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Small and Large Retailers Join the Mobile Apps Game and Hope to Woo Customers Back.

Target stores today announced their partnership with the ShopKick APP that allows users to scan items and other products in their store for 'reward points' good for discounts later.

Read more: Mobile Apps for Retailers; How To Win The Smart Phone Wars and Woo Customers

apple ios development"Give it away, give it away, give it away now..." Red Hot Chili Peppers

The Compelling Argument of "Freemium" Services with In-App Monetization For Power Users is Gaining Ground in Android for Games and Mobile App Business Models.

Basically, this is similar to the Facebook/Zynga model. Give away a highly developed functioning mobile application (Facebook) and integrate 'gates' into the system where users must pay for upgrades (Zynga Games). The system is cleverly designed to entice the user with more powerful features and adds value every step of the way (or at junctures in usage or 'break points' where the designers know you will want more).

Read more: ANDROID FOR GAMES; How Game Developers For Mobile Are Killing It!

iOS Apps For iPhone Are Not Always iPad Ready

Will Your iPhone App Automatically Run On iPad?

With the out-of-control success of iPhone apps many companies are wondering if iPad too will be such a smash hit. It's true apps developed for iPhone will "port" to iPad in theory, however the larger display and quirks of the rotating screen (among other technical issues) make many apps designed for iPhone not always 'iPad ready', and they may not load at all. This fact has caused a rift in the development process and could potentially add way more complexity to the mobile application development timeline (and of course more labor and cost issues).

Read more: iOS Apps for iPhone Are NOT Always iPad Ready

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