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The Top 2 Java Application Servers

Java is notably one of the most used programming languages and was ranked as one of the most popular languages in 2017. Java is used mostly to create server side applications to video games and mobile apps and is also the main foundation for developing apps on Androids. Comparably to IOS, Android continues to dominate the global market which is owned by Google. It is also Linux based and partially...[Read More]

5 Tips on Designing Error States for Your Mobile App

Errors are inevitable. They may occur as users’ key in information. They may happen when an app fails. They may arise due to problems with the backend. Irrespective of the cause, how errors are handled has a considerable impact on the end user’s experience. Poor error handling that includes confusing error messages can leave users frustrated and, in the worst case, cause them to abandon and uninst...[Read More]

Trivia Crack 2 Review

Trivia Crack 2 Review Etermax is best known for the popular Trivia Crack games, and I happy to say the long-awaited sequel Trivia Crack 2 has been released! They have kept the beloved multiplayer gameplay, plus added a new game mode for collecting characters, they have considerably improved the visuals, and added loads of new questions covering art, science, history, entertainment, sports, and geo...[Read More]

5 Ways to Improve Mobile App Retention Rate

5 Ways to Improve Mobile App Retention Rate Source: Pixabay.com Virtually every app developer experiences palpable excitement when they see their app’s download stats skyrocket. It’s definitely an early indicator that you have a good thing going. However, an equally important number you have to keep tabs on is app retention. Retention is the propensity of your app’s users to continue using it. Mak...[Read More]

Blast poker – a review

  In 2003 an accountant and amateur poker player changed the landscape of the card game when he pulled off the greatest bluff of all time against experienced card-shark Sammy Farha in the World Series of Poker. Whilst it was a life-changing moment for Moneymaker, it also marked a turning point for the game of poker. Up until that point, the card game had been pretty popular, but nowhere near ...[Read More]

Best VPN for Android: Surfshark

  If your phone needs protection, you should take a look at Surfshark VPN app for Android. Since Android is the most popular mobile OS in the World, it’s a goldmine for scammers. If you don’t secure your phone, you leave all doors open for tons of possible security threats. VPN, or Virtual Private Network, makes sure your internet activities are encrypted and protected from anyone spying on w...[Read More]

888poker Android App – Review

Getting Started with the 888poker App The 888poker app can be set up by following 3 quick & easy steps. Players must first register at 888poker, download the software, power up and play. The download and installation process for running the 888poker app can be completed within minutes. It is 100% free to download the software. Once you’ve registered and downloaded the mobile poker software, cl...[Read More]

42Gears Expands Wearable App Management Horizon

42Gears Mobility Systems, one of the first providers of Wearable Management Solution under its UEM umbrella, has expanded its offering to include support for Application Management for Android-based wearables. Apart from managing apps on devices like Smartphones, tablets and PCs, enterprises can now also manage Android Wear OS apps from 42Gears UEM console.     With Google updating its s...[Read More]

Review: iMobie PhoneRescue for Android

The importance of backups are often stressed to computer users, but this often gets overlooked when it comes to that little computer in our pocket. iMobie’s PhoneRescue software runs on either a Windows or Mac PC and allows you to backup / restore all the personal data sitting on your Android or iOS phone. I downloaded the Windows / Android version of the app from the iMobile website. Once i...[Read More]

Is the Mobile App About to Get Knocked Off its Perch by the Comeback of the Browser?

For a long time, the mobile app was the smartest and most efficient way to play games, read news or shop online through the screen of a mobile device. But now, with the emergence of advanced technology for web browsers such as HTML5 and faster internet speeds, it seems as though the browser is set to make a return and tussle for top spot. Some are even speaking of the “death of the app,” and there...[Read More]

Review: Ymiko Smart Bathroom Scale

I’ve struggled with my weight in the past and need to monitor it to keep me motivated. While any bathroom scale will do the job, this one connects wirelessly to your phone allowing it to not only record and keep track of your weight, but also loads of other stats such as your BMI, % body fat and % water. Inside the box you get the scales themselves along with instructions and 3 AAA batteries...[Read More]

Lightwave Home Automation Review

Lightwave Home Automation Review Lightwave specialize in home automation. Their products aren’t based on the “If this happens do this”, but more on the ability to fully control your home from a mobile device. The products offered by Lightwave fall into 3 main categories: Lighting Power Heating All of these elements are controlled through the brains of the operation the Lightwave Link Plus. The Lin...[Read More]

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