mobile applications

My first million – how you can make your mobile app profitable – version 2019

It is becoming a tradition that on one of the InfoMeet session I am presenting an updated talk about mobile app development. And it happened again, during InfoMeet Katowice during last weekend. Thank you everybody for coming to my session. To find updated presentation please click on this link.

My first million – how you can make your mobile app profitable – InfoMEET Wrocław 2017 – Presentation

  Please find presentation related to my session from InfoMEET Wrocław 2017: In case of any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Social costs of mobile applications – based on Pokémon Go

Have you ever thought how enormous cost could be generated by the mobile application? Moreover, I am not thinking only about the cost of development… In most cases, we are saying that the mobile application succeeds when it is downloaded by an enormous number of people. However, nobody is talking about the other side of the medal. The same situation occurred with Pokémon Go. Let’s start with good things. Only in Google Play this game has been download between 100 million and 500 million times. Moreover, you will find over 9,7 million of reviews. Both numbers are still growing. It [...]

By |2017-12-07T23:15:34+02:008 December 2017 |Mobile applications|0 Comments

How to encourage people to review your app?

Two weeks ago I wrote an article concerning preparation of elements that will be presented in Windows Store. In that article I promised that I will share with you my knowledge how to encourage people to review your application more often. This is very easy issue. We have two sides. On one side is a developer who would like to get a lot of positive review of his application. On the other side we have an user. Sometimes it is young person who knows all features of smartphone very well. But it can be also somebody older who uses smartphone [...]

By |2014-02-26T07:18:46+02:0025 February 2014 |Mobile applications, Windows Phone|0 Comments

Unusual way of controlling the application

It seems that we have seen already all ways of controlling our application. But sometimes you can find new approach for already known issues. As an example we should look at innovative way of controlling application used in Sax app. This is next application that is simulating some musical instrument. It this case it is a saxophone. But in this case you use the whole phone to control the application. As it is in other apps you need to tap the screen to get some sounds. The new thing is adding gyroscope to this process. Each change of the position of [...]

By |2019-03-10T16:53:12+02:0018 February 2014 |Mobile applications|0 Comments

How successfully increase number of downloads of our application?

I hear this question from other developers very often. I think the answer is really easy – we just need to prepare good application. But sometimes this is not enough. Sometimes even very good application has some problems with getting to the top of rankings. We should always remember that in Windows Store there are numerous of other apps that we need to beat. […]

By |2014-02-25T08:49:14+02:0012 February 2014 |Mobile applications|2 Comments

SpeedDial and SpeedDial Pro 1.9

Please be informed that you can download new version of applications SpeedDial and SpeedDial Pro. In both applications following changes have been implemented: - new size of tiles,- improvements in contacts refresh process,- full support for phones with Windows Phone 8 operating system,- support for new characters,- some bugs have been fixed.

By |2013-12-22T12:33:04+02:0022 December 2013 |Projects|0 Comments

Mobile applications – how to not be robbed

Robbery – most often we connect this word with money. When we are talking about robbery in Internet we think about dishonest sellers, swindlers, tricksters or stealing money from bank accounts or coping data from credit cards. The last two elements are not occurring quite often, but are loudly commented in news. […]

By |2013-12-02T10:11:21+02:002 December 2013 |Mobile applications|1 Comment