Google announced its revamped Google Play Developer Console is out of preview and is now the default experience, adding it will sunset the previous version of the console on April 15.
BARCELONA, Spain--While Mozilla's Mitchell Baker blasted the dominating platforms--Android and iOS--earlier this week during an evening keynote, the company has stated it isn't trying to replace them.
This year we're highlighting a new set of trailblazers in the mobile development circuit. Which of these challengers is the one to watch? FierceDeveloper takes a look at some of the rising stars who just might join the ranks of the other mobile powerhouses.
The problem with bad reviews is they have a way of staying around online forever, which is why developers will need to be sure their mobile apps perform as expected, based on a recent survey from Apigee.
A new GigaOM Pro study reveals that over half of app developers make under $500 a month from their paid apps. And for those that develop free ad-funded apps, the picture is even grimmer. According to the study, those developers make less than $100 a month in ad revenue.
Busy mobile developers are probably used to stretching themselves a little thin, which could make them great candidates to join "the elastic workforce." But what does that mean and why should developers care?
FierceDeveloper recently queried a handful of women app developers about the pros and cons of their job and why they think the mobile app industry isn't more appealing to women.
As the mobile app industry increases its reach into more and more global markets, developers are realizing they need to translate their apps into additional languages if they want to serve customers in multiple geographies.
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Here are some best practices for developers when it comes to ensuring the privacy of their mobile app users: Article