Once, “iPhone” was synonymous with “smartphone.” These days, however, you may dish out more than $1,000 for the privilege of owning one of the Apple phones, and you won’t even get a lousy headphone jack. So, iPhones are not as unassailable as they once were, but the good news is that you don’t really need one.
Cloud computing is big business. Public cloud spending is expected to grow 18% year over year to an estimated $260 billion in 2017, according to market research company Gartner. That growth is expected to skyrocket to $411 billion by 2020. The market size of this opportunity is attracting the biggest names in technology.
After a clunky start, Android Wear is now beginning to hit its stride. Smartwatches are improving with every iteration, and Google has rolled out a host of welcome improvements in Android Wear 2.0 since the software’s initial release. Despite going in the right direction, however, it hasn’t gotten there quite yet.
Interface animation is an essential part of developing any digital product, application, or website. Think about how rarely you come across an application or a website that doesn’t have at least one animated interface element. At Yalantis, we’re thorough in our approach to creating animations and try not to overlook any detail.
Link: How to Create Mobile UI Animations That Meet Users’ Needs
Called “The Texting Savior” by AT&T, On Second Thought is the messaging app many LOVE and you deserve. Reclaim control over your text messages by taking them back BEFORE they get to the other person. On Second Thought is easy to use: 1) Set us as your default SMS app so all of your messages are…
Link: Android Apps on Google Play
Apple’s integrated iWork Numbers app is essentially a simplified version of Excel, for which macOS users do not need to pay extra. Often the only factor that holds back new macOS users from using Numbers is because they think the files are incompatible with Microsoft Excel. Here are step-by-step instructions for saving iWork Numbers files in Microsoft’s popular Excel Office format.
Take a look behind the social handle with every Why I Social episode. The podcast brings brings you candid conversations with folks who do social media right – from average joe to CEO. Each podcast invites you to get to know guests on everything social media and beyond. This week’s episode is a bit of a callback – as alumni from previous episodes returned to give thanks – and props – to those in the space who have inspired them. Note: My sincere apologies for the delay on this week’s episode.
Link: Why I Social by Christopher Barrows on Apple Podcasts