Good morning it’s Julian here once again, this time with part one of a two-part series on points to consider when developing enterprise applications. I know this will be a little obtuse to those who aren’t actively working in the sector so if you’ve any questions please do add them below and I’ll respond. Here […]
Somebody recommended Fantastical to me a little while ago. I can’t remember who it was. But I’m thankful that they did. It’s a really, really smart overlay application — that is, it sits on top of your existing iPhone calendar system — and offers, in my view, a much nicer interface. That made it very […]
Standby for some screenshots of the all new Mobile Industry Review application for BlackBerry 10, authored in about 4 minutes thanks to BlackBerry App Generator.
First, let me say kudos to the Telefonica Digital team behind TU Me. Second, let me say: Yah-boo-sucks to the rest of the mobile operator community that’s been standing still, watching paint dry for the last few years doing absolutely nothing to innovate anything more exciting than a slightly modified price plan. TU Me is […]
I came across MobDB the other day thanks to one of those beta lists that I completely forget the name of. When I remember, I’ll update the post. Anyway this one really caught my eye as I think I could seriously use it for a number of applications. Let’s take a step back. What’s the one […]
We had a question posed to us this afternoon by reader Benjamin Lethbridge who asks: What do you hear to be the best Android Twitter client? I actually quite enjoy the plain vanilla official Twitter client — I thought it would be interesting to see what people suggest. What do you use?
In this video Jay Wright, Senior Director of Business Development at Qualcomm R&D Division; demonstrates a game utilising AR technology. Vision-based AR lets the application recognise an image and follow it as the device is moved around. More from Jay:
Please sit down and make yourself comfortable. And please keep a close eye on your heartbeat — get the crash team on speed dial. I don’t want to surprise the hell out of you. Because the headline is true. I am seriously considering making an application and putting it into the Ovi store. I know […]
Are you working on making an application for the Nokia Ovi App Store? If you are, I’d like to buy you a beer. In London. Regular contributor, Ed Hodges, is currently navigating the Ovi App Store challenges with the app that he and his team are working on. He tweeted earlier today asking if anyone […]
Take a look at these screenshots: These are from the new version of Skyfire — version 0.9. They’ve really been innovating since I last took a look. The brilliance with Skyfire is that it gives you a ‘proper’ desktop browsing experience on your handset. There’s many a time when you’re out on the road that […]
Woo. Nice one Pavel. I got a note in from Pavel, our iPhone app developer, telling me that the Mobile Industry Review app has finally gone live on the iTunes Application Store. I did a quick search — as I have been doing now and again — and today found this in the results: Get […]