Pokémon Go has officially surpassed Candy Crush Saga as "the biggest mobile game in U.S. history," according to a new survey from mobile data research firm SurveyMonkey Intelligence.
Pokémon Go already illustrates the potential of augmented realitfor mobile developers, but it may also show developers how to bring that AR experience to the next level.
The Pokémon Go revolution is underway, and the mobile gaming phenomenon continues to generate interest from casual and hardcore gamers alike.
Both Microsoft and Google are making noise in the augmented reality/virtual reality market, and their recent moves may transform how mobile developers approach this sector.
Glu Mobile is making it easier than ever for Britney Spears fans to make their pop star dreams come true, thanks to its new free-to-play mobile game.
Rewarded video advertisements could pave the way for mobile game developers to increase their revenues, according to a new study from video game engine developer Unity Technologies.
Mobile gaming surpassed both home game consoles and combined PC and Mac gaming with the highest consumer spend among gaming platforms in 2014, and in 2015, the segment widened that lead another 5 percent, according to a study from app analytics provider App Annie and market research firm International Data Corp.
Only 1.9 percent of mobile gamers made a purchase in February, according to a new study from mobile marketing automation platform provider Swrve, up just 0.4 percent from two years ago.
Microsoft is "moving against the entire PC industry," according to Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney. And as such, Sweeney says Microsoft is undermining the rights of app developers and publishers to maintain direct relationships with customers.
When are mobile device users downloading apps most frequently? And what draws these users to certain apps over others? A new study from mobile app tracking platform provider AppsFlyer provided insights into these questions