In exchange for interacting with ads (watching videos, for example), Alpha Trainer’s Android users will be able to cash-in virtual currency in order to gain access to premium content, including a 14-week training program. (more…)
There were over 50 billion app downloads in 2013, and while many developers struck gold, an overwhelming number of companies suffered through growing pains significant enough to set them back from competitors.
“I’d say that the biggest mistake, from our perspective, is not considering how the app will be supported,” says Jason Mitchell, director of product management at MokiMobility, a cloud-based mobile device platform and development company. “Apps are the new face of business and you’d never launch a new business without having a fleshed-out customer support experience in place. Customers are expecting more from their apps – especially when they are line-of-business.” (more…)
While games like Candy Crush and Minion Rush dominated the 2013 charts, user acquisition network Appia is already predicting the hottest titles of 2014. (more…)
When Apple activated iBeacon back in December, the retail world instantly saw the huge potential of millions of smartphone users with the ability to receive in-store mobile messaging via low-energy Bluetooth transmitters.
But is there a way for the tech to also enhance the world of mobile gaming? (more…)
From plants with personality to cars corkscrewing through the air to a game that can best be described as the Words with Friends of sports, 2013’s best mobile titles left both our brains dazzled and our batteries drained.
So as we step into 2014 looking forward to what the gaming world has to offer, we take a look back at the year that was and pick our favorite games of 2013. (more…)
Diablo meets God of War. That’s Eternity Warriors 3 in a nutshell, as the fantasy, hack-and-slash, action/RPG sends you battling through missions against a slew of enemies you defeat using everything from magic to bare knuckles. (more…)
Editor’s Note: Today’s guest blog comes from SecureKey’s Executive Vice President of Marketing, Andre Boysen, who is responsible for cultivating new and exciting opportunities in existing markets for the company.
There’s little denying that smartphones have become a staple in many people’s lives. They offer instant access to restaurant reviews, movie ticket reservations, social media and even, on occasion, calling up friends and family. Mobile phones have also taken the place of certain equipment like alarm clocks, watches and music players. These devices perform numerous tasks and their reach is bound to expand as the technology improves. Soon enough, many people will also be using their smartphones to complete transactions both online and in-person, and businesses should prepare for this change in buying habits. Below are three of the reasons you should consider making this move now, rather than later. (more…)
Think drag racing with tricks, and you get the idea behind Glu Mobile’s’ upcoming Motocross Meltdown, a fun twist to the free-to-play racing genre where ragdoll crashing can be just as much fun as pulling of the Superman you were flying so high to score.
Glu showed off the upcoming game, scheduled for a January release, during a recent Q1 showcase event in their San Francisco headquarters, and from what I played, Motocross Meltdown revs the iPad with some serious fun. (more…)
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