(vai Vivek) – Nice presentation “a selection of thoughts on the 2010 mobile landscape from yiibu.” Enjoy. Going Mobile (2010) by Yiibu View more presentations from Bryan Rieger.
Nokia continues to invite developers to apply to the Open Screen Project Fund to get money to create mobile apps and distribute them in more than 190 countries worldwide via Nokia’s Ovi Store. For more information, or if you know someone that should submit an idea for an app, please visit:http://www.openscreenproject.org/developers/get_started.html
Nokia just announced the top 10 finalists for the Ovi app wizard prize category in the Calling All Innovator 2010 competition. All submissions were reviewed based on the following judging criteria: Innovativeness of the apps, Cumulative number of downloads on July 15th, Quality of your marketing materials. Here the top 10 finalists for the Ovi app wizard prize category:
Windows Phone 7 is not yet released and there are already some opinions that make me worried about this platform. There’s no kind way to say it: Windows Phone 7 will be a failure. Announced to much bravado in February as the platform that would breathe life into Microsoft’s mobile ambitions, Windows Phone 7 looked
A new website for Nokia developers has just been launched: NokiaDevs.com The website will feature daily conversations with Nokia developers: if you want to share your experience and thoughts about mobile development, talking about your mobile apps and projects, you can contact NokiaDevs team here.
Amazon has announced support for embedded video and audio clips in Kindle apps for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The first books to take advantage of this new technology are Rick Steves’ London by Rick Steves and Together We Cannot Fail by Terry Golway. It’s a tiny improvement, given the small number of titles that
Nokia published Top 15 Ovi Store Countries (and device in alphabetical order based on visits): China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam.
The app is called Firefox Home, and it gives iPhone users instant access to their Firefox browsing history, bookmarks and the set of tabs from their most recent browser session. What’s more, it provides Firefox “Awesome Bar” capability that enables people to get to their favorite web sites with minimal typing. Firefox Home provides an
The Wired iPad application just went live on the AppStore. It has all the visual impact of paper, enhanced by interactive elements like video and animated infographics. A great example about how to improve user experience depending on the media we’re using. Take a look at the video above or read more from Wired.
Forum Nokia just released and useful AIR tool for mobile prototyping: Flowella. Flowella is an easy to use tool that enables designers and developers to create design prototypes — without writing a line of code. Prototypes are built using images of screen mock-ups and defining links between the screens. This information is then used to create