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Mobile applications

JP Rangaswami announced as opening keynote speaker@ Enterprise Apps World

Press release

April 16th 2014. Salesforces chief data scientist, JP Rangaswami, has been announced as the headline speaker at this June’s Enterprise Apps World event in London. Enterprise Apps World is being co-hosted with Cloud World Forum on 17th-18th June[2014] at the Olympia National, UK with an expected 8,000 plus attendees over the two days. Keynote speaker JP Rangaswami will be sharing his passion for innovation and insights into what the future could look like for businesses that embrace technology. The acclaimed data scientist joined Salesforce in 2010 and has been ranked in the top five most influential people in IT last year by the UK’s Computer Weekly. Rangaswami will be delivering the opening keynote session at 10am on June 17th [2014] in the Enterprise Apps Strategies conference. Continue reading

Paym-hsbc GoMo discovers HSBC bank Paym service by accident

Through update to old app announcement sent by letter

How quaint! We’ve become accustomed to receiving mostly junk mail through the traditional postal service. So it was a bit of a surprise to discover that GoMo News‘ existing bank – HSBC [UK], had decided to communicate with us about its latest banking app through a non-digital media. A letter. Anyway, it turned out to be good news because we also learnt about HSBC’s Paym service by mistake. It will be launching live in the UK on April 29th [2014]. Those who pre-register get the chance to win an HTC One. Continue reading

Enterprise-apps-world Enterprise Apps World

[ June 17, 2014 8:00 am to June 18, 2014 6:00 pm. ] Organisers: Sixdegrees
Venue: Olympia National
Location: London, UK
Web: www.apps-world.net/enterpriseapps/

Register: For a free exhibition or hackathon pass here.
Other Expo and workshop passes available here.

A two day show, co-hosted with the Cloud World Forum, this will look at all the implications of going mobile in the workplace and how enterprise apps can help. Continue reading

sends anti-tech message about Brussels - kroes Brussels court rules Google-backed Uber taxi app illegal

Stiff fines for any cabbies who use it to pick up fares

A Belgium court has delivered another blow to the smartphone taxi app Uber, ruling that any cab drivers using it to pick passengers could face a €10,000 (£8,260) fine each time. At the heart of the row is how the app, backed by Google and Goldman Sachs, links up customers with private cabs whose owners may not comply with the strict licensing rules that exist in many EU countries. Regulated taxi unions in France and Italy have already bitterly opposed moves to open up the cab business to more competition, launching a series of mass protests to paralyse local traffic. Continue reading

empowered by mobile apps & responsive design - weiss Pepsi &Mitsubishi Electric discuss “Are Enterprise Apps Worth the Dirty Work?”

Press release

April 9th 2014. Open Mobile Media is hosting complimentary webinar – “Are Enterprise Apps Worth the Dirty Work?”, on April 30th [2014] from 10am -11am PST. It will feature interactive marketing and mobile enterprise experts from Fortune 500′s sharing their experiences and advice on building apps for the enterprise. Continue reading

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[ April 30, 2014; 10:00 am to 11:00 am. ] Oranisers: Open Mobile Media
Location: on the web
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT (see web site for local time zone)
Web: www.openmobilemedia.com/mobile-enterprise/webinar.php

Register (for free) here

The number of large enterprises launching their own mobile app stores is on pace to grow at double-digit rates through 2018. But with the high-cost of developing in-house, it is important to know how to make bespoke app deliver ROI to the enterprise’s business processes. Continue reading

made sense for us to bring the app to iOS - harter New computer screen sharing app is now available for iOS

PC screen sharing app for Facebook friends

deskhop, the recently released computer screen sharing Facebook application from RealVNC, is now available as a free app for iPhone and iPad. originally aunched back in September [2013], deskhop has already picked up tens of thousands of users worldwide. It is designed to be used by anyone with a Facebook account (of which there are about a billion people). The app is an effective tool for any technical guru [geek] who supports his or her friends and family with IT issues. deskhop fans are finding more uses every day, including collaboration, training, gaming and sharing information. Continue reading

Juned.-Ghanchi Tools that aid in iPhone app development

by Juned Ahmed, a mobile business consultant at Indian App Developers

The iPhone’s success has taken the world of mobile apps to the next level altogether. More and more mobile app developers are participating in iPhone app development. They want to enhance the user experience with these apps. Most of the apps have been introduced based on the customer feedback provided. However, there are instances where most people have indulged in experience based apps such as an ebook reader or an entertainment schedulers. Well, users may be a developer for mobile apps, but not necessarily for iPhone based apps. This is why users need help of tools that will ease the whole process out for users. All users need to do is purchase or download these tools and use them to create the necessary mobile apps for users’ iPhone. Here’s my list of useful apps that will aid in the iPhone app development process. Continue reading

Fuji_Xerox Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) wins best mobile app award

Shows how it is still delivering innovative document solutions after 50 yrs

Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) is giving itself a well-deserved pat on the back for managing to win the Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association’s Best Mobile Apps (Mobile Enterprise Solution) Certificate of Merit in the Hong Kong ICT Awards 2014. The award was for its QuickaForm mobile solution. It illustrates how Fuji Xerox (Hong Kong) continues to deliver innovative document consultancy solutions to its customers in Hong Kong throughout its 50 years in business. Continue reading

Kabbee_lovelanes Minicab app appeals to London’s lovelorn

Get a free ride to where the singletons live

In order to boost its image as the location based app for booking a minicab in London [UK], Kabbee is attempting to play cupid. It’s done a bit of research and found six hot spots. These are where the highest concentrations of the UK capital’s single people live. Now in order to entice these lonely hearts to book cabs, the service is offering one free cab ride – worth £10, between one hotspot and another. Sadly, the company doesn’t make it very clear here exactly how these three ‘Love Lanes’ work but it certainly did the trick on the curiousity front. We immediately downloaded the app to our BlackBerry Q5. It also works on Android and iOS, too. Continue reading

Rajveer_Singh_Rathore Guest Post: How to keep track of your finances with mobile apps

by Rajveer Singh Rathore, our Microsoft specialist

There are so many tools available for tracking your finances online, that you may be challenged to figure out which would work best for you. You can leverage popular mobile apps to keep your spending and saving in check. Not only do these apps help you design better financial accountability, but they can also be fun to use! Here are some great financial tracking tools. Continue reading

optimising facebook proves most lucrative - palli Fiksu boosts success for SimplePrints app via/on Facebook

SimplePrints experiences 70% growth in first five months

Press release

April 3, 2014 – Fiksu, developer of award-winning app marketing technologies, has shared its success with SimplePrints, an app that provides a fast and easy way to turn your photos into a printed photo book. By using Fiksu’s programmatic technology and Facebook’s mobile app install ads, SimplePrints saw significant growth, acquiring large volumes of high quality users during the busy holiday periods. Continue reading

you can't see this screen without a PIN Glimmer of hope for Barclays customers using Airport Angel app

CPP might eventually sort the mess out

There’s always a grain of truth in the old saying that you don’t get something for nothing. And this very definitely applies to those customers of British bank, Barclays, who are offered the Airport Angel service free with their Premier Life account. See our original story from 2008 here. The app which goes with this service was originally developed for iOS and is now available for Android here. Quite frankly we’ve never encountered an app which generates so may negative responses as this one. How it rates 3 out of 5 on Goggle Play, we don’t know. But GoMo has been able to chat to some-one at CPP which operates the Airport Angels service about it, though. Continue reading

developers can break out from the competition -rees Intrinsyc launches MDP/T app testing kit

Aimed at apps running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor

Intrinsyc Software has released its Mobile Development Platform Tablet (MDP/T) – based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor. Intrinsyc’s MDP/T is designed to provide application developers and device manufacturers with early access to a high-performance mobile platform, for developing, testing, optimising and showcasing next-generation apps and games. Continue reading

NStore-plants Nokia Store leak to Android is pretty pants

Handset vendor’s flagship free apps won’t run under regular Android

When we discovered that it was possible to port the ‘Nokia Store’ app which appears on the Nokia X AOSP [Android Open Source Project] onto a regular Android handset, we got pretty excited here at GoMo Towers. For example, the prospect of running Nokia’s HERE mapping software on a device not actually built by Nokia was quite enthralling. It seems, however, that Nokia needn’t worry too much about the leakage of its vital IP contained in its flagship apps. So far, we haven’t found a single app from the Nokia Store which will run on our trusty Motorola Moto G. Continue reading