As we continue our run-up to the release of Orbit Path, our upcoming mobile game set in the empty void of space, we, as humans, can’t stop thinking about our place in this massive universe ecosystem. As we stare up into this dark abyss we call space, wondering about our existence, how far have will we go to seek the unexplainable? Here are the Top 5 most futuristic telescopes being built now on Planet Earth.
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Nielsen research says that the average smartphone user spends some 30 hours per month on mobile apps. The world is increasingly mobile and mad for practical plug-ins that promise to make life more fun, more functional, and more streamlined than ever before. How is your business taking advantage of the trend? Mobile apps offer a customizable platform that businesses can tweak and touch-up day in and day out, but some missteps can put a major wrench in the works. Here are a few you need to avoid.
Google recently shared that in their Google Play app store 60 percent of apps have never been downloaded. Not once. Don’t let your app get lost in the sea of 1M+ other apps in the iTunes and Google Play App Stores.
Here are 16 Facebook pages that you should follow for app marketing news, advice, and content.
We reveal the key lessons learned from the progressive release of Word Hack across the English speaking world.
How does Chillingo launch mega-hits, including the original Angry Birds and Cut the Rope, plus Feed Me Oil, Puzzle Craft, Pixel People, and many, many more? In this post, you will discover why EA bought Chillingo for $20 million and how they are helping indie game developers.
Your app either needs to solve a problem – possibly one the user isn’t even aware they have – or offer information or entertainment in a unique way.
Successfully developing an app is all about careful planning. Here are five essential aspects you need to look at when working out your mobile app budget.