Monthly Archives: April 2014

See Also “There’s an app for that” was a statement

See Also “There’s an app for that” was a statement that Apple trademarked in 2009 as they began the rollout for the iPhone 3G. Today, that declaration is very true. Weather trackers. travel planners and dating apps are just a small selection of the applications available. They cover every possible demographic and audience in order […]

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General Questions Q: What is iBuildApp? iBuildApp

General Questions Q: What is iBuildApp? iBuildApp is an online service that provides a simple and inexpensive way to build, test, track and update a native iPhone/Android, web app or even iPad app that supports text, rss feeds, images, audio, and video, and much, much more. Create a free app for your company, department, college […]

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How To Make Your Own Apps Creating

How To Make Your Own Apps Creating Software for smartphones and tablets isn’t just for professionals anymore. Here’s how to get started, what to expect and some inspiration from non-coders who already made the jump to building apps. September 1, 2011 6:30 AM Text Size: A. A. A Before ever suiting up, all fire-engine operators […]

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Publish Publish on iTunes & Google

Publish Publish on iTunes & Google Play Share Share with Friends Latest Reviews Just love this iOS app builder. I am not a person with a technical background but I really wanted to create an app for my travel website that could support all European languages. Developers at Appy Pie are actually capable of doing […]

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RELATED WASHINGTON: Eaze, a newly launched

RELATED WASHINGTON: Eaze, a newly launched app for Google Glass, uses voice and image recognition to activate the service and nodding head gestures to confirm and complete payments. According to TechCrunch, users have to download the app and link it up with their bitcoin wallet to start paying by the app. Co-founder Rutger van Zuidam […]

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Beginner’s Guide to iOS Development: The Interface

Beginner’s Guide to iOS Development: The Interface – Part I Apple has been a leading industry in the mobile world for years with its iPhone and iPad series. Despite the hype it can create with every official release like iOS 5. it’s also holding a large portion of market shares in the mobile platform, and […]

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Foursquare Swarm app now available Foursquare

Foursquare Swarm app now available Foursquare has taken the first step to completing its planned split of the check-in function and its location recommendation service by launching Swarm, an off-shoot of the Foursquare app that changes the focus of the check-in app. In fact, Foursquare is no longer really a check-in app because Swarm has […]

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How Can I Make My Blog or Site into a Mobile

How Can I Make My Blog or Site into a Mobile App (Without Programming Knowledge)? Dear Lifehacker, I have a blog that I want to make more mobile-friendly and look better on mobile phones, but I don’t know anything about web development and don’t have the money to hire anyone. Is it possible to make […]

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More: Have you ever played Angry Birds

More: Have you ever played Angry Birds or used Snapchat and wished you could be a mobile mogul like the billionaires behind the popular app phenomenons? I recently caught up with 23-year-old Kyle Parsons who created Skribe, a new app that is a dynamic story-telling platform, to talk to him about what the experience was […]

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