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How to use wireframing for better mobile app design

Posted by bryanh on Feb 24, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Flowchart plan for a mobile app, part of the pre-planning process.

Developing a good mobile app takes time and patience, whether you’re talking iOS, Android or any other platform. Coding and UI design are both important, but a developer shouldn’t discount the planning phase. If an app’s functionality can be envisioned, it can be made real. That’s why wireframing a mobile

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Voxer walkie-talkie app makes big noise for iOS, Android

Posted by bryanh on Feb 24, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Vintage U.S. Army photo of a soldier using a walkie-talkie device.

Do you find Twitter to be an inefficient means of communication? Do you wish that rather than navigating hashtags and retweeting, you could make a real connection with that special person in your contact list? The makers of the walkie-talkie app Voxer may just have the killer app for you.

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New app Viggle pays you for watching TV

Posted by bryanh on Jan 26, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

watching tv

Viggle, a new iOS app from Function (X), pays you rewards for watching television. The free app debuted at the iTunes App Store Wednesday. The rewards are small, and they add up slowly, but you were going to watch TV anyway, right? Earn points as you watch Whenever a user

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Mobile ad impressions explode in 2011

Posted by bryanh on Jan 17, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Collage example of online banner ads.

Mobile advertising grew by leaps and bounds in 2011, notes TechCrunch. An independent survey by mobile ad network company InMobi called the Mobile Market 2011 Review has been released, and InMobi’s findings indicate that the amount of global mobile advertising was nearly five times what it was in 2010. Online

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BiKN: An app to help find lost stuff

Posted by bryanh on Jan 9, 2012, Categories: Mobile News


Treehouse Labs will soon launch a high-tech solution to an age old problem: how to find misplaced stuff. The company’s BiKN –pronounced “beacon” — system uses physical tags placed on items paired with an iPhone app. The app sniffs out the tag like a pocket bloodhound. The BiKN system will

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Apple to open mini-stores in 25 Targets

Posted by bryanh on Jan 6, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

Target dog

Apple announced Friday that it will be opening 25 new store-within-a-store mini locations at Target retail stores nationwide. The move is Apple’s attempt to expand its retail presence to populations too small to support a standalone brick-and-mortar Apple store. Stores-within-stores few and far between Target is second only to retail

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iOS 5.1 beta suggests Apple is on track for quad core

Posted by bryanh on Jan 6, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

A translucent photo collage of iOS 5 homescreens.

Smartphones don’t yet have the processing power of the best laptop or desktop computers, but technology continues to march on. Engadget reports that Apple may be on the verge of something big with the release of its iOS 5.1 beta update. Signs suggest that soon, iPhones, iPads and other iDevices

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Zynga debuts Scramble With Friends iOS app

Posted by bryanh on Jan 5, 2012, Categories: Mobile News

The Zynga logo.

Mobile gamers who live to get their social swerve on are Zynga’s bread and butter. According to TechCrunch, it appears that the game publisher is preparing to spread the wealth with the new iOS app “Scramble With Friends.” The app is a “With Friends” word scramble game played in the

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More than 1 billion apps downloaded in one week

Posted by bryanh on Jan 3, 2012, Categories: Mobile News


According to a current report, more than 1 billion apps were downloaded worldwide during the last week of 2011. That is an all-time record. Apps explosion The Flurry Analytics report, released Monday, combines totals from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Android Market. The report showed a record-breaking 1.2 billion app

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How to recalibrate or replace an iPhone home button

Posted by bryanh on Dec 29, 2011, Categories: Mobile News

A black iPhone 4S, home button displayed prominently like a defective belly button.

Quickly switching from one application to another in iOS devices ranging from iPod Touch and iPhone 4 to iPad and iPhone 4S usually involves the home button. However, as many users have discovered, home button multitasking can become laggy or unresponsive. Sometimes, the physical button connection is clouded by debris,

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