I promised another Surface 3 update and here it is!
Posts Categorized: Windows RT
There has been a lot of press recently about the potential for an iPhone 6 to have a larger screen (4.7 and / or 5.5 inch if the rumour mill has it right). Personally I use an Android Nexus 5 at the moment, which I think is a great phone. A combination of the Nexus… Read more »
In Part I of this series we discussed the importance of having a marketing vision and plan before embarking on your new App project. Our next topic is also an important part of your preliminary work before you get into the meat of your App. Mobile Apps are currently mostly distributed through vendort-specific App Stores… Read more »
Lots of people have ideas for mobile apps these days. Every week we get approached by a potential client who has no technical background, but has a great idea for an App! This is the first in a series of blogs aimed at giving a little bit of guidance to first time App inventors on… Read more »
Today has been a very mobile day again, but this time not Apple iPhone and iPad related, but Windows Phone related. Various sources are citing Windows Mobile market share as moving into double digits in the UK (see BBC News) and we are definitely starting to see real commercial demand for Windows Phone Apps.
We build an awful lot of software at McKenna Consultants and I am continually amazed by the efforts that different companies go to to give computer programmers great tools and assistance. I was reminded of this again today when Samsung announced their new Android SDK.
The news has been buzzing this week with “HTML 5 App only” articles. There have been two key developments this week, The first is that on August 7th Amazon announced that they were going to accept HTML-Only Apps (and mobile-friendly web sites) into their App Store for the Kindle Fire. The second development is the… Read more »
Everyone has a novel inside them. It appears that everyone has a great App inside them too! Today, I am going to focus on iOs (iPhone / iPad) Apps only to simplify the discussion. The same guidelines apply to Android, Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Phone, Blackberry etc too
We at McKenna Consultants get asked a lot about building “Apps” for mobile devices. Mostly we get asked to build iOs Apps (iPhone and the iPad), but the world is waking up to the 300,000,000 Android devices that are out there too!