Do you ever wonder what goes into developing a successful application on iOS? Rovio, makers of Angry Birds, share some of the inspiration behind their wildly successful hit for the iPhone and iPad.
While I understand that some people want the flexibility to be able to type on the iPad like a regular laptop, this case seems to defeat the purpose of actually buying an iPad. Why not just get a MacBook Air?
It brings up an interesting idea that the idea of “mobile” is slowly changing. While functionality increases, it is becoming harder to interact with smaller screens on the iPhone/Android handsets. Even with the introduction of a 9.5-inch screen, people are looking for even more ways to have the “computer” interaction they are used to.
A good summary of the “Succeed with iPhone/iPad Application Marketing” presentation at iPhoneDevCon 2010.
Are you looking for a clever way to drive downloads for your apps? Take a look at these tips and tricks used by some of the top developers.
GREAT thought piece from FastCompany about how mobile devices are changing how we interact with the world. This is definitely worth taking the 10 minutes to read.
Apptus has just posted a report from 2009 assessing the market for developing an MBA Program with smartphones as the distribution model. The analysis was written in conjunction with Quinnipiac University and is being offered for free. Please check it out and let us know what you think!
Here are some very cool graphics about the crazy growth of the application marketplace. How will you stand out from the crowd?