Category Archives: Mobile Apps

Apr 6, 2017

Trust your instincts for Delivering a Better UX To your App Users

Apr 6, 2017 Apps, Mobile Apps

If you are a mobile app developer looking for inspiration to improve the user experience and make your app a worldwide success, you need to look at it from the user’s perspective. From theme to GUI, your app is an experience yet to be felt by the user. But best experiences are the physical ones, and your app is on a digital screen. So how do you make your users feel your app?

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Mar 25, 2017

LBF 2017: Sights from 3 Days of the London Book Fair – In Pictures

Mar 25, 2017 Apps, ePublishing, Mobile Apps

For three days at London Book Fair, both the attendees and the visitors wandered the exhibit halls, intermingling, discussing, promoting their ideas, books, products, services & solutions, listening to speakers and mutually reflecting over the state of the ePublishing industry over the past year.

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Jul 3, 2014

Microsoft’s Suite of Office Apps is coming for Android Tablets in Late 2014

Jul 3, 2014 Apps, Mobile Apps, Technology Solutions

Almost a year after launching its office suite of apps for Android Smartphones in July 2013, Microsoft has announced that it will launch an exclusive Office app for Android tablets too. Earlier, the company has also launched its Office app on iPad in March 2014. Office for Android Tablets encompass Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The app will be released in late 2014 and will fulfil the demands of Android tablet users who were looking for an exclusive office app.

Office for Android Tablets is currently in its Beta testing phase. Microsoft invites both individuals and companies to participate in testing the pre-release versions of the app by registering themselves on Microsoft SharePoint’s site. The pre-release versions will comprise the complete productivity suite like Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio, Publisher, and OneNote.

The touch-optimized Office app for Android Tablets will be made available for free. However, many enhanced features such as editing documents will be available as in-app purchases. Microsoft has its hopes pinned on the popularity and features of its Office suite of app for encouraging Android tablet users to subscribe for in-app purchases.

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