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HTML5: what marketers need to know [infographic]

HTML5: what marketers need to know [infographic] | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
According to stats from Uberflip, HTML5 is being used by almost 50% of developers, and is projected to grow to 80% within the next three years.
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Could native apps disappear as HTML5 apps gain? - Mobile Marketer - Content

Could native apps disappear as HTML5 apps gain? - Mobile Marketer - Content | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
As the user experience for part native, part Web-based apps continues to improve, marketers and developers are increasingly considering this hybrid solution a viable option for creating cross-platform app strategies.
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PacSun taps HTML5 for branded campaign hub - Mobile Marketer - Content

PacSun taps HTML5 for branded campaign hub - Mobile Marketer - Content | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Specialty retailer PacSun is placing big bets on HTML5 with a new lifestyle-based site that will be updated seasonally to coordinate with the brand’s marketing efforts.
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HTML 5: The Next Big Thing for Content

HTML 5: The Next Big Thing for Content | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
by Roger McNamee
“Hypertext Mark-up Language 5 (HTML 5) is just a programming language.” A famous investor said this to me 18 months ago. The statement is true, especially if you delete the word...
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Rypple Infographic: How Mobile Is Changing Work | In The Loop

Rypple Infographic: How Mobile Is Changing Work | In The Loop | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Recently, while waiting to board a flight at Chicago's Midway airport, my iPhone lost its signal.
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TechCrunch | Nielsen: U.S. Consumers App Downloads Up 28% To 41; 4 Of The 5 Most Popular Still Belong To Google

TechCrunch | Nielsen: U.S. Consumers App Downloads Up 28% To 41; 4 Of The 5 Most Popular Still Belong To Google | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
With smartphone penetration now at 50 percent in the U.S., the world of apps is seeing a knock-on effect in their popularity: according to a new report from Nielsen, mobile consumers are downloading more apps than ever before, with the average...
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Why Instagram Won't Be the Last Billion Dollar App

Why Instagram Won't Be the Last Billion Dollar App | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
App developers know mobile apps like Instagram are tapping into a set of consumer behaviors that are specific to mobile. Here’s how.
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The App is Dead (OK Not Really, But The Browser Is Back)

The App is Dead (OK Not Really, But The Browser Is Back) | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
"If it can be done on the Web, build it for the Web; if it can’t, build an app." Alex Schleifer, GM of the Media Lab at SAY Media Thanks to Apple's iOS and Google's open source Android OS, smartphone and tablet apps have enjoyed a period of...
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Why Publishers Don't Like Apps - Technology Review

Why Publishers Don't Like Apps - Technology Review | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
The future of media on mobile devices isn't with applications but with the Web.
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No need for an app: Uber launches on the mobile web

No need for an app: Uber launches on the mobile web | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Uber has launched a new mobile website that at m.uber.com, aimed at allowing Blackberry and Windows Phone owners to use the service.
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Top 10 resources for HTML5 developers - Canadian Web Developers' Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Top 10 resources for HTML5 developers - Canadian Web Developers' Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
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The era of the mobile app is over | The Wall Blog

The era of the mobile app is over | The Wall Blog | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Sorry, thatʼs it for mobile apps.It'll only last about three more years, or less, I said to a client who was consulting my company on developing new...
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Mobile Web ramping up 8x faster than Internet: Google - Content - Mobile Marketer

Mobile Web ramping up 8x faster than Internet: Google - Content - Mobile Marketer | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
The mobile Web is growing eight times the speed of the Internet, showing how the digital marketing is quickly becoming a mobile-first world, according to Google.
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Google I/O: Web or Native Apps? Google Has it Both Ways

The two keynotes at the Google I/O developers' conference presented two divergent approaches to Google's future products - and users inevitably must choose between them. Wednesday's keynote emphasized native Android apps downloaded from Google Play.
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Survey: Tablet Owners Prefer Browsers to Native Apps

Survey: Tablet Owners Prefer Browsers to Native Apps | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Browser or app: Which is a better way to reach readers on mobile platforms like iOS and Android? Publishers and developers haven't been shy about offering their opinions, but what about the people who actually use the devices?
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Technology Review: Apps are Waste of Resources

Technology Review: Apps are Waste of Resources | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Digiday talks with Jason Pontin, editor-in-chief and publisher of MIT's Technology Review.
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Mobile Site or Mobile App: Which Should You Build First? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Mobile Site or Mobile App: Which Should You Build First? [INFOGRAPHIC] | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Is it better to invest in creating a good mobile website, or building a standalone mobile app? This infographic breaks it down.
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Publishing News: HTML5 may be winning the war against apps - O'Reilly Radar

Publishing News: HTML5 may be winning the war against apps - O'Reilly Radar | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Some are sticking with apps, but many publishers are choosing HTML5-based solutions; students at MIT have solutions for news; and Penguin and Macmillan tell the DOJ they weren't involved in price fixing.
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The Mobile Web: Dead or On Hiatus?

The Mobile Web: Dead or On Hiatus? | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Now it seems more attention is being paid to making apps than making versions of websites optimized for smartphones screens...
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Betting Everything on Mobile

Betting Everything on Mobile | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Though the purchase price is an anomaly, the message behind Facebook's $1 billion agreement to buy photo-sharing application Instagram is not: apps are where the money is...
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How NSFW Corp Dodged The Newsstand Bullet And Lucked Into HTML5

How NSFW Corp Dodged The Newsstand Bullet And Lucked Into HTML5 | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
As I read Jason Pontin's piece about how Technology Review decided to turn its back on magazines-as-apps in favor of HTML5 publishing, I felt a sense of horror. Horror at how close I came to making...
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Evans Data: Developers are moving away from native platforms for app development - FierceDeveloper

Evans Data: Developers are moving away from native platforms for app development - FierceDeveloper | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Mobile developers in North America are steadily increasing their use of Web technologies and steadily decreasing their use of native platforms when working on mobile apps.
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TechCrunch | HTML5 Features Can Drive Up Mobile Websites’ Usage By Up To 28%

TechCrunch | HTML5 Features Can Drive Up Mobile Websites’ Usage By Up To 28% | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
If your mobile site still mostly consists of static pages, maybe it's time for an upgrade. According to new data from Usablenet, adding just a few interactive elements could increase your users' or readers' engagement with your site significantly.
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7 HTML5 Facts & Myths plus Tips, Resources & More. | JUST™ Creative

7 HTML5 Facts & Myths plus Tips, Resources & More. | JUST™ Creative | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
This is a guest article contributed by Vail Joy. As Opera evangelist Bruce Lawson puts it, “Everyone's talking about HTML5”.
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Mobile Devs Interested in Google Over Facebook for Social Mobile Apps

Mobile Devs Interested in Google Over Facebook for Social Mobile Apps | HTML5 web apps vs native apps | Scoop.it
Google and Facebook are in a war for user attention on the Web. This is not just about how many eyeballs are on Google+ versus Facebook but ...
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