Our newest episode of Defining Dev explores how mobile games are created. We walk you through the process, from the design of the app, all the way to its launch.

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Microsoft officially pulled the plug on Windows Phone in July of last year. Of course, the announcement of the end of Redmond's technical support for the mobile OS was really just a confirmation of what most app developers and users already knew: Windows Phone had been languishing for a long time. This death knell was just making it official.Windows Phone 2018

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Software development generally follows a pre-determined process to deliver projects within a client's required time frame, budget, and technical specifications. Zco is no exception to the rule. We follow an extensive mobile app development roadmap to help us craft high-quality software solutions for our clients. In this article, we're going to walk you through the iOS and Android app lifecycle process, starting with the app's concept and ending with the final quality assurance...iOS and Android app lifecycle process

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2017 was a strong year for app earnings, with a pool of new titles and a number of significant updates to existing apps. According to reports, the global mobile app revenue and downloads hit record levels in the last year. What made this more remarkable is mobile games alone accounted for 77 percent of all global revenue on Apple’s App Store for the second quarter, and approximately 88 percent of spending on Google Play. When analyzing global app revenue of 2017 in terms of in-app...Tinder logo 2017

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CES 2018 wasn't only an excuse for tech leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs to spend a week in Las Vegas; it also proved to be one of the most exciting showcases of how the mobile device industry is changing. Here are five pieces of news from CES that made us sit up and pay attention.Playing game using Razer Phone

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