• Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windos app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

  • Appmosphere - iOS, Android and windows app development

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Windows Development

With the recent launches of Windows 8 and the new Surface tablet, Windows has become a true challenger to Android and iOS. Be among the first to get your app on the new Windows 8 platform.

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iOS Development

We offer full service deployment from concept through development, iTunes App Store publishing, and beyond.

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ANDROID DEVELOPMENT

While Apple’s products are visually appealing and wildly popular, Android still holds the largest market share of smartphone users. Use this to your advantage when developing your large-scale application.

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User Experience

UX documentation not only improves the app’s vision but ensures a smooth transition into application coding.


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New Apple Products 2014

April 16th, 2014

Some Healthy Speculation Apple, possibly the biggest innovator in the mobile space, likes to keep their future products under wraps. But that doesn’t keep analysts from speculating about upcoming releases based on past product launches, Apple purchases and outside rumors. But for those of you excited for what’s on Apple’s horizon, you can thank KGI   

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How to Price Your Apps

April 2nd, 2014

Why “Freemium” is the way to go. 2013 was the year of the freemium app. We saw games like Candy Crush and Clash of Clans generate mountains of revenue from their freemium business model. And while there is some talk about freemium going out of style soon, there’s no way this will be the case.   

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6 Ideas for Beacons

March 28th, 2014

While there has been a ton of hype around iBeacons of late, the fact is that they’re still relatively unknown. Myself, a tech blogger for an app development firm, have only seen them working in our studio. I still have yet to use one in a public store. The majority of Americans still don’t know   

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Whether to Print or Email Receipts

March 21st, 2014

A Contemporary Existential Crisis There’s a new question being asked at checkouts around the country. “Would you like a printed receipt or should we email it to you?” And while this is a small question for consumers, it stems from a larger question put to retailers: which receipt options will you offer your patrons? Some   

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