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Google is the American website search giant. It’s parent, Alphabet, owns a variety of companies that aim to innovate existing technology or to drive into new uncharted technology such as autonomous vehicles.

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Making Affordable Website Design Payout

20 July 2017

Websites can be costly, however by designing and building them right, they can easily pay for themselves. That is why we have collated 5 short points to help guide you on your website design journey and to ensure you maximise your investment regardless of budget.

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Mobile Analytics – What are they? How can they improve your app?

10 April 2017

With apps taking over the digital market you need your app to stand out, not just visually but with both user experience and user interface. You need your app to cater to your user’s needs simply, effectively and efficiently. Mobile analytics help you to do this by showing how users interact with your app as well as for how long they interact with specific segments of you app, allowing you to produce a final product that is everything your users need.

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iOS vs Android

25 March 2017

iOS (Apple’s operating system) and Android (Google’s operating system) are both options to develop for when producing an app but which should you choose? What are the advantages to each? Why should you develop for each? All are valid questions and commonly asked questions when we are asked about app development so we have decided to compare each and share our own personal thoughts.

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5 Reasons why an ecommerce app will boost your revenue

20 March 2017

Apps are a huge part of the modern market and they produce a large amount of revenue for anyone who uses them correctly. Here are our top 5 reasons why apps can produce more revenue for your business or company than your website.

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iOS & Android – Which Platform First?

10 March 2017

Developing a native mobile app can be a daunting task if you don’t know where to start or what to identify. More often than not businesses that are developing native apps will synchronise the development and release of an app for both iOS and Android. This is something that every business should consider however sometimes the best route is to launch your app for one platform first. Choosing a starting platform is an important task and so we have compiled everything you need to know about iOS and Android to make an informed decision.

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Hybrid vs Native Apps

5 March 2017

With mobile becoming a more mainstream marketing tool for businesses a lot of them are looking to push their brand mobile with some form of mobile app. Making a mobile app for your business is a big investment and so you want to make sure that you make the right app first time. But what type of app should you choose? A Native app or a Hybrid app could be what your business is looking for so its important to define what your business needs.

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VR: How will it evolve?

15 February 2017

Virtual Reality has been growing in recent years and now it seems that every major technological name has it own version of a VR headset. Each headset tries to offer something new to users that competitors lack but how do they compare, which will dominate and why?

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