If you’re thinking of developing an app for your business here are five platforms that will help you do so, even if you aren’t a developer.
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Are you considering Treehouse to learn iOS development? We review Treehouse by interviewing Aaron Watkins on how he used Treehouse to launch his first iOS app.
Are looking to achieve success in the mobile app space? Here are some tools that you must have to make a dent in this industry.
App usability testing gives you the data you need to improve your app and increase its popularity, here are 3 tools you can use to help measure your app’s usability.
We have long passed the age of static user interface elements. In the Post-PC world, interactivity is expected, if not essential for effective app design.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone App Studio is the first DIY tool I’ve seen that fulfills its promise to let you build powerful, monetizable apps without any code.
Building an app that simply solves a problem is a great place to start, but how the experience makes the user feel and whether or not your app is truly tapping into human emotions is something that often gets overlooked.
As if App Annie wasn’t already incredibly useful, its latest upgrade gives app makers an even better look at how their apps are doing in the app stores.
AppClover’s Matt Lutz share some proven in-app marketing strategies that work for all kinds of apps, from utility apps to games.
App developers aren’t cheap, so if you want to save money and do-it-yourself, check out these tools for building apps designed for non-programmers.