Browsing All posts tagged under »mobile-apps«

Deciding on mobile app features and functions – part 1: who uses what?

September 7, 2017


It is commonly understood that mobile apps should have a clear focus and designed for that particular task.  I wanted to say single task,  but some require the ability to support more than this. Apple are very good at making this distinction,  so for example the email is separate from the calendar, which is seprate from messaging, calls […]

Mobile platforms – MAM, MEAP and MDM – a beginners guide

March 11, 2013


As business become more and more reliant on Mobile apps then there is a need for firms to manage and control these apps and their usage. To that end there is are suite of new types of platform entering the market for mobile solutions, and while some have been around for a while they are starting to […]

Mobile apps – the power of free – fonejacker case study

October 23, 2012


I was at the mobile apps show in london in early october 2012 The Fonejacker is a very popular app from the team at Hat Trick Productions,  based on the TV programme. The reason I write this is the graph below taken fromHat Trick’s presentation, shows the power of free. Here are some facts and […]