Archive | Applications

The lifeblood of innovation, in this section we profile applications and related services that come to our attention. If you’re a developer and you’d like your application featured — or, if you’ve just discovered a piece of electronic genius in the form of a must-have-application, email our editor, Ewan with details.

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Apps for the weekend

Admit it – you love it when the weekend arrives. A chance to take a break and finally get some of those chores done or just kick back and escape the crowds. Everyone wishes to have a relaxed and pleasant weekend, but all too often those hopes of having a fantastic few days off are […]

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My Top 7 apps: Dave Tucker from Sonocent

I’m back with another Top 7 apps write up for you all. Today Dave Tucker from Sonocent is going through his favourite apps. Sonocent was founded in 2007 by speech technology expert, Roger Tucker, Sonocent is an edtech firm specialised in helping students and professionals alike harness the power of the spoken word. Originally created […]

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Apps to Watch: Just Press Record

One of the most useful apps mysteriously missing from Apple Watch is a built-in voice recorder app. There is an iOS version that comes with every iPhone, so quite why Apple didn’t include one on Apple Watch is anyone’s guess. In today’s Apps to Watch post, we’ll take a quick look at Just Press Record, a handy little app that fills the […]

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Over 100 million Android phones expected to integrate Opera Max by 2017

News landed on our desk recently concerning the uptake of Opera’s data management / compression app Opera Max, which aims to reduce the amount of data used by Android phones. In an age where unlimited data plans are expensive, and increasingly being scaled back by the majority of operators, anything that can reduce the amount of data […]

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My Top 7 apps: Nick Braund of PHA Media

I’m back with another Top 7 apps. This week we have Nick Braund from PHA Media, he is the Head of Technology & Innovation. PHA Media is one of the UK’s leading and fastest growing PR agencies. Founded by former newspaper & magazine editor Phil Hall 10 years ago, the company has become one of […]

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Sending Christmas parcels is a Doddle!

With only 6 weeks until Christmas, there’s plenty to do before the big day. Here at Mobile Industry Review we are busy collating our Top Tech Christmas Stocking ideas for a series of posts which we will be publishing over the next couple of weeks, with our top picks and reviews of cool gadgets; for […]

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Scary apps for Halloween

It’s Halloween tomorrow, and nowadays it seems to have become almost as popular around the world as it is in the USA. I’m in Asia right now, and I’ve already lost count of the number of people who’ve told me they’re going to a Halloween party tomorrow night. But before the zombies, ghosts, spooks and ghouls […]

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My Top 7 apps: Neil Jessop from OnePoint Global

Back with another Top 7 apps post. This week we have Neil Jessop from OnePoint Global, Neil is the CEO and Co-Founder. “OnePoint Global is the global survey software platform leader, and the trusted choice of global research agencies and brands. Our mobile survey technologies, including our flagship APP, SMS, Online and MobileWeb, have supported […]

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Exclusive Q&E with TeleSign’s Jess Leroy

Exclusive Q&A with TeleSign’s Jess Leroy Mobile Industry Review recently had the opportunity to sit down with Jess Leroy, the ‎SVP of Product Management at Mobile Identity company TeleSign, to talk about what’s going on at the company and in the developer space. Hello Jess! Could you set the scene for us by giving us […]

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Books for the small screen

In the Wall Street Journal recently there was an article about the the rise of phone reading, spurred on by the likes of larger phones and phablets. In my case, I’ve typically read on the iPad Mini, but with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus especially (not to mention the countless dozens of huge Android phones), the experience […]

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