New developments and curiosities from a changing global media landscape: People, Spaces, Deliberation brings trends and events to your attention that illustrate that tomorrow's media environment will look very different from today's, and will have...
TV stations aren’t investing enough in digital, according to Catherine Badalamente, VP of digital at Post-Newsweek Stations.
Mobile Media Future's insight:
Interesting breakout of what the post newsweek stations are doing....says 50% of digital traffic is coming from mobile...("haven't made the flip")...so read for more detail. New apps for internet broadcasting....hitting in 4 weeks.... This is going to be fun!
In the not-too-distant future, you'll receive a full diagnosis and cure from your smartphone before you have even realized you're unwell. While this may seem like science fiction, it's on the cusp of becoming a reality.
Not so long back, using apps between different mobile operating systems was nothing less than an ordeal. Cross platform compatibility of smartphone apps was at its infancy even a few years back. The major mobile OSs like Android and Apple iOS for example, are made of different programming languages and their development environments are also drastically different. This fact, coupled with fragmentation of OS variants and diverse screen resolutions of Android based devices made using apps across platforms a tedious process.
However, in last couple of years things have changed for better and developers can now use a number of cross platform Smartphone app development tools. No matter what platform vendors proclaim, when it comes to difference between various Smartphone OS platforms, two aspects matter – apps and UI. The latter gains more importance because user experience begins with it. Below listed are a few popular mobile application development tools that can be used across major platforms.
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