applications and advancements

Information about new high-tech applications and advancements in technology for mobile industry. We actively employ and research and development state-of-the-art materials and processes for apps.

Applications development (app dev) has taken off in the past two years due in part to the iPhone, iPad and Android Tablets and smartphones that have become important and relied upon technology in daily life.  App developers range from professional groups of coders to coding enthusiasts of any age.  Open source development has opened up the field to anyone with a desire and dedication to development.  While professional developers have an edge on the market, they will continually need to be ahead of the game in the face of so much competition.
Some of the ways that professional coders or development groups will be set apart from the masses of amateur developers is by releasing solid coded apps that have been beta tested thoroughly using normal laptops.  Consumers are becoming wiser and are no longer accepting applications that are bug filled, cause force closes or other problems that could have been cleared up in the beta testing phase.  Some developers, in a rush to get to market, are releasing sub standard products and this simply will not hold up as standard practice in the future.  Being the first to release a type of application, while very important, is only valuable if the app being released contains quality, working features.  These quick releases from major app devs is only giving their amateur competition a leg up in the industry.
iPhone and Droid apps development are closely tied together because consumers want apps to be released on multiple OS’s.  Exclusivity to an OS harms an app release in a number of ways and app dev companies now departmentalize their dev teams into iPhone app dev and Android app dev.  This is becoming standard practice in the industry.  Those developers that are accustomed to development in both environments are picked up and put under contract more often than those that are not skilled in both.  Being bi-lingual in coding languages is a great advantage to those seeking to join larger dev groups or companies.
Both Apple and Google (Android) have released their software development kits to the public in an open source business model fashion.  This has created an environment of creativity and competition and has caused a flood of new technologies and applications to emerge very quickly.  This has also quickly brought to light some of the other areas that will need attention in the future, such as stronger security and better ways to scan applications for a new wave of malware, spyware and viruses.  Software security specialists are being added to development teams to ensure that on final release that the product is completely secure.
The app security specialization is not often added to non-professional development groups and will also give professional development teams an edge over their competition.  Integrating security software in iPhone apps and Droid apps is an increasingly important feature with so many privacy concerns being brought up by consumers.  Those privacy concerns include, apps that are revealing location of the user, sensitive information like emails and phone contacts as well as other media that is stored on the smartphone or tablet device that can be accessed via an app.
Applications development (app dev) has taken off in the past two years due in part to the iPhone, iPad and Android Tablets and smartphones that have become important and relied upon technology in daily life.  App developers range from professional groups of coders to coding enthusiasts of any age.  Open source development has opened up the field to anyone with a desire and dedication to development.  While professional developers have an edge on the market, they will continually need to be ahead of the game in the face of so much competition.

Some of the ways that professional coders or development groups will be set apart from the masses of amateur developers is by releasing solid coded apps that have been beta tested thoroughly.  Consumers are becoming wiser and are no longer accepting applications that are bug filled, cause force closes or other problems that could have been cleared up in the beta testing phase.  Some developers, in a rush to get to market, are releasing sub standard products and this simply will not hold up as standard practice in the future.  Being the first to release a type of application, while very important, is only valuable if the app being released contains quality, working features.  These quick releases from major app devs is only giving their amateur competition a leg up in the industry you can see the new best app releases here.

iPhone and Droid app development are closely tied together because consumers want apps to be released on multiple OS’s.  Exclusivity to an OS harms an app release in a number of ways and app dev companies now departmentalize their dev teams into iPhone app dev and Android app dev.  This is becoming standard practice in the industry.  Those developers that are accustomed to development in both environments are picked up and put under contract more often than those that are not skilled in both.  Being bi-lingual in coding languages is a great advantage to those seeking to join larger dev groups or companies.

Both Apple and Google (Android) have released their software development kits to the public in an open source business model fashion, and making fancy iPhone apps videos.  This has created an environment of creativity and competition and has caused a flood of new technologies and applications to emerge very quickly.  This has also quickly brought to light some of the other areas that will need attention in the future, such as stronger security and better ways to scan applications for a new wave of malware, spyware and viruses.  Software security specialists are being added to development teams to ensure that on final release that the product is completely secure.

The app security specialization is not often added to non-professional development groups and will also give professional development teams an edge over their competition.  Integrating security software in iPhone apps and Droid apps like these iPhone Dating apps is an increasingly important feature with so many privacy concerns being brought up by consumers.  Those privacy concerns include, apps that are revealing location of the user, sensitive information like emails and phone contacts as well as other media that is stored on the smartphone or tablet device that can be accessed via an app.

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