The year 2013 was one for the books in the continuously evolving gaming market. At the start of the year the revenue from handheld gaming consoles outshined both Android and iOS mobile games and looked as though numbers would be remaining steady. Sadly for leading companies such as Nintendo and Sony, towards the end of 2013, apps such as Candy Crush Saga and Temple Run left them in the dust, according to an App Annie report.
One of the most common questions we hear is, “How much does it cost to develop a mobile app?” While the answer always depends on a number of factors relating to functionality and design, the selected platform has some influence.
Randy Peterson and I are on our way back from the Small Business Expo in chilly Miami Beach. Chilly is a relative term, of course - it's still a good 20 degrees hotter here than even the balmy weather New Hampshire's been seeing.
As 2014 rolls in, Zco will be busy spreading the word about mobile app development. January will be all about events near and far to help answer all your mobile app development questions and to explain how apps can be implemented by any business.
In the year 2013, the mobile technology sector has grown immensely. More people than ever own smartphones, and just by September, tablet sales soared 83 percent. Most of the technology trends Gartner compiled involved mobile as well, including HTML 5 / hybrid app development, enterprise app stores, cloud computing, and big data.
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