There will be four times as many tablet owners in Western Europe by 2017, research and advisory firm Forrester announced last Wednesday. The projections come from a survey the company conducted by 13,000 people in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain and the UK.
The poll revealed that one seventh [...]Continuez →
Last Friday, The Guardian was telling the unfortunate story of parents, whose little girl spent £208 in their back. The kid was playing with an app derived from the famous games by Outfit7 studio, involving all kinds of characters talking (Talking Tom the Cat, Lila the Fairy, Santa Claus…); downloading the [...]Continuez →
Contrarily to prejudices, the most connected people in the world are to be found in Western Europe. The info comes from a study by ZenithOptimedia, published on February 11th, called The New Media Forecast. The report focuses on 19 technologically mature markets, where the analysts predict the growth of smartphones, tablets [...]Continuez →
That is the conclusion app analytics company Distimo draws in its latest report, released last week.
The study focused on iPhone and iPad tops 400 in December 2012, in the ten biggest countries in terms of app consumption: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Russia, the UK, [...]Continuez →
Discover the fun and poetic universe of Virgo (Virginie ARACIL)!
Three types of classical games in colorful scenes will please both children and grown-ups!
The first mobile app illustrated by children professional designer Virginie Aracil. Her main character, Virgo, will take you around the world and make [...]Continuez →
Recent stats have shaken Apple’s Empire lately. But some sources seem to convey quite contradictory messages as regards how the figures should be interpreted. Let us sort it out.
Two different versions coexist there, and, indeed, two different situations.
On the one hand, Apple has just [...]Continuez →
Wednesday, January 30th, US service for app developer company uTest announced the launching of its new product called Applause: https://www.applause.com.
The latter enables to rank any mobile application on a 1-100 scale, distinguishing iOS from Android versions. If you are familiar with Klout, a tool attributing a Twitter profile [...]Continuez →
For several months, experiments have been flourishing in classrooms from all around the world. iPad, Bic Education…, mobile tabs are increasingly taking the place of old-fashion computers, with significantly positive results.
In New York, City Concil Speaker Christine Quinn has just presented a 300 million-education plan [...]Continuez →
VisionMobile, an English mobile industry analyst firm, released its fourth annual report about mobile application developers and the software environment surrounding them.
If you want to download the full study, which is fascinating by the way, click here: http://www.visionmobile.com/product/developer-economics-2013-the-tools-report/.
For my part, I will try to sum [...]Continuez →
Today, Tuesday 22nd, the French Academy of Science holds a public debate on the topic “Kids and screens,” a national newspaper reported yesterday. Beforehand, the institution had submitted a report to six Ministries, including Health and Education. This study was developed by psychiatrists, psychologists, neuroscientists, and written in collaboration with a foundation [...]Continuez →