Releasing and submitting what they create to app stores takes up the least amount of time for developers, according to a recent survey released by Evans Data Corp. The company fielded responses from more than 400 developers in multiple languages as part of its research.
Cloud computing holds a lot of appeal for both consumers and enterprises as it allows data and business functions to be accessed from anywhere.
According to a study by Evans Data Group that surveyed developers that use app stores to distribute their apps, 74 percent of those making specialized apps for commercial ISVs prefer paid apps over free apps.
Developers in North America don't put a lot of trust in the cloud and mobile clients and this could be impacting product innovation. According to new survey conducted by Evans Data Corp., developers
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. In fact, new research from...
Mobile applications have a central place in the wireless industry but despite their pivotal role, most developers who create these apps find it very difficult to succeed in this business and even