lieu of its handset manufacturing department. If you compare then Microsoft paid $8.2 Billion for Skype last year. 31 % stock rise: Nokia’s stock shot by 31 % in US after the announcement about this…
Microsoft announced on Monday that it would be buying Finnish mobile handset manufacturer Nokia for record €5.4 Billion out of which €3.79 billion ($5 Billion USD) for devices and services divisions and €1.65 billion ($US2.18 billion) to license Nokia’s patents. This news came as a big surprise because in July Nokia,Nokia the first real cell phone giant, turned down Microsoft’s acquisition offer. Although in 2011 when Stephen Elop who is an ex. Microsoft joined ailing Nokia as its CEO then the world towards him to turn around the company because Android and Apple had beaten it in its own game…