Here are the iOS version statistics for April 14th 2012. The poll was taken over March 14th to April 13th. As you can see, the numbers are dramatically showing that 5.1 is now king. Since 5.1 came out on March 7th, it is reasonable to think that there were still a few users with 5.0… Read more »
An interesting article on the future of tablets in the enterprise.
Here is an update a week later. We have decided to break down the stats into 2 set of stats: newly polled users (polled since the last results) and total (including the previous figures). Ideally looking at just the newly polled users would give you the right results but since our pool is small, we… Read more »
We have started to conduct surveys to see the deployment of iOS 5.1 amongst our users. In one short week, iOS 5.1 has already reached a staggering 22.8%. Now our sample pool is fairly small; however, it is nicely distributed by country and iPhone vs iPad so it should be pretty close to the masses…. Read more »
We are proud to announce that another 14 Oranges production has been published by our customer Pacific Blue Cross. Mobile Travel Kit for iOS and Android is now available on the App Store and Android Market. Get quotes, select packages and options, and make final payments right from the app. Maintain a copy of the… Read more »
We are proud to announce that Ride Buzzer is now available in Simplified Chinese.
We recently got a Kindle Fire for a project that we are currently working on and I was really impressed with it so felt I should provide a review. In case you are not aware, the Kinde Fire is Amazon’s Android Tablet. It is a 7 inch tablet which runs a highly customized version of… Read more »
Some recents stats (article 1, 2, and 3) showing the growth of smartphones. Not surprisingly, Android has increased its overall share to 52.5% of the worldwide market share in Q3. In the US, Apple is still doing well and saw its overall sales increase to 17.3 million units and remains the most popular smartphone; however,… Read more »
We are looking for an Android developer for a short contract with the potential to extend into a full time position at the end of the contract. Ideally you have developed quite a few Android apps in the past and can hit the ground running from the start; however, it is not a must. If… Read more »
A friend of ours created this app called StockAnalyzer. As the name suggests, the app can be used to analyze market stocks and determine if certain stocks (NYSE and Nasdaq) are worth buying or selling. The app is based on a technique published by Phil Town (Rule #1 and Paybacktime) and is very simple to… Read more »