Tag: Android

5 Reasons to Use Google Analytics

Google took web analytics by storm, but up until recently, their mobile offering was always a bit clunky. For our mobile client work we’ve historically recommended alternative solutions to Google Analytics – i.e. Localytics (we built their SDK) or Flurry, which have provided great mobile analytics services for a number of years. That being said, […]

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Runkeeper named top 10 app of 2009 by Time

We’re happy to announce that Runkeeper has been named by Time magazine as one of the top 10 apps of 2009. Raizlabs has been working with the Runkeeper team on the development of Runkeeper since it’s launch over a year and a half ago. The application has been a consistent top selling, top grossing application […]

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Raizlabs Does Android

With a track record of over 25 apps for the iTunes store and millions of downloads it was time to take the plunge.  Boston based mobile development house, Raizlabs has branched into mobile launching three major applications for the Android platform.  We’re not only about iOS anymore, Raizlabs does Droid.

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B&H named one of Internet Retailer’s Hot 100 E-Retailers

The attention to detail, fun mobile shopping experience, and kooky animations from the unified suite of B&H apps created by Raizlabs and B&H, were just a couple of things that gained Internet Retailer Magazine’s editors attention this year. B&H Photo Video, the largest non-chain photo and video equipment store in United States, was named one of Internet […]

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Google Unleashes Material Design. Four Reasons to Get Excited.

Not that you’ve been living under a rock or anything, but last week Google introduced Material Design. Its goal is to, “Create a visual language that synthesizes classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science.” Yeah, I just typed that sentence. Let me boil that marketing-speak down for you. Google […]

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tools on wooden work bench as metaphor for native tools

What is Native and How Does it Benefit Your Mobile App?

Building an app? Deciding whether or not to write “native” code will be the first technical choice you make. This single decision affects everything that follows, from whom you can hire to customer satisfaction to first-year revenue. It’s not always crystal-clear what tech teams mean when discussing native and since we often get asked to […]

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AppBlade.com Released

We’re excited to announce the release of a new service for companies doing application development and deployment. The new service, called AppBlade, was launched today allowing companies to manage, test and deploy applications for iPhone, Android and other mobile devices. Traditionally, companies trying to deploy applications, especially iPhone, had to use a number of complex steps […]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch – Bigger Than Ever

The Samsung Galaxy S4 launched last week with loads of pomp and circumstance that included dance numbers, set changes, and even a live orchestra. Pre-launch rumors of a five inch screen for the S4 turned out to be true which prompted us to ask – will your iPhone look as good on your new tablet […]

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