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Social apps are disintegrating.
At the F8 developer conference, Facebook unveiled a tool that enables deep linking within mobile apps.
Overall user engagement on the Galaxy S3 and S4 is high, but Samsung users don’t seem to care about the company’s own apps.
Everyone has different needs, and the social landscape is shifting accordingly.
Facebook revealed new details about the testing framework that drives its mobile experience.
Can mobile tech help make City Hall more accessible and government more efficient? California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and several companies certainly think so.
It’s now two apps in one, and that’s a recipe for disaster.
Facebook phone – and a new international survey – confirm once again that native apps trump the Mobile Web.
Facebook mobile strategy is starting to look like your junk drawer. Lots of stuff in there, but really hard to find what you need when you need it.
Instagram’s daily active users may have seen a dip after last week’s epic backlash, but there’s more to the numbers than meets the eye.
Facebook debuts its own Snapchat-like disappearing messaging app for spies and tweens. And tween spies.
Guess who just might be the newest addition to the sexting community? Facebook. That’s right, the nearly 9 year old company is growing up. Big time.
What would an messaging app like WhatsApp mean for Facebook’s big mobile strategy?
Facebook released a completely rebuilt version of its iOS app for iPhone and iPad today, changing a fundamental aspect of the company’s mobile strategy. Gone is the Web-centric, HTML5 approach. In its place, Facebook has rebuilt the iOS app using Apple’s native framework. The result? A more streamlined, faster app for the iPhone and iPad.
Last September, during the f8 Developers’ Conference, Facebook CTO Bret Taylor said that the company had no plans for a “central app repository” – an app store. Today, Facebook is changing its tune. The social giant has announced App Center, a section of Facebook dedicated to discovering and deploying high-quality apps on the company’s…
Even as the battle rages over native apps vs. the mobile Web, the real question is already becoming “What comes next?” Developers are looking for ways to disrupt the so-called “App Economy,” especially as it pertains to Apple’s handling of the App Store. Assuming that the mobile Web’s cross-platform openness carries the day, as it has so many times…