Are you a McDonald’s or Burger King Fan? Mac or PC? Well now, you have to choose between Tinder and Bumble. While geolocated dating apps have revolutionized the love life of Generation Y just a few years ago, a new milestone has been crossed by Bumble, the network that wants to empower women. Beyond her feminist argument, Bumble is also known for bringing together high-flying professionals. You are much more likely to get your hands on a hedge fund manager or a human resources manager on Bumble than elsewhere. While Tinder app has built a solid reputation for fun, Bumble seems more geared towards lasting relationships. Continue reading “Bumble Vs. Tinder: Which Is Better?”
It’s seriously playing on the world of dating apps. All ideas are good to take if they can stand out and attract a lot of users.
There was little came out the application Once. A dating service (for no hurry, say the bad languages) offering only one profile per day. The goal is to avoid emotional (or sexual) procrastination and help to find true love. We will still have some doubts about this concept when any user will tell you that even with a mass of solicitations, it is very difficult to find the pearl, so the El Dorado seems difficult to reach with this unique suggestion concept. Continue reading “Now you Can Arrange Threesomes With your Smartphone”
The world will soon have 2 billion smartphone users. It is not surprising then that mobile marketing has become one of the most important levers used by companies to reach new customers. However, while this is a relatively young discipline, many companies have not yet learned the right methodology to define an effective m-marketing strategy. Often, they forget the first three steps: Continue reading “The 3 Pillars of any mobile marketing strategy”
In our previous articles, we gave you some tips for creating your app’s app design, but we did not talk about the app design for Apple Watch apps. It is time to look into this subject.
But before talking about the app design adapted to the Apple Watch, let’s see how this gadget works …
Security in mobile development is one of the issues of concern to all players in the market: project developers, developers and finally users. How not to worry if the first launch of an application, it asks us several permissions which we sometimes do not even know the consequences.
The request for permissions is often fully justified to allow the application to work properly, but unfortunately this is not always the case. This is why the user must pay attention to the permissions he gives, but it is also essential that the developer has an ethical approach to his job and only asks what is strictly necessary. Continue reading “Mobile App Development Security Permissions”