Nearly three out of every four minutes of app usage occurs on one of the individual’s top four apps. But who is to say that all of the other apps downloaded are deemed disposable?
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Sallie Mae, a brand dedicated to servicing student loans, has developed a mobile application to guide users through the tricky process of college planning with a variety of financial tools.
MasterCard is introducing a new travel-inspired advertising campaign titled “One More Day” to encourage individuals to take advantage of vacation days and to promote its updated Travel Concierge application.
Swedish camera brand Hasselblad is educating established and potential consumers on the use of its products through a new mobile application.
Online wedding registry Zola is taking advantage of the release of iOS 8 by integrating gift tracking and Web capabilities to its mobile application.
Chase’s redesigned application for Android displays a similar look to the previously updated Chase iPhone app, which has seen a 23 percent increase in use compared to last year.
Are you sure that users will love the application that you are going to produce? After all, this is the key for commercial success. Unfortunately, sometimes, even great ideas fail due to bad implementation. How do you prevent this from happening?
Online full service travel site Expedia.com is introducing its new application for tablets featuring personalized travel data that makes searching and booking easier for users.
Europe’s largest online retailer, Zalando SE, is testing an image recognition application that allows users to photograph people’s outfits and get recommendations for similar clothing items.
While having security is crucial, when a system is hacked, consumers tend to remember the lack of security rather than the security that was in place. The situation with mobile devices is even worse.