app developers

  • Solve real problems, provide real solutions Crunch Network

    Solve real problems, provide real solutions

    We love the internet. We love apps. We love the Internet of Things. But most importantly, we love ideas. The accessibility that the internet provides, however, is also what makes it unbelievably difficult for new digital businesses to get off the ground. Read More

  • Why app development is going micro Crunch Network

    Why app development is going micro

    Application development has long been fraught with peril: Projects become bloated, expensive and never ship. The “micro” trend in application development is focused on delivering bottoms-up, simple solutions to complex problems. Micro services, apps and flows offer a new way to weave existing systems in novel, organic ways in order to deliver solutions immediately. Read More

  • The app boom is not over Crunch Network

    The app boom is not over

    There’s a new wave of reporting focused on the post-app era. Recode announced “The app boom is over.” Quartz points out how most users never download any apps. Let me be very clear: The app boom is not over. There has never been a better time to be an apps developer. Read More

  • The Apple App Store graveyard Crunch Network

    The Apple App Store graveyard

    People just don’t seem to have the same excitement lately about Apple’s App Store or the Google Play platform. The air of hopelessness that surrounds the mobile app ecosystem is obvious and demoralizing. Read More

  • It’s the end of “euphoric times” for custom app developers Crunch Network

    It’s the end of “euphoric times” for custom app developers

    For the first time in about eight years, we saw a decline in the small business customer base of app developers (in terms of revenue and per-project value). The primary reason cited is the rise of white labels and SDKs. “Uber for X” toolkits have indeed become a force to reckon with. Small businesses increasingly rely on “ready to use” frameworks rather than opting… Read More

  • From Native To Hybrid App Development And Back Crunch Network

    From Native To Hybrid App Development And Back

    If you’re running an early stage startup, you know how to make the most of limited resources. From getting the most bang out of every marketing buck to jockeying the pace of a small development team, you must execute quickly and efficiently to ensure your company’s success. This is one reason hybrid app development is so attractive: It allows you to build iOS and Android apps… Read More

  • Algorithmia Launches With More Than 800 Algorithms On Its Marketplace

    Algorithmia Launches With More Than 800 Algorithms On Its Marketplace

    Algorithmia, the startup that raised $2.4 million last August to connect academics building powerful algorithms and the app developers who could put them to use, just brought its marketplace out of private beta. Read More

  • Apps Respond The Fastest In Canada And Japan, Finds New Report By Crittercism

    Apps Respond The Fastest In Canada And Japan, Finds New Report By Crittercism

    Engaging design, marketing, and a solid user acquisition strategy are all key to making a successful app. But an app’s reliability often depends on factors beyond its developers’ control, according to a new report by Crittercism. The company, which makes an app performance management and error monitoring system, found that an app’s performance, including how often it crashes… Read More

  • Japan Is The Most Potentially Lucrative Market For Gaming Apps, Says Distimo

    Japan Is The Most Potentially Lucrative Market For Gaming Apps, Says Distimo

    Mobile analytics firm Distimo just released a new report showing how the most successful apps monetize around the world. According to it, the five most potentially lucrative markets for gaming apps are Japan, Australia, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States, in that order. In addition, Japan and China were the two countries where the largest amount of revenue was generated… Read More