The Android device market is growing at a staggering pace. Along with this growth comes the challenge for Application Developers to support multiple screen sizes and resolutions. In addition to this, device manufacturers inflict restrictions on certain Android OS APIs which limits functionality. If that wasn’t complicated enough, each device’s hardware specifications can vary widely. [...]
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Mobile-compatible websites are fast-becoming a best practice for businesses. With the prevalence of smart-phones like the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, and other mobile operating systems, it is now necessary to make your business website compatible with the most popular mobile screens and operating systems.
Your staff, executives and your clients are on the move. Extending your internal systems, giving them access via Mobile Applications as well as staying connected with your customers constantly is a powerful transformation that your business should be looking at. But deciding where to start and how to implement a Mobile Application can be a [...]
Mobile computing has become commonplace for the American masses in the last couple years, and businesses are taking advantage of the benefits now as well. As applications become more robust and increasingly prevalent, organizations are beginning to realize there is significant cost savings using mobile technology. Smart businesses are equipping their sales staff, and executives, with smart phones and applications are being built for internal and external use by big and small companies alike.
My Medicine Manager organizes the medicine-taking process for individuals who take more than 5 drugs a day. DSS is working with My Medicine Manager to build this application on a mobile OS platform, and update functionality, including PayPal integration.
Many mobile applications, such as SMS/MMS clients (Short Messaging Service/Multimedia Messenging Service), browsers and music players, come pre-installed on mobile phones. Other apps are downloaded free or purchased later by users who can download the applications over the wireless network and then install them themselves. (In some cases, users can have apps loaded and installed by the mobile operator).