Smartphone penetration in the US has reached 48%, with 69% of mobile phone purchases being smartphones.
At the Apple iPhone 5 Special Event, Apple execs shared that iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone continue growing at a phenomenal pace, over 400 million iOS devices sold through June.
Demand for business-use tablets is starting to pick-up, especially in the medical sector for medical apps, where European physicians say they use iPads for 27% of their professional online time.
Game apps continue to make up more of the app sessions by iOS and Android devices users, 52% globally, and the benefactors of all this success are indie game app developers.
Android devices, tablets and smartphones, are the most targeted mobile OS for mobile malware attacks and for valid reasons.
Mobile app developers venturing into the exploding app economy are quickly discovering that technical prowess alone is not sufficient to make waves in a sea of over 1 million mobile apps.
iPad tablets have proven to increase efficiency and decrease the delays in patient care, according to study where these tablets were used by medical residents in hospitals.
The Smartphone QR code hype continues but consumers are not entirely won over. From a recent survey 81% of consumers did not know that a ‘QR code’ was.
Emerging markets are leading in mobile banking and specifically the mobile remittance trend.
Developing mobile APIs is a strategic way for both startups and enterprise businesses to increase both customer and partner reach.