Posts Tagged ‘Android’

JPMorgan Launches Finn To Lure Younger Customers

In an attempt to lure younger customers, JPMorgan released a new mobile app called Finn by Chase. The app will allow users to open an account, deposit checks, track spending, and perform other activities that many companies already offer. JPMorgan is testing out an iOS version of the app in St. Louis, a city where […]

How To Connect Your Android Phone To Your AWS-Based VPN Server

In my previous post, How to Set Up Your Own VPN Server Using Amazon Web Services, we set up and configured an OpenVPN server using Amazon Web Services, and then we configured Windows and Linux machines to use the new VPN server.  In this post, I’ll show you how to setup your Android phone to […]

Top 3 Android Oreo Features Your Users Are Looking Forward To

While there isn’t a specific release date available yet for all Android phones, users are nevertheless anxiously awaiting its release. Here are the top three Android Oreo features that users are excited about. 1. Notification Badges Notification badges are a long-awaited feature that helps you notify users of updates in your app. These behave very similar […]

How to Use Google Maps in Android

Get an API Key for Google Map Before all our work, we first have to apply an API key for Google Maps. What is an API key? An API KEY can be regarded as a kind of authorization mode for interface access. How do you get an API key for the Google Maps API? Google […]

Basic Research for Google Talkback

As a user What is TalkBack Talkback is an Android system accessibility application that was developed by Google official developing team, which has been positioned as to provide special groups of people, like aged or disabled people (especially for blind people) a voice support while they are using Android devices. Once users activate this function […]

3 Ways to Master Mobile Apps with DevOps

Smartphones became a part of our collective consciousness a decade ago with the launch of Apple’s iPhone and the impact of the device continues transform entire industries. We now shop for homes, find our next date, and discover the newest restaurant around the corner right from our fingertips. The application market is also a noisy […]

Mobile Testing on Cloud with Appium Using AWS Device Farm

With Amazon’s Device Farm technology, you can now easily upload your app and choose an Android or an iOS device to test your app. You will get screenshots, videos of the tests that were run and most importantly, the real-time reports of the tests that were completed. It is as simple as uploading a file […]

Introducing the Application Indexing Protocol (AIP)

I am excited to introduce the Application Indexing Protocol! AIP, for short, allows any application to proactively make itself indexable by a variety of third-party enterprise search engines. Unlike traditional connectors (created by search engine vendors or systems integration companies), application developers can now choose exactly what they want indexed and the best way to do it. Applications can choose […]

The Rise of Android TV

While there has been much discussion about Apple TV and its impact on the home entertainment market, Google has been quietly building a digital eco-system that already has game-changing potential. Building upon the success of the Android operating system, Google has developed a Smart TV platform that succeeds where others have failed in the past. Android TV goes beyond […]

Oracle Visual Analyzer: Data Discovery for iOS and Android

One of the great features of the Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS) is the included mobile functionality.    Oracle has recently updated the iPhone and Android Oracle BI Mobile apps to support Visual Analyzer, a data discovery and visualization tool included in the Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS). Visual Analyzer is a powerful, yet easy to […]

Beacons, not iWatch is Where the Enterprise Action Is

Wearables have been in the mobile space news again lately, with the news that iWatch sales have slipped significantly. However, one of the other facets of mobile space and one that has greater enterprise applicability, Internet of Things (IoT) and in this case, beacons have made a number of quiet but significant advances lately. The […]

Liferay Announcements that give you a Mobile Jump Start

I am always intrigued by technology implementations that accelerate my ability to create robust solutions, especially when they are well architected, proven to scale, and economical.  There are a couple of recent announcements from Liferay that I feel fit this description and are worth looking into:  Liferay Screens 1.0 This exciting new offering further strengthens […]

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