5 Features You’ll Love About Android Nougat 7.1

When Google’s Pixel, its new flagship phone, launched last fall, early adopters were treated to the latest version of Android: Nougat 7.1. Some analysts and critics were skeptical that Google would be able to nail both the hardware and software for their first in-house developed phone. However, time has proven Google’s engineers right. Reviews were glowing, and as manufacturers roll out the new OS to their own phones, it’s time to examine just why Nougat is the most...Nougat-Header.png

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UPDATE: How to Find Your iPhone/iPad Device ID (UDID)

Update: At Zco, we pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of mobile app development. While this UDID guide is still accurate, there's now a much easier way to do so. Just head over to udid.io in your device's web browser to find your UDID in just a few taps. Note that the site won't work if you're browsing in private mode.udid_screen2.png

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Why Encryption Is Important for Enterprise Apps

One of the biggest development trends coming down the pike in 2017 is encryption for mobile applications. As we recently wrote, major messaging apps are moving towards making end-to-end encryption default for their users – and with good reason. As the public moves to embrace smart technologies, like cloud storage and fingerprint authentication, security has become a major concern. High profile hacks, like the one Yahoo revealed late last year, as well as alleged attacks by...SSL Secure Connection Displayed

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Analyzing the Top 3 iOS Mobile Apps of 2016

2016 might be in the rear-view mirror, but it’s the perfect time to look back at the apps that made headlines last year. We analyzed three apps that stood out to us from a development perspective, considering their scale, complexity, and underlying technologies and their impact on the total app development cost.Top 3 iOS apps of 2016 logos on iPhone

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Unveiled at CES 2017

For mobile hardware manufacturers, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 chip was the gold standard for performance last year. From Google’s Pixel to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, companies looking to court power users were utilizing the 821 in their flagship devices. With technology again moving forward, Qualcomm is touting their successor to the 821, the Snapdragon 835 which was recently unveiled at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Logo

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