iOS 7: What Can We Expect?

So iOS 7 is coming. Apple have always been about aesthetics. They usually don’t have the most powerful tech, but

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iPhone 5S & iOS7 Rumour Roundup

The newest wave of Apple hardware generally causes quite a stir when it arrives. They always seem to have something

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WWDC 2013: Rumour Roundup, iOS 7 and OSX 10.9

So it’s getting to that time of year again, Google’s I/O is over and has brought us some interesting stuff

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Google’s New Android Studio Promises Lots Of Extra Features For App Developers

Is it us, or does it kind of feel like the tools, such as Android mBaaS, we’ve been working with

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Tactus And Synaptic’s Disappearing Tactile Keyboard Now Has A Real World Tablet Example

When the first iPhone arrived on the scene, it wasn’t the first all touch screen phone (that honour, so far

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Facebook Home May Already Be A Dud

In the mobile world it’s always interesting to see just what potential new ideas have. Sometimes they can be big

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TestFlight, The App Testing Company, Has Now Moved Into Open Beta on Android

Things move fast in Tech that’s for sure. Since this article was written back in 2013 Testflight was bought by

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The Feature Phone App Market, A Hidden Gold Mine?

Recently it was revealed that Smartphones had outsold feature phones globally for the first time ever. Modern mobile tech is

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Introducing Talkz, The Messaging App That Wants To Do It All

It’s hard sometimes, as an app developer, to see where certain markets in the app market can go past a

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Kantar Just Released Its Q1 Smartphone Sales Figures, Android Still Leads Globally

As the first business quarter of the year ends, in the mobile world there’s a clear trend appearing. Android, powered

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Apps Are Now Holding The Same Number Of People As PCs And Laptops In The U.S.

Despite phenomenal growth in the last few years, the Mobile industry has remained, in some areas, quite marginalised. As much

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Firefox OS Is In Demand It Seems

It seems like every time you turn around at the moment there is another Open Source mobile OS arriving on

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Google IO: A Few Things We Hope We Get

In recent times, Google have managed to become a very impressive force in bringing us interesting and sought after gadgetry.

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Apkudo, Making Developers And Carriers Lives That Little Bit Easier

Android developers, we have a word for you. Fragmentation. Yep, that’s right, we’re going to talk about the much maligned

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Iceland’s “Anti-Incest” App

Here are Kumulos we often talk about good app design (well, we say often, we know it’s more like all the

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To Ad Or Not To Ad? The Decision Of All Free App Developers

When you develop an app, you always have to make a few choices. First, what kind of app are you

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Symantec: Android Has Most Malware, But iOS Has More Vulnerabilities

It’s no secret that Android is definitely the most popular mobile OS for malware. Last year it was found that

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Fragmentation And New App Stores, The Future Of App Development?

E-reader company Kobo, who are a Canadian tablet and e-book manufacturer owned by Rakuten, a massive Japanese e-commerce corporation, just

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The Sticky Situation Of “Unauthorized” In App Purchases

We’ve talked often here at Kumulos about the importance of choosing an app monetization scheme that works best for your business

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The Undercurrent of FairSearch’s Complaint Against Google

Here at Kumulos we recently talked about FairSearch, the lobby group which contains Microsoft, Nokia and Oracle, amongst others, and their

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