mobile

The Pro’s of Native App Development

“Native vs. Web?” “HTML5 is the FUTURE!” “The App Store is just for distribution!” “Android is taking over and all the screens are different sizes!” Heard it around the traps lately? Same. Here’s my rational as to why I’ll vote for native app development over developing a mobile web app (and putting it within a

iOS: Updating Two Single Applications to a Universal Application

Background: I was recently working for an organisation where “The Business” (I hate that term, but I’ll stick with it throughout this article as that’s what they’re commonly referred to at said organisation) wanted to take their separate iPhone app and iPad app, and merge them to create one “universal” app for the App store.

Smaller iPhone Rumors

“We think the open vs closed is just a smokescreen to try and hide the real issue, which is: What’s best for the customer? Fragmented vs. integrated. We think Android is very very fragmented and becoming more fragmented by the day.” “Developers can be more innovative if they can target a single platform, rather than

It’s a Geek Device

There is a great interview with Frank Meehan on TechCrunch who highlights what’s wrong with Android. Meehan is the founder and CEO of INQ, a London-based Social Mobile manufacturer who’s handsets integrate features from facebook directly into the user interface. “Android manufacturers are all just focused utterly on the tech, because they’re all hardware guys,” he