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What does Native Mobile App mean?

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A native mobile app is a smartphone application that is coded in a specific programming language, such as Objective C for iOS and Java for Android operating systems. Native mobile apps provide fast performance and a high degree of reliability. They also have access to a phone’s various devices, such as its camera and address book. In addition, users can use some apps without an Internet connection. However, this type of app is expensive to develop because it is tied to one type of operating system, forcing the company that creates the app to make duplicate versions that work on other platforms.

Most video games are native mobile apps, native apps are what most default mobile apps are categorized under. They offer the best of experiences when it comes to features handling, compatibility with your devices and best user interface.


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هل تريد الحصول على تطبيق الهواتف الذكية لمشروعك ؟

تحتاج إلى العثور على مبرمج تطبيقات مناسب؟ اذا انت بحاجة للحصول على 3 تسعيرات

ومن أجل تحقيق ذلك تحتاج إلى فهم متطلبات التطبيق الخاص بك

هذه هي قضية مشتركة بين العملاء و شركات تطوير التطبيقات – عدم التيقن من العملاء تنتهي حول ما يحتاجون إليه حقا

:وفيما يلي 6 أسئلة سريعة أن تسأل نفسك عن فكرتك للتطبيق الجديد لتوضيح الاحتياجات الخاصة بك لنفسك و مطور التطبيق الخاص بك

ما هو نوع التطبيق الذي ترغب في بنائة ؟

هل التطبيق يحتاج إلى نظام تسجيل الدخول ؟

هل التطبيق يحتاج الى التنبيهات ؟

هل التطبيق يتستخدم طرق الدفع الالكتروني في التطبيق ؟

هل المستخدم يمكنه التقييم وحفظ ومراجعة المفضلات ؟

هل تريد التطبيق أن تكون متصلة مع موقع الكتروني؟

عليك ان تعرف على احتياجاتك واهدافك لمشروعك, نحن هنا للمساعدة ونتشرف بكم

Microsoft Is Reportedly Acquiring Swiftkey For $250 Million

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Microsoft has been releasing its own apps on Android lately, but it’s apparently looking to buy one now. Financial Times reports Microsoft is swooping in to snap up keyboard maker SwiftKey for $250 million. SwiftKey is running on millions of Android devices, plus the ones from OEMs that license and re-skin SwiftKey. Now Microsoft could extend its reach to all those devices very soon.

As neither company is talking (we’ve reached out to SwiftKey), it’s impossible to know what Microsoft has planned. The AI technology in SwiftKey’s predictive engine is certainly interesting, as evidenced by the impressive performance of the alpha app it released a few months ago. It seems likely Microsoft will keep offering the app on Android with such a huge user base. And hey, maybe they can just cram Cortana in there too?

SwiftKey has been one of the top keyboard apps on Android for years, even when it was a paid app. Finding the premium app model didn’t suit it, SwiftKey moved to freemium in 2014. SK has never talked about how successful it has been at selling themes, but they won’t have to worry about that anymore with big daddy Microsoft paying the bills. The deal will be made official later this week according to Financial Times.

Google Play Store adds a thumb for quick positive feedback

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It’s a just tiny little change. Google has snuck a single thumbs up button into the Google Play review section and packed the spam button into a side menu. This replaces an old, Reddit-like system that allowed for both thumbs up and thumbs down.

Now that they’re using a setup much closer to Facebook’s, this Like-like thumb icon lets Google Play users nod in agreement with reviews that say what they would have said about an app. To maintain simplicity of design, and perhaps to discourage its frivolous use, Google has relegated the spam flag to a small menu beside the thumb. This makes it a two step process to flag something as spam, but giving positive feedback is just one touch away.

This is part of an ongoing process of tweaking that the Google Play dev team has been working with lately. For instance, they recently released the ability for game and app devs to addpromo codes, which gave devs the option to run promotions that let users download their items for free. Previously, the primary place to get free apps was with the third-party storeAmazon Underground.

Again, as we said, these are small alterations, but they could prove to be very useful. What are your thoughts regarding Google Play’s new review rating system? Is there anything about the store’s current setup that you find particularly irksome? What can Google do to make their it better in the future? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Great News For iOS Gamers

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Gamevice has turned iPhone into something like PS Vita. They created an iOS gamepad which is doing exactly like what we wished all mobile controllers had been doing for years: latching onto the sides of phone to unify it and controller giving us what feels like a portable gaming console that happens to run iOS games.
The controller is feeling good in hand. As you’re starting to use it, you will forget that you’re using a smartphone and get caught up in the game forever like a maze.
It is available now from apple, online and in-store, and soon will be available in other retailers’ stores. It costs US $100.
As you can see from picture, the company added standard inputs: four triggers, four action buttons, D-Pad and two sticks exactly like other known game controllers. But the question is will PlayStation and Xbox start to lose its audience or will loyal audience stay with them?
Please share your opinion with us. What do you think will happen?

Android Update Could Bring Split Screen to Google Tablets

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Members of Google’s Pixel C team hinted in a Reddit question and answer session last week that a split screen capability for the tablet is in the works.

According to Google’s director of consumer hardware Andrew Bowers, the company is working on a myriad of new features and improvements for next year’s Android 7.0 upgrade (called N for short).

“We’re working on lots of things right now for N that, of course, we wish we had, you know, yesterday,” Bowers wrote. “But we’d spoil the surprise of N if we shared all of them. Split screen is in the works!”

The update is expected to be made available in October or November 2016, based on Android’s update launch history.

The addition of the split screen feature would bring Google’s tablets up to speed with those from Windows and Apple, which got screen sharing technology with Windows 8 in 2012 and with iOS 9 in September, respectively.

While Apple currently allows up to two apps to share the screen with its Split View, Microsoft’s Windows 10 update brought users the ability to view up to four apps simultaneously.

What is the point of open source swift?

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As developers, they will be able to create iOS and OS X apps on non apple systems and will guarantee of 100% compatibility.
Not only this, even they will be able to develop android apps, windows apps, or client-side web apps using swift, which is barely a year and half old.
They will have full capacity to contribute improvements to the design and implementation of swift.
But what about us who are not programmers?
There will be flood of new developers who always wanted to create iOS and OS X apps but they couldn’t due to lack of proper resources.
So you can expect a lots of awesome fast apps to come out over the next few years. No headache, no crash, no frozen apps.
The future of swift will be exciting and we cannot wait to be part of it.