Google App Search

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There has been a new development in the app-hunting game, and it may be a boon for app developers. Google has just announced that they will begin to implement app searches as a standard part of web searches, on Android devices.

What it basically means is that Google will now highlight apps that are relevant to a web search. For example, if someone uses Google to search for a workout regiment to do at home, Google (up until now) would give ...

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Free Data?! Free Apps?!

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Many of you may have heard of what Opera Max is.  If not, it is a data saving Android app that was launched last February, and has since expanded into several countries across Europe and Asia.

As you may remember, Opera Max launched a Web Pass feature not too long ago.  This feature allowed users to browse certain sites for free, while operators or sponsors paid the charges.  This allowed users in regions with high cost of service to browse sites ...

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Google, Froogle, News… Snozberries… Sound Search?

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We at Liberty Fox love to tell our clients about apps they may not have heard of.  This induces creativity in both our clients and ourselves, as we use the best part of these applications for our own creations.  With the wealth of applications being released on a daily basis, it is also highly important that we all stay on top of what is out there.  This helps us all stay competitive in this new and thriving market.

Some of the ...

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I’m at 1%, Where’s My Charger?

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One of the questions we at Liberty Fox are asked about by clients the most, is what types of apps will cause the most battery power loss while in use, and working in the background.  A new article has recently answered that question.

It should come as no surprise that the apps with the most complexity, and data, take up more battery power.  For instance, one of the biggest apps right now is music provider Spotify.  Spotify also is one of ...

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Microsoft Branching into Android and iOS

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Some good news coming early in the year here! As many of you know, in the past, Microsoft was hesitant to release its apps onto platforms that competed against them in the mobile market. These other platforms included the iOS and Android markets, both of which are hugely successful and popular.

But Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has declared his intention to change this. Going forward, he has stated that he is going to focus more on the cloud and mobile markets ...

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