Learn the hottest trends for application design of 2016! We hope that the knowledge and inspiration that you’ll find in our publication will lead you to a creative success!
On the three previous occasions, our iOS, Android or Windows Phone series tackled topics such as mobile target audience, mobile app development costs and the hardware mobile apps run on. This time, we’re going to discuss the publishing opportunities. We’re going to tell you where you can publish your app, what possibilities major platforms offer and what their pros and cons are.
When one decides to develop an app, factors taken into consideration regarding the choice of platform usually involve the characteristics of target audience and the ease and cost of developing for different operating systems. But differences in hardware do influence how users will interact with your app as well.
In the previous article on developing mobile apps, we talked about the characteristics that distinguish users of each popular mobile operating system – iOS, Android and Windows Phone. This time we’re tackling the development phase. How much does it cost to develop a mobile app for each platform and what technologies it involves?
So you want to have a mobile app? There are many possible reasons why it may be the case. Perhaps, Read More
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