The Apps Alliance was excited to return to Boston to host another App Strategy Workshop. With more than 120 people in attendance, industry experts and startup founders alike engaged the audience with insight on entrepreneurship, app store optimization, and more.Read More
The proliferation of wearable technology has begun, and things are about to get interesting. This was definitely the vibe Apps Alliance felt at Wearable World Congress 2015 this year in San Francisco. Running the gamut from eHealth and med-tech, to drums you can play with your pants, there was a wide variety of wearable devices on display. The sense of possibility and creativity in the room was palpable.Read More
There are few areas growing as quickly and creating as many questions as the sharing economy. The term appeared in our vernacular just a decade ago, but has transformed the way we catch a ride, find a place to stay, borrow tools, and more.Read More
We were happy to once again attend AppsWorld North America this year. As a conference focused on highlighting the trends, challenges, and opportunities in today's mobile app ecosystem, it was a great opportunity to gain insights and advice for our developer community. At this gathering of over 10,000 app industry professionals, we shot 24 videos focusing on enterprise development, IoT, app monetization solutions and trends, and strategies for leveraging analytics. You can view key interviews below, and watch all of the videos here.Read More
In 2010, David Bloom founded Ordrx, an app that enables restaurants to share their menu and take orders from many apps and websites. Ordrx quickly attracted customers, investors and press. At its height, David employed eight people. Then his company was sued by a patent troll with an active practice of suing companies of all varieties.Read More
To help you understand how and why you should use deep links, we’ve teamed up with Branch Metrics to create an infographic, The Basics of Deep Linking.
Ridesharing services such as Lyft and Uber are loved by consumers around the globe for the convenience they provide in getting around town. But, these services and their competitors often face regulatory challenges and opposition from traditional car services, which slows innovation and leaves consumers with fewer choices.Read More