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Beautiful Applications – the future of mobile app design

Matt Gemmell has written a very interesting piece on his blog about interaction design and Augmented Paper. He gives a very interesting overview from a design point of view of iOS, Android and Windows Phone's Metro interface. Here are the highlights: iOS iOS provides hand-sized (or magazine-sized) experiences, designed to comfort you as much as possible, and to ...

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Why Android is Perfectly Suited to Instagram’s Business Model

Today Instagram launched the Android version of their extremely popular iPhone application. Instagram was the application that really made filtered photographs popular and accessible to inexpert iPhone photographers. The app itself is successful due to its stunning results, its simple sharing with Facebook and twitter, and its own internal social network of ...

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US Smartphone Marketshare: Android and iOS remain the major players

According to a new report from Nielsen, US smartphone market share has now reached 50% of mobile ownership. One more interesting statistic is the smartphone operating system market share. While Android is still the largest platform at 48%, in the last three months Apple's market share has reached 43% from under 32%. This could be due to the iPhone 4S being ...

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How Google’s Inevitable Decline in Search will Impact Your Business

Today when a potential customer is interested in a product, in most cases they will turn to Google search to find out more about it and to find out from where they can purchase it. That in many ways makes things simple, as you know you need a website, you might know you need to optimize it for Google (SEO) and you might want to invest in some Google advertis...

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iPhoto for iOS – how can it be so complicated?

At the recent iPad announcement, Apple also unveiled a version of its iPhoto application for iOS devices to much critical acclaim. The iPad, we are told, is a natural device for editing photographs and iPhoto is a powerful application for doing just that. So I installed iPhoto on my iPad and iPhone and started looking forward to all of this new photographic power. ...

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iCloud has made Byword compelling

A new version of the minimalist text editor Byword is now available on Apple's app stores for the Mac and iOS devices. If you're already outfitted with a plethora of word processors and text editors you might ask why you would want to shell out for more. Byword has just become very compelling due to its iCloud integration. Write on your iPhone, edit on your iPad ...

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iPad 3 will be awesome, but no surprise

The iPad 3 is due to be announced on Wednesday of this week, and it's already pretty clear what will be in it, and that will be no surprise. Yet, the differences will make a great tablet far better. Here is what we expect to be unveiled on Wednesday: Retina Display The iPad 3 will have a retina display. Anyone who has looked at an iPhone 4 and then an iPad 2 ...

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The Best of OS X Mountain Lion

Apple surprised almost everyone this morning by announcing its latest update to its Mac operating system, OS X Mountain Lion. Coming less than a year after Lion, Mountain Lion adds in a lot of apps and features from iOS into the Mac operating system. We're really excited about: the increased use of iCloud, and iCloud enabled applications such as reminders ...

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Growth in iOS applications increases over Android

The number of applications available for iOS devices is increasing faster than those available for Android devices, according to statistics generated by analytics company Flurry and reported by Businessweek. Apple has more than 550,000 apps in its store, compared with over 400,000 for Google’s Android Market. At Digital Possibilities we would put this down to ...

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