Korean mobile and online game developer WeMade Entertainment has announced its Q3 2013 financial results, highlighting the company’s growth in anticipation of a push into Western markets. Its Wind Runner game [pictured] has been downloaded over 30 million times in Japan and Korea, while the company’s catalog now sits at 27 products released in 20 months.
Mobile relationship management company Appboy has announced its in-app News Feed, aimed at increasing click-through rates and overall user engagement. Developers can use the News Feed to show custom messages and announcements to specific groups of users, and are encouraged to use the News Feed alongside Appboy’s other tools, like push notifications, in-app messages and mobile emails.
Today’s guest post is by Rich Lee, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Adobe Creative Cloud Web Products
Adobe has a long history of being involved with the development and advancement of the Web, and has led the vision of a more creative online design surface with breakthrough interactivity. With scalable vector graphics (SVG), Adobe initiated creative vector graphics for the web that are now critical in a world of high resolution mobile devices and the applications that have become so popular on them.
Today’s world is different than it was even a few years ago. Adobe addresses this with focused, task-oriented tools and a lean development process to validate and iterate on the tools to incorporate feedback quickly. (more…)
Mobile developer Slice has announced the release of a tablet-optimized version of its shopping companion app Slice on Google Play. It’s the company’s first tablet-optimized application, and features an updated user interface and other features that take advantage of a tablet’s larger screen.
Advertising company Adroit Digital has today announced the results of its holiday shopping survey, which measured the way moms are going to do their holiday shopping online this season. The survey found that 71 percent of moms are responsible for 75 percent or more of all gift purchases during the holiday season, creating ample opportunities for retailers (and mobile app developers) to capitalize on their increased shopping.
Mobile game developer TinyCo has announced it has secured $20 million in financing from Pinnacle Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz, which will help the developer create larger, deeper and better quality free-to-play mobile games going forward. The financing is in addition to the $18 million TinyCo received in 2011.
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