Remember those annoying popups that ask you for your location? Well, now that you are becoming an app founder you should know that those popups are actually super important. In fact without showing them or without users agreeing to them your app might simply not work. In this article we will review the complete list … Continue reading “List of all iOS permissions”
Publishing an app is not just about Apple and Google. In order to publish an app most likely, you will need several accounts, including space for your server, payment processor, text message automation and others. Required for everyone. Developer account First of all, you cannot publish an app without signing up for Apple or … Continue reading “All accounts you need to develop & publish an app”
At Messapps we truly do love what we do. We don’t want to just develop apps. We want to create successful products. As such we treasure recognition from our clients and our peers. In January 2017 we were ranked as one of the top app development companies in New York twice. Ankit’s LinkedIn Ranking. The … Continue reading “Round up of our January rankings”
All data is invaluable for getting your app ahead of the game, so aggregating information pre-release can only be beneficial to your app’s success. That being said, TestFlight is both completely optional and completely free to use for all iOS developers.
TestFlight is completely optional, yet completely free for all iOS developers
Each iOS device has a UDID, or a Unique Device Identifier – a sequence of 40 characters that are unique to each individual device.
You must have access to an Apple ID account. Xcode and Xcode Command Line Tools are only accessible through this method via Mac and other iOS Devices.
Before moving on to the guide, keep in mind that 2GB is the minimum disk space required to download and install Android Studio – 4GB is what we recommend. Android Studio requires a compatible version of the JDK (Java Development Kit). Unless you’ve recently been coding through Java, chances are you don’t have JDK pre-installed.
Many appreneur success stories have risen from focusing on one platform at the starting gate. Most startups typically jump the gun when they want to make some noise and usually go iOS first, Android second. However, certain circumstances may make it wiser to develop for Android first, or in some cases both platforms at the … Continue reading “Should you develop for both iOS & Android now or focus on one platform?”
Two-thirds of iOS apps have yet to be reviewed: if the majority of developers cannot compel a single user to write a review, then perhaps developers don’t know their audience as well as they think they do.
Not since the dot com days has there been such flock of technology startups. Success stories such as Instagram and Twitter have tantalized peoples palates to go follow in their footsteps. But with the increasing number of apps present in the app stores (1.6 million in the Google Play store, 2 million in the Apple … Continue reading “5 Qualities of a Successful Mobile App”