Just this morning, we finally had our app “Under the crypt” accepted by Apple. It’s available for $0.99 cents and is available for Mountain Lion (64 Bit) or higher. It was designed with Xamarin – a .NET based cross platform app development system, – it is a port of a Phonegap app, that was previously available for Blackberry and Android on the Amazon app store. Thanks goes to to @veubeke, @UlrikeErdmann, and Tyber Zann for programming support!
Running .NET on a Mac is not easy, you might need to install a virtual machine with Windows on it, or install the mono framework. This app we wrote for the apple App Store for Mac OSX (Desktop), now lets you run simple .NET apps from your Macbook.
It’s based on the Xamarin.Mac framework, and the back-end runs on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Check it out at:
Apple has recently announced “App bundles” which are collections of apps that you can download at a fraction of the cost of each app individually. We’ve released our “Developer’s Toolbox” bundle which gives you access to all of our Programming-related apps, for a discounted price of $7.99 for 9 apps.
We’re going to be pitching at Invent 2015 with our advertising platform www.offlineadverts.com - a solution for in-app advertising for users without an Internet connection.
The event is sponsored by Bank of Ireland UK, and organised by NISP Connect.
With the effective demise of Nokia’s ill-fated venture into Android, Microsoft Mobile Oy, the successor to Nokia’s mobile business has transferred all it’s Android apps to the Opera Mobile Store. We had a number of Android apps available for Nokia X, and these have been moved too, and you can find them here http://apps.opera.com/en_us/catalog.php?vendor_id=126525
This move should significantly bolster Opera’s position as an alternative app store, beside Amazon and Samsung. What remains to be seen is if they can gain a foothold in the Chinese market, where Google Play is not available, and local incumbents like Tencent and Baidu have taken that market share. We, also would be interested in making our paid android apps available in China, so anyone with expertise in that area should contact us.
Offline Adverts.com is an advertising platform for apps that is designed to work specifically when the user’s device is offline, and not connected to the Internet. This is where most ad platforms just show an empty space, this backup solution allows you to fill that unused ad space with a paid ad.
As an advertiser, it lets you gain brand exposure, even for a fraction of the cost of the mainstream ad networks.
As of yesterday, our company have now been certified as a BlackBerry Silver Enterprise Partner, which gives us access to discounted BlackBerry Device, BES Licenses, BlackBerry Certification, and access to Partner Spotlight.
Vserv delivers Smart Data™ insights on the emerging billion connected users that can be leveraged by marketers, telecom operators and app developers. Through tools such as AppWrapper and SDKs, the company enables app publishers to integrate ads within their mobile apps and derive maximum monetization out of them.
These tools enable publishers to integrate ads within apps without having to modify the source code. This makes them an ideal solution for developers who are looking to take their apps to the market faster without having to go through the learning curve of a third party advertising platform.
This year in June, Vserv partnered with DVLUP, a rewards platform for Nokia developers, for a competition to help developers increase their monetization opportunities for Nokia X apps. Our company participated in this competition, wrapping a set of Android apps for Nokia X, which brought our total downloads of Nokia Apps to over 1.1 million downloads!
The combination of advertising exposure, downloads, and app quality, put our company out in front, and on the September 1, we were notified that our company had won the first prize in the competition, and were to be rewarded a cash prize, along with a Nokia X phone for development.
One of the limitations of an iPhone or iPad, is that you can’t directly connect a printer to it, and often, trying to connect to a wifi printer does not work, or is far too complicated. This simple new system that we’ve developed called “Print from iPad” see http://www.printfromipad.com allows you to print from your iPad by simply forwarding an email to your account at @printfromipad.com
Print any document or image directly from your iPad. Works with any printer, WiFi or USB. Follow this 3-step simple setup:
Create an account with us to set up your free 10Mb online print queue.
Download our Print From iPad printer spooler for Windows PC.
Print anything from your iPad by emailing it to you@PrintFromIPad.com