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What is the Future of Mobile Apps in 2017?

future-of-mobile-appsThe mobile app landscape is changing as brands look to gain an edge over the competition. Users are always on the lookout for new features, and apps stuck in the past simply won’t get the downloads they need to provide a positive return.

Users spend 90% of their time in apps compared to the mobile web, and app installs continue to climb year-over-year. However, users aren’t satisfied with the same-old, same-old, and that’s what causes 26% of installed apps to be abandoned after just one use.

Technology changes quickly, and brands behind apps are becoming savvier in understanding the needs of their audience. These are the reasons why we can expect to see increasing evolution in the app development space during the upcoming year and beyond. A recent article in Tech Republic details its predictions for the future of mobile apps in 2017, and how users will benefit.

Below is a run-down of 5 app development trends we expect to see the most of in 2017:

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What to Expect from the iPhone 8

Apple is expected to release the next generation of its iPhone series later this year.

The new iPhone 8 series, if rumors are correct, will be different in size and feel.

DigiTimes cited a source indicating Apple will launch three models in different sizes. These include 4.7, 5.5, and 5.8 inches. The phones are expected to be released in the second half of 2017.

The phones will have...

 

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Public Wi-Fi Dangers You Should Be Aware Of

dangers-of-public-wifiPublic Wi-Fi is becoming a necessity in coffee shops, shopping malls and sports stadiums, but just how secure is it? A recent video and article published by Android Authority explain public Wi-Fi dangers and just how vulnerable these systems are. With just a little bit of work, someone can easily capture data from a public Wi-Fi network without you ever knowing.

 

When using a public W-Fi hotspot, you are always running some risk, but the dangers of public Wi-Fi can generally be avoided if you follow these tips from ThrottleNet!

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5 Social Media Habits to Drop This Year

bad-social-media-habitsDon’t get us wrong – social media is a great thing but even great things can get out of hand.

In recent months, we have realized just how easy it is to start a wildfire with fake news, while we all know that person who takes too many selfies and that over-sharer who has just been plain obnoxious.

Now that it’s a new year, we can reflect on how we have used social media for good and not-so-good, and how a few simple changes to our routines can make online communities a better place for everyone.

Adjusting social media habits can increase your productivity and put you in a clearer frame of mind. You may not even realize your social media habits have gotten out of hand until reading on. Consider this a light-hearted intervention.

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