Posted on Sep 30th with 554 views and 2 Comments
With the introduction of Kindle Fire tablet wars have just become much more interesting. It is much cheaper, but how will it do against iPad 2 and Galaxy Tab? And let’s not forget that a couple a days ago a new 8.9′ model from Samsung was also introduced. Christmas is near and it is certain that a new tablet will be on wishlists of many.
To make your life easier when choosing which model to buy we have complied a table with all the important technical information needed to make an informed purchase.
Posted on Sep 28th with 313 views and No comments
Weeks go by one by one and hundreds of new are reviewed by Smashapp team. We pick only the coolest apps and from time to time there are some apps we like so much that we have the need to group them into one post and share them with you.
And this week is no exception.
We are bringing you 5 great apps which have awesome user interface and design. Enjoy.
Posted on Sep 23rd with 407 views and No comments
Everyone will tell you that success on App Store is not as easy. So in this post series about how we made Photo Stats get featured as New and Noteworthy (as well as Staff Favourite and even App of the Week in Canada) we want to share our experience about those not-so-pretty aspects of the [...]
Posted on Sep 19th with 744 views and No comments
What you need to do instead of just publishing a press release about your app is to connect with the influencers and try to get some of them write about your app.
To do this you need to find who is really influential in your niche and contact them directly. For Photo Stats – the first infographic creator for iPhone it meant contacting more than four hundred bloggers, journalists and photographers who are interested either in mobile apps, photography, charts, infographics or (preferably) a combination of these (the more the better).
Posted on Sep 6th with 272 views and No comments
The series about the coolest apps continues.
Smartphones are said to have transformed our lives – they changed how we communicate, how we plan and how we get informed. Today, we are focusing on five great examples of apps which show how the same dull info can be presented in a beautiful new way, and how the unique features of smartphones need to be taken into account when designing interface in order to give new meaning to the same words and numbers. The medium is the message.