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Apkudo Wants to Handle Android Fragmentation so Carriers and Developers Don’t Have To

By | Apkudo Approved, Apkudo for Developers, TechCrunch | No Comments

This article originally ran April 19, 2013, on TechCrunch Apkudo Wants to Handle Android Fragmentation so Carriers and Developers Don’t Have To Baltimore-based Apkudo is debuting its “Apkudo Approved” program this week, extending its existing work with making sure that Android apps and devices perform well for consumers. The company has positioned itself in a growth market, to act as a layer both between developers and devices, and between devices and carriers, to help both parties deal with the fractured and often maze-like landscape of the Android hardware market. Keep reading…

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6 Things The Facebook Phone MUST Do

By | Apkudo Approved, Business Insider, Press Articles | No Comments

This article originally ran April 10, 2013, on Business Insider 6 Things The Facebook Phone MUST Do So far it seems like people just don’t care about the Facebook phone. We reached out to Josh Matthews, CEO and co-founder of Apkudo, a company that helps developers improve their Android apps and has done the testing and optimization for companies like Samsung and Sony, to talk details on the impending phone. Keep reading…

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The Rise of the New App Economy

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For the past three years VisionMobile has surveyed developers around the world to gain insight into why they make the choices they do. The result has been a series of Developer Economics Reports. The third report in the series, Developer Economics 2012: The New Mobile App Economy, focuses on five main areas: The redefinition of mobile ecosystems, developer segmentation, revenues vs. costs in the mobile economy, app marketing and distribution, and regional supply vs. demand of apps. It’s an excellent read for anyone interested in development trends and the mobile app economy. Plus, it’s free and who doesn’t like that? You can download it here. Don’t have…

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