A new Evans Data Corp. survey of software developers indicated there has been a 14 percent year-over-year increase in development for mobile devices, which has led to smartphones being the most commonly connected IoT platform.
Even though demand for mobile apps in the enterprise is increasing, enterprise mobile app development's average budget proportion has actually declined since last year.
Apple wants to empower developers to deliver a "world-changing" experience through its platforms, a mission the company promoted in its keynote address at this week's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Most consumers would "take action" against a brand that failed to meet their expectations, according to a new study conducted by experienced management platform provider Sitecore and technology market research firm Vanson Bourne.
Mobile application installs could exceed 210 billion in 2020, according to International Data Corp (IDC).
Instagram recently launched a legal battle against British anti-litter app LitterGram, claiming the app's name was "not acceptable" because it infringes the trademark of its photo-sharing service.
What should developers expect from Facebook over the next decade? Here are three key takeaways from the F8 conference, a gathering that highlighted the social media site's 10-year history and announced new technologies that may reshape the development landscape.
Twitter is now available for Windows 10 mobile devices. The online social networking service this month released Twitter for Windows 10 Mobile, an app that delivers "a Twitter experience designed especially for Windows 10 for PCs and tablets." Device users quickly provided feedback.
A new study conducted by the Georgia Institute of Technology's School of Computer Science indicated the personal data of millions of smartphone users remains at risk due to in-app advertising that can leak potentially sensitive user information between ad networks and mobile app developers.
Which newsmakers made noise at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona? Here's a closer look at three MWC stories that will directly affect app developers this year.