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Blue Label Labs mentioned as a leading Mobile App developer for doctors to partner with when it comes to disrupting traditional healthcare paradigm.
Now with the ability to respond to app reviews, developers are entering an entirely new area of exposure and scrutiny. Developers should carefully think about how to engage with end users when responding to app reviews, both good and bad.
Apple’s iOS 10 update brings in more capabilities for retailers. Find out how you can make your app more powerful by adding these few iMessage integrations.
For the first time ever Apple will open up its iMessage app to third party developers. At Apple’s June 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, much of the conference was dedicated to what changes are coming within the iMessage app. One of the most notable changes was the introduction of sticker packs, allowing developers to create their very own form of enhanced, animated emojis. What’s also interesting, but has been less talked about, is how additional features, including interactive messaging and in-line app attribution, will help to drive more traffic and engagement for your apps and overall brand.
Since its first generation release in 2007, Apple TV has grown to fill a significant space in our living rooms and in our lives. At a time when many people have abandoned cable TV for online streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, Apple TV has continued to lead the way, offering customers a single source for all their entertainment needs.
Pico Poco is a fun and easy way to learn about the basics of music. No previous knowledge is required.
When playing your mobile app games, do you play better with the music and sound effects on or off?
If you’re a gamer, I’m sure you have a strong opinion on this, but let’s dive into some research and how we’ve approached this with our upcoming game, Orbit Path.
How did breakout level-based games like Angry Birds and Cut the Rope design their levels? What strategies did they use to keep the user hooked (read: addicted) enough to keep come back for more? More importantly, is there a secret recipe for success?