Tag: apps

#44 – iWatch and Twitter Hackers

In this week’s episode of AppCorner we chat all about Apple’s rumored iWatch speculation. Will it actually happen or do we think Apple is moving into another realm? Also, we chat recent Twitter brand hacking, the new Mailbox app and as always, recommend our apps of the week! AppCorner is hosted by the team at […]

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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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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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Ok Glass

I woke up July 3rd excited, I had a golden ticket to Google NYC to get my hands on Google Glass, the new head-mounted technology from Google. Half Gordi La Forge, half Android phone strapped to your head. Going into the experience I have to admit I was a skeptic. My skepticism stemmed not from […]

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7 Essentials to Designing an Ergonomic App

While user interface designers cannot affect the shape, dimensions, or textures of the device we are working with, we can affect how people use them. The use of ergonomics is a latent factor in application design. If you don’t notice it, it means that the app is doing it right. If you do notice it, […]

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GPSTwit Released to the Itunes Store

Location Location Location. GPS Twit is a new application that makes it easy for your friends and contacts to track your location around the world. The application is freely available from the iTunes application store for IPhone devices as well as for Windows mobile phones. Users can visit www.gpstwit.com to download the application. The software […]

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Raizlabs helps launch new iPhone fitness application

Fitnesskeeper came to Raizlabs with a vision for a technology based company focused on Fitness and Health. Raizlabs helped define a product strategy and vision for an iPhone application to allow runners to track runs using the iPhone 3G. We created an end-to-end design for the application and the RunKeeper brand and then developed the […]

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RunKeeper Wins 2008 Best Outdoor App

Runkeeper an iPhone application for runners, cyclists and athletes wins the 2008 ‘Best App Ever’ award for ‘Best Outdoor Use App‘ The RunKeeper application was designed and developed by Raizlabs for one of our iPhone application clients. Raizlabs started developing iPhone applications during the summer of 2008 and continues to build innovative and award winning […]

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Word Popper iPhone Game Released

Word Popper is the first iPhone game developed by Raizlabs. The game is available now from the Apple AppStore. The game is a word game where the object of the game is complete words as quickly as possible. Users get a number of letters and they can pop them to form a word. Each time […]

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