Most of us will have occasionally passed the time by playing video games. Whether it’s playing a puzzle game like Candy Crush Saga on the morning commute, or enjoying some casino games as evening entertainment, it’s clear that we’re becoming a world of gamers.
With every year that progresses, it seems as though most of us get a little more addicted to our smartphones. And whilst new mobile models like the Samsung Galaxy S8 has incredible features like facial recognition and the cool Live Message function, there are some who maintain that we are becoming a little too reliant upon the internet.
With mobile devices fast becoming the most preferred way of accessing the web, it is small wonder that there has been a huge surge in mobile app development. Literally, thousands of apps are launched every day across a mind-boggling spectrum of subjects. However, most of them fail to set the users on fire and die a very quick death. The principal reasons are the lack of value and poor quality of user experience. Some insights into how to develop exciting apps:
Smartphones have evolved to become such as essential part of our day to day lives that it seems impossible to ever spend one whole day without getting online. In a 2016 study conducted by Flurry, it was determined that users spend about 4 hours and 15 minutes on their mobile phones every day. That’s a little over a quarter of our waking hours!
In the last few days, the return of a nations favourite was announced – the Nokia 3310. Nokia was bought out by Microsoft and in turn, most of the Nokia phones that we knew were being taken off the shelf and consigned to the history books. The Nokia 3310 had a battery which lasted quite a long time, it has some legendary games such as Snake. It was a real reliable phone but since the influx of the smartphone such as the Iphone, Samsung, Sony etc the Nokia phones were pushed to the sideline.
Kia reveals youthful and energetic design of all-new Picanto
– More assertive stance in a compact A-segment package
– Exhibited in public for the first time at 2017 Geneva Motor Show