Month: February 2018

Safe & Secure Chat Mobile App

Mobile apps are hands down, one of the best things that have happened to both businesses as well as people in general. Do you have to market your product? Do you want to get an instant feedback from your customers? Do you, as a customer, want a company to serve you faster, better, while providing

IOS Mobile App for Online Bartering

Our developers has been busy for these days to develop IOS mobile app for our swapping software iScripts eSwap. The results were more than expected. We succeeded in launching powerful virtual swap meet app that allows direct swapping capability to users and trade with each other. APP provides flexibility to users by allowing them to

The Art of Mobile App Interaction [Video]

NativeScript Developer Day – The Art of Mobile App Interaction [Video] DZone’s Guide to NativeScript Developer Day – The Art of Mobile App Interaction [Video] Learn how to keep user interaction with your mobile app a priority at all stages of your app’s development with this presentation from NativeScript. by · · Free Resource Join

Wine Tourism Refined: Kazzit Announces Redesign and New Mobile App

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sep 16, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Kazzit(R), the wine industry’s most all-inclusive online community, today announced the launch of a new, redesigned version of its website, Still 100 percent free to consumers, key features of the site include a sleeker, more attractive design, a more engaging user experience with enhanced search

Mobile app for unreserved train tickets unveiled in Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Feb 13  The Bengaluru division of the South Western Railway (SWR) on Monday unveiled a dedicated mobile application for purchasing unreserved tickets on mobile by commuters and passengers travelling daily or at short notice. “The mobile application eliminates the need for one to visit a counter for unreserved tickets and also helps in moving towards

Indian mobile app start-ups to track China’s growth path

Shunwei Capital, the venture capital firm cofounded by Xiaomi founder Lei Jun, expects the development of the Indian mobile internet sector to closely mirror that of China, making the subcontinent’s mobile app start-ups highly attractive for early-stage investments. Tuck Lye Koh, chief executive and founding partner, expects the next batch of unicorns – or venture-backed