Foldable phones will change how we use our devices.

How foldable phones will shake up mobile apps

The long awaited Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is among the first foldable phones expected to hit the market. And we anticipate that it will change how we use our phones. Why? Despite being the size of a regular phone, the foldable device is able to flip open to like a book to create a larger, tablet-style […]

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8 things users don't want to see in your mobile app.

8 things users never want to see in your mobile app

Everything you build should be created with people in mind. Building an app that does what users want, how they want it is key to success. Failing to do that means disgruntled users and plenty of uninstalls. Here are 8 things users never want to see in your mobile app. 1 Long load times No […]

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Productivity apps list.

7 productivity apps you need right now

We’re all trying to do more with less. Fortunately, technology has our back with productivity apps built to help us manage our time, teams, projects, documents and reading. Here are some of the productivity apps we use on a daily basis to stay on top of our tasks at work and at home. 1 Toggl […]

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ecommerce apps make shopping a breeze

Is your ecommerce mobile app making these mistakes?

Ecommerce mobile app sales currently account for 19% of all US ecommerce retail sales – and are expected to reach 27% by the end of 2018. That’s more than a quarter of all ecommerce spend. From Amazon to Walmart to Starbucks, the companies that have mastered the art of the ecommerce mobile app are raking […]

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Mobile app error messages: the good, the bad and the ugly

Mobile app error messages: the good, the bad and the ugly

No matter how intuitive your product, mobile app error messages are a must. They let a user know if they’ve mistyped, misunderstood or taken an unanticipated action. Mobile app error messages arise when your user is experiencing some sort of friction in your app. Resolving that friction is a must. You want to let the […]

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Are your favorite mobile apps secure?

Are your favorite mobile apps secure?

Just how secure are your favorite mobile apps? According to research from WhiteHat Security, probably not secure enough. This spells trouble for both users and businesses. Some 85% of apps violated one or more  OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) top 10 mobile risks. This means that the vast majority of apps out there are […]

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Sticky apps are ones that users can't put down.

Sticky apps: what are they, and how can you build one?

Sticky apps. Sounds unappealing, doesn’t it? In fact, you want your app to be sticky. Sticky apps are ones that keep a user returning for more. After all, you want your users to “stick to” your app, not slide right off! Let’s take a look at what exactly defines a sticky app – and how […]

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5 star reviews for mobile app development studio Touchtap!

Touchtap’s mobile app development expertise highlighted on Clutch

At Touchtap we’re all about the experience – the experience you have with us and with the services we provide to you. We’re now enhancing the experience with a new profile on Clutch. Clutch allows our clients to speak freely and openly about their experience with us so that prospective clients can get the full […]

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iOS vs Android: how to choose

iOS vs Android: what’s best for your mobile app?

You’re looking at building a native app, and you’re weighing up iOS vs Android for your first build. Why one or the other instead of both? iOS and Android apps are built on different platforms. To sell in both the Google Play Store and the App Store you’ll have to build a separate native app […]

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Texas app startup: why qualitative data matters

Is your Texas app startup forgetting about qualitative analytics?

If you want your Texas app startup to succeed you need to listen to your customers. But while it’s tempting to fire up that analytics screen and start crunching the numbers, too often this approach means skipping hearing from your users themselves. We get it: quantitative data is easy to collect and analyze. But without […]

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