Mobile

  • Mobile Interface Myths You Should Throw Out The Window

        If anything’s clear in 2017, it’s that lying is back in fashion (if it ever left us at all). From the heated fake news debate to the false data provided by Facebook, lying is all the rage these days. A white lie here and there is no big deal. We’re all guilty of […]

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  • A Swift Transition From iOS To macOS Development

        Today started just like any other day. You sat down at your desk, took a sip of coffee and opened up Xcode to start a new project. But wait! The similarities stop there. Today, we will try to build for a different platform! Don’t be afraid. I know you are comfortable there on […]

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  • Right-To-Left Development In Mobile Design

        The Middle Eastern market is growing at a rapid pace, and, as a result, demand for IT products is also booming in the region. What is peculiar, though, is that Middle Eastern countries require design that is not only compatible with their needs and comfortable for their users, but that is also suitable […]

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  • iPhone 8 Leak: How an iOS Developer Discovered Apple’s Slip-Up

    When developer Guilherme Rambo saw that Apple had released firmware for the upcoming HomePod speaker, he thought it must have been a mistake. The HomePod doesn’t come out until December, after all. Curiosity piqued, he started digging through the code, where he found perhaps the last thing he expected: Apple’s next iPhone. While some details […]

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  • How to Find Wi-Fi Passwords in Android & iOS

    WiFi is indispensable for a smartphone owner as almost every app needs internet to run. Probably that’s why people have such funny WiFi router names to protect it from being misused. However, there’re times when you need to connect a new device to your WiFi network but forget the password, or want to share a […]

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  • Tool Tip: Sizzy Accelerates Responsive Designing

    Sizzy is a web app and a Chrome extension that provides a fast way of testing your responsive designs. And by that, I mean really fast. There are a bunch of tools that show you previews of your websites on all kinds of devices. However, I have yet to find one that’s faster than Sizzy. […]

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  • A Brand New Editor for the WordPress Mobile Apps

    Now that so many of us carry around tiny pocket-size computers, more and more of our Internet time happens on phones and tablets — not just browsing, but creating. You’ve been asking for a better publishing experience in the WordPress app to make mobile publishing smoother. Today we’re introducing a new editor for iOS and […]

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  • Ready to Dive into Mobile Development? Consult History First

    Do you remember VisiCalc? If you do, you’re like me: old. VisiCalc was a big deal (way) back in the day. It was the first spreadsheet program for personal computers. I don’t mean in a GUI like Excel either, this was the early 1980s after all. VisiCalc was transformative, a milestone in personal computing. In […]

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  • Mobile SEO: the ultimate guide

    Another Google tool is PageSpeed Insights. This tool shows you exactly how fast your site loads on mobile and desktop. It also suggests performance improving enhancements. Use this alongside the Developer Tools in browsers to see how your site is rendering its contents. Some other great tools to up your mobile SEO game are Google’s […]

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  • How We Built An iOS App To Shoot A 3D Video (Case Study)

    How We Built An iOS App To Shoot A 3D Video (Case Study) By Evgeny Khrolenok Igor Mikheiko July 12th, 2017 Case StudiesiOSVideos 1 Comment It wasn’t long after Hollywood released its first 3D films that the movie format quickly gained huge popularity worldwide. Thanks to developments in video-recording technology, any user can now shoot […]

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  • Google is Testing a New Design for Mobile Search Results

    Google is Testing a New Design for Mobile Search Results Google has been spotted testing a new design for both paid and organic search results. Changes include putting the URL at the top of search cards, fewer ads, and adding more color to organic search cards. from Pocket http://ift.tt/2ta72YE via IFTTT

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  • Convert Android Device Into a Fax Machine With These Two Tools

    Faxes have more or less been replaced by the email these days. While it is no longer the de facto method of sending important documents, a fax machine can still serve as a decent alternative to the email in times of needs. As such, we’ll be taking a look at two tools that can help […]

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  • Create Spotify Playlists with Your Friends in Facebook Messenger

    Ever wished that you could create a Spotify playlist with your friends? If you’re a user of the Facebook Messenger, you can now do that as Spotify has rolled out a Group Playlist feature for the chat app. Spotify for Android Now Has Behind the Lyrics Integration Spotify for Android Now Has Behind the Lyrics […]

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  • 10 Amazing Time Tracking and Invoicing Apps that Will Save You Tons of Time

    Time and expense tracking tasks are definitely not what a web designer or creative would like to do. Yet, they are essential part of operating a business and keeping it running smoothly. There is a perfect solution for those, who do not want to waste time on the project management tasks. Special tools that can […]

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  • You Can Create Video Directly on Facebook

    Facebook has recently launched some cool features and is planning to do much more. On the video content front, after introducing features like Facebook Mentions, the company will take its video content ambitions to the next level, as the it is preparing a new app that would focus on video creation. Facebook rolling out a […]

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  • Google: Prepare For Mobile First Index By Looking For Noindex & Faulty Redirects

    Google: Prepare For Mobile First Index By Looking For Noindex Faulty Redirects Google’s Gary Illyes said on Twitter this morning that you can prepare for the mobile-first index which likely isn’t launching until next year by looking for noindex directives and faulty redirects. from Pocket http://ift.tt/2s8yBmE via IFTTT

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  • An All-New Media Library for the WordPress iOS App

    We recently launched an all-new media picker for WordPress for Android. Now, iOS users, you’re next! The new 7.8 release of WordPress for iOS includes a top-level Media Library section for each site you manage — making it even easier to share your images, video, and other media with the world. With just one tap […]

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  • Get the Firefox Focus Experience Now on Android Smartphones

    Remember Firefox Focus, Mozilla’s privacy-based web browser? Well, it has finally made the jump over to the Android operating system after making its debut on iOS devices. Firefox 54 Could Very Well be Mozilla’s Best Browser Firefox 54 Could Very Well be Mozilla’s Best Browser There was a time when Mozilla’s Firefox browser was the […]

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  • Choosing Between Free and Paid Antivirus App for Android

    Years back, people used to have intense discussions on whether Android devices need antivirus apps or not. In fact, most people thought that, because Android was based on Linux, there is no need to worry about any threats. After all these years, however, we have come to a conclusion — especially in the lights of […]

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  • Google: We Are Rewriting Our Page Speed Algorithm For Mobile

    Google: We Are Rewriting Our Page Speed Algorithm For Mobile One of the more confusing things around the mobile first index is will page speed be a factor or not when it launches. Google has said no, it won’t be and then they said yes it will be. It seems like Google is reworking how […]

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