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App - Becoming the Godfather of Smart Phone Apps By Jack Moore
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Are you struggling with the fact that you really don't know anything about how to be on top in the apps market? A good place to get ideas on phone apps is in social forums that target mobile users... More > and developers. Many ideas as well as complaints are found in these forums. The complaints from users are great in terms of feedback as they will tell you what not to do with your app. Developers will also tell you what you should avoid when creating your app due to design complexity and programming tool restrictions. Most of these forums are free and you only need to register to participate in them. What if I can offer you a solution that will help you to attain greatness, to become a success and learn about the best ways to dominate the apps market? In this ebook, you will learn about: -Brainstorming Smart Phone App Ideas -Perform A Thorough Competitive Market Research -Be Different From Your Competitor’s App -Hiring Programmers With Extensive Experience -many other useful things!< Less
Modern Phone Apps for a Modern Age By Taylor Sloan, Haho Presto
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An E-book created and published by Set F in the Marketing Management program at BCIT, 2013. This book covers the theme of Businesses and the use of Modern Apps to extend their reach in the... More > marketplace. Covers topics such as: Brand building, point of sale services, Loyalty systems, business model insights when contemplating creating an app.< Less
Proceedings of International Workshop on Sensing for App Phones (PhoneSense 2010) By Jie Liu, Andrew Campbell
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Proceedings of International Workshop on Sensing for App Phones (PhoneSense 2010) By Jie Liu, Andrew Campbell
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Building Windows Phone Apps: A Developer’s Guide By Pete Vickers et al.
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This book combines useful, technical information about the platform, written by those who’ve been there and done it, with some stories about the people and the apps they’d written. The... More > book will act as a handy reference that gives you a “puddy up” into developing on the platform and, importantly, helps you to avoid making the same mistakes others have made.< Less
Building Windows Phone Apps: A Developer’s Guide By Pete Vickers et al.
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This book combines useful, technical information about the platform, written by those who’ve been there and done it, with some stories about the people and the apps they’d written. The... More > book will act as a handy reference that gives you a “puddy up” into developing on the platform and, importantly, helps you to avoid making the same mistakes others have made.< Less
Farmlines: Living In the Days of Dumb Phones and Analog Apps By Dan Gogerty
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Farmlines are the threads that connect people to a place—in this case, a family farm in a time when kids downloaded games in the grove or haymow or from a Parker Brothers box; where they... More > accessed apps by running out the door to a tree house, snow fort, or pickup baseball game; where they made social media connections by talking, scheming, sharing, fighting, and linking up with kids in the community. Times change, but these Farmlines continue to get passed along through stories, daily activities, hopes, disappointments, subtle rituals—through handwritten letters and homemade bread. Comments about Gogerty’s Writing “Gogerty develops snapshot messages that expand to enhance the entire narrative. His writing is incredibly clear and yet so lyrical that its precision is not too formal. He infuses the essays with lots of humor and good will and peaceful energy.” Holly Carver, editor and publisher, Iowa City< Less
Farmlines: Living In the Days of Dumb Phones and Analog Apps By Dan Gogerty
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Farmlines are the threads that connect people to a place—in this case, a family farm in a time when kids downloaded games in the grove or haymow or from a Parker Brothers box; where they... More > accessed apps by running out the door to a tree house, snow fort, or pickup baseball game; where they made social media connections by talking, scheming, sharing, fighting, and linking up with kids in the community. Times change, but these Farmlines continue to get passed along through stories, daily activities, hopes, disappointments, subtle rituals—through handwritten letters and homemade bread. Comments about Gogerty’s Writing “Gogerty develops snapshot messages that expand to enhance the entire narrative. His writing is incredibly clear and yet so lyrical that its precision is not too formal. He infuses the essays with lots of humor and good will and peaceful energy.” Holly Carver, editor and publisher, Iowa City< Less
App Gangster By Zahid Ameer
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This powerful tool will provide you with everything you need to know to be a success and achieve your goal of getting your apps business to a successful place. With this product, and it’s... More > great information on running your own apps business it will walk you, step by step, through the exact process we developed to help people get all the info they need to be a success. In This eBook, You Will Learn: + Brainstorming Smart Phone App Ideas + Perform A Thorough Competitive Market Research + Be Different From Your Competitor’s App + Hiring Programmers With Extensive Experience + Building Your Apps For Different Types Of Smart Phones/OS ...And so much more!< Less
iPhone Apps Guide By Daniel Young
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For all the ways in which the world of technology changes at a breakneck pace, there are plenty of respects in which it hardly seems to change at all. Here’s one: There’s never a... More > shortage of people who are absolutely positive that Apple must do something right away, usually involving adding a feature or hitting a price point to avoid being rendered irrelevant by the rest of the industry. Apple seems to take active pleasure in ignoring those people. While it sometimes does stuff in the general ballpark of addressing the competitive issues at hand, it does so on its own timetable, and usually not in the exact fashion the chorus of experts insists is absolutely necessary. Long ago, the theory emerged that Apple needed to offer not an iPhone but iPhones: multiple models, including a budget-priced version. Not only that with the introduction of different apps they make the feature more attractive to its user. These are the Apps which are making iPhone much gorgeous.< Less