It’s already obvious that the consumer market moves in the direction of smart homes and appliances with Internet of Things, augmented and virtual reality devices.
This June on WWDC Apple announced its ARKit — a platform for developing augmented reality apps. Also add into the fray a new generation of Apple devices like iPhone8 coming this fall. Finish with the release of iOS1
When a mobile app is needed, the development can take two ways: building a native app for Android using Java, for iOS using Objective-C and for any other platform using its respective language
Smart homes utilizing the power of Internet of Things are near and they will undoubtedly become ubiquitous during the next decade. Both Google and Apple develop their smart home IoT solutions and consumers have to choose amongst them
iOS 10.2 brought lots of updates, but one particularly interesting was the Apple TV app, released as an update and replacement for Video app last October. Intended to become the epicenter of user’s digital universe
Two smartphone integration systems, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto dominate the market currently. Which of them to choose? Which one has more features or better UX? Apple customers will go for their preferred iOS solution, of course.
New iOS 10 features are a significant update of both UI and UX. Some interface sections changed drastically, but all the changes are great. Apple made sure even the most sophisticated users are delighted with the piece of art their iPhones turned into.
Mobile world congress 2017 is over. It took place at Mobile World Capital Barcelona, Spain from February, 27 to March, 2 and these 4 days were incredible! Around 108,000 people were able to witness the true power of mobile
Quantic Apps company provides a list of tips on mobile app development that can help deliver a great product. Some pieces of advice are quite common, while some can be a surprise!