Limitations That May Shape Your Mobile App Design

By Chris DeProfio on Dec 30, 2020 2:30:00 PM

“We need to build a mobile app!”

“Sure, boss. What exactly should this mobile app do?”

“Doesn’t matter! All our competitors have mobile apps, so we need one too!”

This is exactly the wrong way to launch a mobile app project.

Yes, you probably do need a mobile app because an increasing number of people do a majority of their computer activities on mobile devices. And yes, most or all your competitors have mobile apps available on app stores. These are necessary but not sufficient conditions for building a mobile app.

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AndPlus Named Top App Developer for Enterprises by Clutch

By Abdul Dremali on Nov 4, 2019 4:03:36 PM

76% of IT professionals state that it takes three months on average to develop an app, so it’s important to choose the right app developer. At AndPlus, we are focused on solving complex problems with software, and doing it fast. Clutch, a B2B ratings and reviews site, has released the 2019 Clutch Leader list. AndPlus is happy to announce that we have been named one of the top app developers for enterprises!

Clutch, a Washington, DC-based company, provides fair and transparent rankings of B2B companies. Their team of independent analysts conducts itnerviews with B2B clients and publishes reviews of past projects. These reviews form the basis for their ranking system and serve as a resource for potential customers. We are thankful to all of our clients who have left us reviews and allowed us to maintain a 4.9-star rating!

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Mobile vs. Responsive Web Apps in 2019

By Abdul Dremali on Sep 16, 2019 9:05:00 AM

In 1994, the first smartphones became must-have devices and changed the way we do everything. It’s reasonably safe to say the mobile platform is here to stay.

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The shortcomings of No Code app platforms

By Chris DeProfio on Aug 28, 2019 9:05:00 AM

Once upon a time, computer programming was done in “machine language;” the low-level instructions that told the computer’s processor exactly what to do. At a somewhat higher level was assembly language, which hid much of the processor-level instructions but was still painstaking, easy to mess up, and hard to debug. Both levels were also specific to a type of processor; programming a computer with a different manufacturer’s processor meant learning a whole new language.

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How Tech Transformed Modern Banking

By Abdul Dremali on May 15, 2019 9:05:00 AM

In his 1991 song “Better Class of Losers,” Randy Travis sang that his kind of people were not those who “pay their bills on home computers.” At that time—before the World Wide Web—paying bills on home computers was revolutionary, available only on online services such as AOL and CompuServe.

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