If you are working on iOS App Development, you should be aware about the Successful iOS App Development techniques. Expert advice is also essential.
If you don't have extreme development skills, it is helpful for you to go through the online tutorials as well as classes to go through the advanced techniques. After receiving adequate training, you may get ready to jump right into making your mobile application. Wait! Development and designing is simply one step on the vast ladder of a booming mobile application development.
No matter, you are looking ahead to develop applications for iOS, Android, or even Windows, it is significant to settle on the requirement for development and similar factors mentioned below:
What is the aim behind developing the application?Who is the target audience?What is the area of expertise and how will you create?How it is beneficial for the users?In how many months the project gets complete?Surely, it might look silly as well as time-consuming for you, but planning to develop an iOS application without any definite process, aim and even USPs of your application is similar to walking on the road at odd hour with no motive.
Who and Why?
Why are you planning for particular app? Who is the target audience? I understand, you might have a clear-cut answer, “everyone, as it is going to helpful for all.” The reply appears good as only the users will shop your creation. It is important that youriOS App Development London should be working for specific user base and have a defined purpose as well. In the absence of something good and appealing, no one would download and surely won't buy it.
What and How?
Once you are sure with why and who, the subsequently step is to classify your app proposal and development procedure. You possibly have a rough plan about your application, but in the market ordinary or crude plan doesn't actually work! For iOS Apps Development West London, Cambridge, UK, London, Twickenham Colchester it is essential to know what you would like to create such as defining the points of your application.
A development plan requires papers to state your decisions – the procedure, target audience, specification of the app, important tools and additional assistance. There is no need to write down hundred pages as some bullet points are sufficient enough. The well managed development plan will assist you execute your goals without badly effecting the budget.
Focusing simply on the tutorials to learn the procedure might not assist you in booming development. You will have to contribute yourself to respond this Why, Who, What, How and When, for the procedure to be fruitful.
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iOS operating system has been developed by Apple Inc. that always provides an excellent interface for every user and this has made every iOS apps quite popular among them. Even, each of the iOS apps, especially for a business, is designed in an innovative way to represent as well as enhance any company's brand all across the world in different developed countries.
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We all know what happened – web and then mobile came, saw, and conquered and established businesses had to react and adapt.
What's far more interesting is knowing the ins and outs behind how large, well known businesses coped with this transition and John Boughton, head of mobile for TUI Group, gave us a glimpse of that in his talk at the Apps World London conference.
TUI Group is a huge tourism conglomerate that acquired Thomson in 2000 Mr Boughton's keynote speech discussed the impact of mobile, and how it can be tricky to predict what the next big thing will be (and if it will have longevity).
The talk was titled 'How not to Predict Future Trends – A Holiday Industry Perspective'.
Thomson on mobile – did they jump or were they pushed?
Mr Boughton spoke candidly about the fact the app store opened in 2007 but it was another six years until they launched the first version of the MyThomson app in 2013.
He said that it can be difficult to predict what will be a fad, and it was clear from the talk that he felt this was in hindsight a mistake and didn't make attempts to give excuses.
However, while the market forced Thomson to act, Mr Boughton said he felt they “reacted quickly enough” and they would have got there on their own steam anyway.
He had some general advice for companies: “Fast adaption of innovation is more important now than it has ever been”.
During the talk, he used the depressing example of Blockbuster.
At one point Blockbuster had stores all over the world. They were offered Netflix for £50m in 2000 and declined. By 2010 they had filed for bankruptcy and now they barely exist.
Google as a threat, not an advertising partner
Mr Boughton said Thomson has a “very close” relationship with Google and Facebook, who they advertise with.
During the Q and A, they were asked about this wonderful relationship with Google.
What happens when Google wants to sell holidays and that makes them more money than your advertising?
Mr Boughton had a pretty candid response – that people are worried about Google (though he didn't say Thomson specifically were).
He said the risk was mitigated for Thomson because they own the customer experience, including the tangible hotels and aeroplanes, and they feel they are fairly well protected from disruption.
He finished by saying “I'm not sure anyone has thought through where this ends up”, which was a somewhat ominous, if honest, end to the talk.
I attended a cyber crime conference in Cambridge last week held by Cambridgeshire Police. The event outlined what the police are doing to tackle cyber crime and what we can do to avoid it in the first place. They said 80% of cyber crime is preventable. It was stressed at the conference that not only can you be hit with financial losses, but cyber crime can have significant impact on well being.
Some stats for Cambridgeshire to get us started: There were 142 cyber-dependent crimes in a 150-day periodOne company recorded eight DoS* attacks in a dayLosses of £752,000 during this time*Denial of service attack, basically unable to use your network Here is a quick bullet point take-away from the conference before we delve a bit deeper: Cyber crime is a priority for cambs police and is as high a priority for the country as anti-terrorismAlways report attacks to Action Fraud even if nothing is damaged/takenA lot of damage is preventableReporting cyber crime to police: We heard that without reporting of hacks and attacks, funds will not be given to fighting cyber crime as the extent of the issue would not be known.
What to do if you suspect you are a victim of cyber crime in Cambridgeshire? As soon as you are aware... Phone your bankReport to the local policeKeep evidence (emails, letters, phone call recordings)Report to Action Fraud, even if it is an attempted crimeMandate fraud:
Mandate fraud is the most prolific crime seen by cambs police. Mandate fraud is when someone is convinced to update a suppliers banking details, therefore sending funds to the wrong bank account.
How is mandate fraud carried out and what should I be aware of?
Mandate fraud will be carried out by phone, email, letters, etc. Essentially the scammers are looking to make staff believe them. This may be with an official looking letter, or by frequently calling them, building up a rapport, and then asking them to please update to our new details.
Double check account number changes, do not automatically use a contact number given on a letter and seek further authentication before responding to an email exchange (see more on two step authentication in this blog post).
We were told about two simple ways for someone to gain access to a bank.They may pretend to be a BT engineer, or someone enquiring about a mortgage or new bank account.
So the scammer can say they are from BT, and then have access to the servers while they “do their repairs”. Alternatively, they can pretend to be applying for a mortgage and then use distraction tactics to gain access to hardware.
This is in relation to the bank itself, but can be applied to an office. If you have information stored on computers or servers, someone could still seek to gain physical access to that by pretending to be a customer or service personnel.
Impersonating a CEO:
How this works is that a scammer will send an email pretending to be the CEO. It may appear to be from the CEO's address (or one so close they hope you won't notice).
Even if you have payment processes in place, a request from the boss will often take precedence. If a boss asks you to expedite a payment, staff will want to help out and maybe even not want to bother their boss. CEO spoofing relies on helpful staff not double checking, or not wanting to disturb their CEO.
Small amounts from many bank accounts
Often scammers will take a small amount from many accounts, hoping people won't report it. Keep an eye on all transactions.
“A mobile phone without a pin is the most valuable thing you can find” Put a pin on your mobile.
Apparently thing is a thing. It is when memory sticks are deliberately left outside a business, so helpful/curious people will collect them up and plug into their computer to check the content/find an owner.
Our clients, and prospective clients, often ask about the benefits of developing an app in Android or iOS (iOS is also known as Apple or iPhone). Other options include Windows apps and Blackberry apps (although I would say less people enquire about those).
So those are some of the devices you can build apps for, and deciding which device type to target depends on your audience and your requirements.
If you're finding it difficult to narrow it down, to start off with, think of it like this:
Do I want a native app or a hybrid app?
This means – do I want to build an app for a specific device (say, Android phones) or do I want to create an app that will run on several devices?
Native= built for one type of device
Hybrid = intermediary technologies used to create a single version across different types of devices
The basic pros and cons of each are as follows: Native apps proNative apps are built specifically for one particular device, so all functions are designed to run , to a high standard. Native apps conPotentially you are missing out on other phone markets because those with an Android mobile cannot use your app. If you have the budget, this isn't much of a con, since you would simply invest the money in a sister app that is designed to run on a different device. But if your funds are limited, investing it all in one app could limit opportunities. Hybrid apps proMost likely money saved on rolling your app out across several devices, while still maintaining a very good, but maybe not optimum, standard. Hybrid apps conThe app will potentially not work as well as if it had been made exclusively for that device, since it has been adapted to run across more than one device.
So that's something to think about – native or hybrid. Next, you need to think about what device or devices it will run on.
In the UK, most people are using either an Android or an Apple phone, and most mobile apps would be made for either or both of these, if the objective was to make it available to as many people are possible.
After those two, Windows is probably the third most enquired about from our perspective. If building a Windows app, it will usually be for a specific reason that you are targeting Windows and not Android or iOS.
Some final thoughts: What's the difference between an app for a phone and an app for a tablet? See my upcoming article!
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