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.
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.
Last week, Nintendo’s iconic mascot and sometimes-plumber, Mario, leapt confidently onto iOS devices around the world. Nintendo has flirted with iOS development before by licensing their properties to other developers. But ‘Super Mario Run’ marks the first time the game company has released a first-party title on mobile. While the announcement is exciting for gamers and bored commuters, what does Nintendo’s move mean for other iOS developers?
It's hard to go even a few hours without seeing an item in your newsfeed mentioning a new app taking advantage of virtual reality. From 360-degree video content, to the more experimental experiences of Google Cardboard, virtual reality apps of all kinds are finding success in the market. Should yours be one of them? Here's a short guide to help you decide how virtual reality (VR) can play a role in your next project.
The wearable healthcare device market is on the rise! With new kinds of wearable devices, understanding your body and health has become easier than ever. The wearable market has grown significantly given advances in technology, production of personal devices, and the increased desire of people looking to monitor and track their health and wellness efforts.
Healthcare wearables now come in a variety of forms with use cases for wearables in extending from consumers collecting...
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