Businesses all round the world have benefited immensely from the use of mobile apps, which have become a new source of revenue for them. Making its employees use mobile applications is an exciting business opportunity that an organization today can try to avail itself of. On putting themselves in the shoes of their employees, the owners of a company can order for custom-made applications, which can get them their desired results.
Synapse Communications will now apprise its readers of the different techniques that can let an organization warm its employees up to the use of mobile applications:
Automate key processes: To begin with, a business must first order for an application or a set of applications, which comes in handy in automating the key tasks that are performed by its employees ... Read More
The functionality of Android smartphones with the latest accessories for mobile phones and mobile devices apps makes this a very attractive option for a wide range of consumers. The beauty of the Android market is that it is an open source platform, allowing amateurs to professional developers and apps that can improve your daily life produce.
Here are some of the highest recommended Android apps both free and paid on the Android Marketplace
Zoom Camera FX – Frequently Android smartphones are a little weak in the digital camera department. That’s why the FX Zoom Camera app is so impressive addition to Android device. With 40 unique effects, the camera is improved to almost iPhone proportions.
CoPilot Live 8 – While Google Maps is an impressive and credible option for navigation, for the... Read More
Mobile Applications come in two business models. The first depends on the sale of applications, and actual retention is only a minor concern so far as it can drive additional downloads. The second model depends on user engagement, and the application is generally free, and it relies on user retention to drive ad or sales revenue.
According to Flurry Analytics, which monitors data for over 20,000 Android and iPhone applications and over 2 billion user sessions each month, user retention across all apps drops an average of 85 percent by the first month. This means that 85 out of every 100 people who download an app will have deleted it from their phone within the first 30 days. After six months, retention is only 5 percent.
For apps that depend on user engagement and constant use over time, ... Read More
The first mobile phone I used was just that: a phone that I could use while on the move. It did have a calculator, snakes (the game) and a calendar, but not much else. When they launched mobile phones that could play he radio and had a built-in camera, I was overjoyed. It seemed to me that there was not much they could do with phones anymore; they could attach a Swiss knife, fit in a torch, or maybe shape it like a boomerang, but what else was left?
I happily realized that I was wrong once the field of mobile application development advanced at a searing pace and more and more innovative mobile applications flooded the market. At first I was not much interested in all these fancy applications; my attitude was: Do I need them? I dont think so.
But once I checked out an app store and was to... Read More
We cannot imagine our lives without a mobile phone. When mobile phones were introduced they were nothing more than a basic device which was used to make and receive calls, albeit at a high price. Over time the adoption of cell phones went on from just business users and included audiences across various age groups. As the user base spread, so did the need for a more interactive and entertaining device. This was the time when games were launched on mobile phones. Initially the cell phone consisted of 1 or maximum 2 games which had minimalistic brick design graphics. However as competition grew within the mobile phone sector, the need for high end mobile applications development grew exponentially... Read More