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Q&A: App devs must look beyond Apple, Google stores

Philip Marcella (pictured) is founder and CEO of appScatter, which provides developers with an app …

Q&A: Cafe Bazaar discusses Iran apps market

Apple and Google both removed Iranian apps from their app stores, citing US sanctions as …

Hybrid apps more vulnerable, security specialist says

Hybrid apps – which see developers create apps in HTML or JavaScript, languages usually reserved …

Q&A: Hungry Monkey, Preoday CEOs

The CEOs of Hungry Monkey (Mat Caldwell) and Preoday (Andrew White) are of the opinion …

Q&A: Tim Gallagher, SafeSwiss

Security communications provider SafeSwiss launched a messaging app it hopes will rival the likes of …

Bots will improve, not replace, apps: Amplitude CEO

Bots are trying to address the issue of app fatigue, but they are not yet …

Helpshift CEO sees machine learning as future of in-app customer support

Abinash Tripathy told Mobile World Live developers of enterprise apps must focus on in-app care, estimating that close to 95 per cent of apps are failing to do so, thereby losing users.

Messaging app market still open to newcomers, says Rawr creator

Finnish start-up Futurefly, backed by early investors in Snapchat, WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook, as well as Arielle Zuckerberg, recently launched its first product, Rawr, an “avatar-powered messenger app” for iOS.

Developers have much to benefit from Amazon Underground, says exec

Amazon Underground claims it has been experiencing “serious growth” when it comes to customers, which have grown more than 870 per cent since launch, and that developers are starting to take notice.

Capriza: Addressing enterprise app hurdles

Enterprise Mobility is one of those nebulous terms which while used frequently, covers a broad …