In the 21st century, you are looking at a rapid development of technology and the Internet. But where there is a lot of news, some questions remain open, many new terms unclear. One of these is the term “apps”. We will explain to you what this is all about. Explanation The term “Apps” is an abbreviation and stands for “Applications”. It refers to programs for smartphones and tablets that you can download and install to enhance the functionality of your device. Apps are a practical extension and turn smartphones into a completely individual device. Need a navigation system? Want to read a novel? Book a flight or simply create a …..
After planning a mobile application, app development continues with the implementation of the app on a technical level. If you don’t want to commission the implementation of your native mobile app, but rather take it into your own hands, you have two options: You can create or program the app yourself – provided you have sufficient knowledge in software development – or you can use an app construction kit (also called App-Maker, App-Creator, App-Builder or App-Generator). The second part of our multi-part about the path to your own app explains the differences between the two approaches and introduces six of the best app building blocks. App programming vs. app maker …..
Whether it’s WhatsApp, the application used by the regional public transportation company, or simply a game to bridge a never-ending lecture at the university – it’s almost impossible to do without one. Apps are an enormously important market segment in the field of smartphones today. The two top players in this field are the Google Play Store for Android and the App Store for iOS devices. In total, both platforms have almost six million smartphone applications. Number of Apps The distribution of the more than six million apps across the two stores is as follows: Currently, there are around 3.3 million apps available on the Google platform. On average, 4,850 …..
The smartphone is a constant companion for most of us – so why not create your own Android app? We show you different ways how to program your own application and use it for example to present your company. The project of your own Android app Creating even a less complex app is still a lot of programming work. But thanks to the general spread and importance of apps and smartphones, a few ways to get results quickly have evolved – even without learning to program yourself. It is difficult to write code without any previous knowledge – the only way to do this is to have a graphical user …..
Whether the installation of an app poses a risk or not depends largely on the security processes in the respective app store. We have examined various prominent app stores and checked their security measures. The results are surprising. The success of mobile apps for smartphones and tablets is not only causing the number of app offers to rise steadily. The app marketplaces are also growing. A current example is the Amazon Appstore for Android. This raises the question, especially for Android users, which stores should be used. The security of the store also plays an important role in the decision. There are still significant differences that users should be aware …..
Discover the best online casino applications for your Android mobile device. With free casino applications like slots, casino games like Zynga Poker – Texas Holdem, Russian roulette, slot machines, bingo games like monopoly and much more. Each application offers a variety of interactions, bonuses and benefits so that you can play with other players from all over the world and bet whatever you want. There are classic European and American games with social options to meet and make friends. If you want to gamble for real money, those casinos will allow for that as well, of course, but you don’t have to. All those apps have free accounts, although those …..
BitTorrent is an Internet transfer protocol. Similar to HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) and FTP (File Transfer Protocol), BitTorrent allows you to download files from the Internet. Unlike HTTP and FTP, however, BitTorrent is a collaborative transfer protocol. The BitTorrent peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol looks for users who have files that other users need, and then downloads portions of those files from the different users at the same time. As a result, transfer rates are faster than HTTP and FTP because these protocols download files one after the other from a single source. In 2005, BitTorrent was estimated to account for about 35 percent of all Internet traffic. BitTorrent experienced its highest …..