Android OS is a TOP mobile operating system developed by Google, based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and wearables.
TOP Trends in Android Development in 2017
Every year the new trends in technologies appear, replacing each other and this process seems to be unstoppable. Since Android has been introduced several years ago, it made a revolution in mobile operating systems. Many things have changed since that times but one remains the same – Google does its best to blow users minds….
How to Keep the Faith in Progressive Web Apps with New Android Oreo Update?
A recent presentation of Android 8 (knows as Android Oreo) and consequent total solar eclipse cast a shadow on Progressive Web Apps. How could it be to have all Android Oreo Features in PWAs?
Risks Involved In Development: Is It Worth Taking A Risk?
Just like any business process, web and mobile development involves a number of risks. Sometimes, the number gets so big that you begin to wonder if it’s even worth the effort. Each risk, whether it relates to mobile or web development, can be backed up and managed. If it is not eliminated, it can still...
How your Business can Leverage from Android Wear 2.0 Update?
If you are skeptical about smartwatches, Android Wear 2.0 release may change your point of view. Sounds doubtful? Well, let’s see. For a long time Android smartwatches were on the sidelines of smartphones because many considered it as a niche device for runners and performance geeks. Very few people were interested in buying it as...
The process of WEB development: Roadmap
The development of any product can be a huge process and just like any others that you would expect a positive result from, the WEB process needs to be thought out and measured. A lot of developers, especially the junior ones or even the little companies, think that some stages of development are just a...
Android VS iOS: Which Platform Should You Build First?
The two main competitors in the mobile development market are definitely iOS and Android. And when you are ready to spend a fortune on mobile development, you have to make a decision as to which platform to select first, unless you have budgeted to cover both. We have attempted to gather several tips that would...