Will the No-Code Movement Make Developers Obsolete?

The no-code/low-code movement promises to democratize data. Allowing non-tech types to create apps and websites without having to code opens up more development opportunities for businesses. Just drag and drop elements where you want, visualize what your app will look like, and let the software do the heavy lifting.

Best Practices to Build an Offline App (and Why It’s Important)

Mobile phone technology has continued to improve almost every area of human life around the globe. Currently, this wonder device can support multiple purposes, that the “phone” part of its name tends to be a reductive misnomer. 

Talent Acquisition on a Budget

Maren Donovan, CEO of Inde, moderates a panel discussion for MGS GVC 1.0 on how to acquire quality talent on a budget. Featuring: Michelle Lakness, Sr. Financial Analyst at Doist, Christina Dunbar, Director Global Talent at Scopely, and Andres Cajiao, Co-Founder & CGO of Torre Technologies.

App Tracking Transparency (ATT) Explained: An Update

In the absence of IDFA, Apple has introduced App Tracking Transparency (ATT) as a way to allow users to control, at the individual app level, whether their data is shared for ad-targeting purposes. But for developers, ATT has remained a bit of a mystery as one beta version after another of i0S 14 has kept… Continue reading App Tracking Transparency (ATT) Explained: An Update

Five Tips: Developing Apps for Foldable Displays

Eye-catching, nostalgic, innovative, and immersive — that’s how best to describe foldable phones. The world’s leading smartphone manufacturing companies like Samsung, Xiaomi, and Huawei are already investing heavily into this game-changing technology. According to Statista, the estimated number of shipments of foldable phones will reach 100 million in 2025, and this count is expected to… Continue reading Five Tips: Developing Apps for Foldable Displays

The Evolution Of Sports On Mobile

Farhad Divecha, Director at AccuraCast – and a specialist in digital strategy, SEO, and social media marketing, mobile e-commerce, and growth analytics – shares how sports brands are evolving to engage mobile audiences in the wake of COVID-19. In addition to creative and innovative examples, Divecha’s webinar includes insights into: Digital mediums (like social media)… Continue reading The Evolution Of Sports On Mobile

Leverage the Power of Shared Audiences with App Collaborations

According to App Developer Magazine, “the continued pace of digital transformation across enterprises is creating enormous innovation opportunities while at the same time significantly increasing demand on IT to deliver new mobile application experiences.” This is, in part, they say driven by COVID-19, but report that development teams were already experiencing backlogs even before the… Continue reading Leverage the Power of Shared Audiences with App Collaborations

5 App Marketing Trends to Watch in 2021

Like every other industry, mobile app marketing was transformed by the 2020 outbreak of COVID-19. Routine trips to the bank or grocery store were quickly replaced by apps. Streams and downloads attempted to fulfill our need for shared experience, while digital devices facilitated most human connection. The world became more online than ever before, and… Continue reading 5 App Marketing Trends to Watch in 2021

5 App Marketing Trends to Watch in 2021

Like every other industry, mobile app marketing was transformed by the 2020 outbreak of COVID-19. Routine trips to the bank or grocery store were quickly replaced by apps. Streams and downloads attempted to fulfill our need for shared experience, while digital devices facilitated most human connection. The world became more online than ever before, and… Continue reading 5 App Marketing Trends to Watch in 2021

Recruit More Diverse Mobile Dev Talent with These Three Organizations

When you think about the mobile industry you probably picture tech hubs like Silicon Valley, New York City, and, increasingly, Austin, Texas. Tech companies based in New York and San Francisco — the two most expensive cities in the entire United States — can typically pay salaries as high as 30% above the national average… Continue reading Recruit More Diverse Mobile Dev Talent with These Three Organizations