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Thursday, October 27, 2011

AppsMakerStore as the leading online App making software that have been around since the word "App" was added to the dictionary last year, has released new price plans starting with as little as 9,99$ per month for creating your own Mobile App without any limitation. This includes unlimited changes, no limits in traffic, storage space, tech support, and with no hardware or software needed for creating your mobile App.

Why? "We don't believe in pure mobile converting from web for most. As the content on an App is more 2 ways communication, and web is one. Still we believe that many will be fine with a Mobile App in HTML5 that supports all smart phones with Mobile script form your Web, QR codes, links and Facebook at a price as low as 9,99, per month is fair." Says Mr. Rudi Carlsen CEO of Appsmakerstore.

Near 25.000 App developers World Wide have signed up with the Appsmakerstore solution. That also has announces integrations with Google AdMob, Google Adsence, DropBox, Livechat and other popular mobile integrations on its way. In their system you will find everything from large and small companies, private, governments, sports, events and even some revolutions in the Arab regions.

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

App making tips -

Ability to move gadgets up and down can now be done from simulator phone in your admin. Read more useful App making tips here

Google: 2/3rds of our mobile search comes from Apple’s iOS

As part of the Senate Judiciary hearings today, former Former FTC Official (and new Google employee) Suzanne Michel, testified under oath today that Google, Microsoft and Yahoo all bid to become the default search engine on iOS’s Mobile Safari Web Browser.  As we know, Google won, and as we can infer, Apple get’s some revenue from Google for making it its default search engine.  As we know from Apple being Apple, the quality of the Search was probably as big a part of the decision as the small bits of revenue.
But as part of the testimony, Michel said briefly (before she was cut off) that 2/3rds of mobile search comes from Apple iOS devices.  That’s pretty interesting considering the share of Android devices in the market.

Google: 2/3rds of our mobile search comes from Apple’s iOS

Saturday, September 17, 2011

14th February 2011 Revolution Day in Bahrain يوم الغضب البحريني takes Mobile Apps into their campaign

14th February 2011 Revolution Day in Bahrain يوم الغضب البحريني

14febr takes Mobile Apps made with the Appsmakerstore system into their campaigns. The Apps has already become very popular, with near 100.000 views and works as a mobile social and news collaboration point. 

This is another good example on how important Apps and mobile marketing has become. A mobile phone can dramatically improve living standards by saving wasted trips, providing information about crop prices, summoning medical help, and even serving as a conduit to banking services. The smart phone is the single most transformative technology for development. 

The Smart phone has completely transformed our lives: how we interact with friends, how we interact with cities, how we make art, how we plan my fun, how we wait in line at the grocery store yes everything....

You can find the App here

Friday, September 16, 2011

The worlds most popular smart phones 2011

Apple iPhone tops smartphone charts in 2nd quarter 2011

Apple reigns supreme in the second quarter, according to IDC.
(Credit: IDC Worldwide Mobile Phone Tracker)
In one short year, Apple has toppled Nokia and taken control of the worldwide smartphone market.
According to research firm IDC, Apple's sales of 20.3 million iPhones worldwide during the second quarter of 2011 helped the company secure 19.1 percent market share and lead all other vendors. The company's shipments grew 141.7 percent compared to the second quarter of 2010 when it sold just 8.4 million iPhones and secured 13 percent share.
Apple's growth is all the more impressive when one considers that the iPhone 4 has been on store shelves for over a year now, and speculation abounds that it could be replaced with a new version of the device within weeks. However, Apple hasn't confirmed that it will, in fact, launch a new iPhone this year, and even the rumor mill can't seem to agree over whether the iPhone 5 will ship or if Apple will offer up an updated version of the iPhone 4.
Although Apple's year-over-year growth was strong, it was Samsung that stole the show. That company saw its shipments grow 380.6 percent year over year to settle at 17.3 million in the second quarter. At that level, Samsung was able to secure 16.2 percent share. Samsung's success is due mainly to the company's high-end devices, like the Galaxy S, IDC said.
"What originally began as a series of high-end smartphones has proliferated well into the mass-market, but has not strayed too far from its high-end roots," wrote about Samsung in its report on smartphone shipments. "Moreover, its steady cadence of device releases and updates has kept Samsung's smartphones well out in front of the competition."
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While Apple and Samsung had a strong quarter, Nokia didn't fare so well. That company saw its shipments decline 30.4 percent during the second quarter from 24 million last year to 16.7 million this year. What's more, Nokia, which was easily dominating the smartphone space last year with 37.3 percent share, was only able to secure 15.7 percent of the market last quarter.
"Nokia ceded the number one position for the first time in the history of IDC's Mobile Phone Tracker, with smartphone volumes dipping below the 20 million unit mark for the first time since 3Q09," IDC said. "Even as the company released new smartphones running on Symbian^3, demand for its products running on the aged Symbian platform has shifted to other devices."
That said, IDC acknowledged that Nokia's market share dip also has something to do with the state of its operation. Earlier this year, the company announced that Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform would become the "principal" operating system on its line of smartphones. Nokia is currently focusing much of its efforts there, and will likely continue to take a short-term hit for the eventual goal of reestablishing its brand over the long-term.
Even so, Nokia is still leading the pack in total mobile phone shipments. Last month, IDC reported that Nokia shipped 88.5 million handsets during the second quarter, helping it to secure 24.2 percent share. Although its shipments were down 20.3 percent, the company still easily bested second-place Samsung, which shipped 70.2 million mobile phones during the period, securing 19.2 percent market share. LG came in third with 6.8 percent share on 24.8 million phone shipments.
Back to smartphones, Research In Motion and HTC rounded out the top five, securing 11.6 percent and 11 percent market share, respectively. RIM's shipments were up 10.7 percent year over year, while HTC's grew by 165.9 percent.
Overall, the worldwide smartphone market grew by 65.4 percent to 106.5 million shipments, IDC said.
IDC's findings follow a similar report last week from research firm Strategy Analytics. That company said 110 million smartphones shipped during the second quarter, and the market was led by Apple with 18.5 percent share. Samsung, the firm said, secured the second spot with 17.5 percent share on 19.2 million smartphones shipped. Nokia came in third in Strategy Analytics' report with 15.2 percent shar

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