Recently, Appcelerator and IDC published results of a survey taken by over 5,500 apps developers. You can download the free report here. According to the report, 66% of developers think that it is “likely or very likely” that a mobile-first startup could break Facebook’s dominance in social media. Developers are disappointed with many features of HTML5. Developers […]
Recently, Apple has made certain updates to its process regarding how it deals with claims of copyright infringement of third-party apps that are selling through iTunes. There is now a new form for dispute resolution related specifically to apps. It is found here. After developers enter certain information in the form, Apple will contact […]
On September 5, 2012, the Federal Trade Commission issued the guidance “Marketing Your Mobile App: Get It Right From the Start”. Importantly, the FTC explained that once the developers start distributing their app, they become advertisers, so that anything they tell prospective users must be truthful. There cannot be false or misleading claims or omissions […]
Kidismart, Kidiplay and Kidilearn are now fully registered trademarks of Ingengo LLC. The team is excited by this new development and cannot wait to release more Kidiplay and Kidilearn apps on the App Store!
At the end of July, 2012, there appeared an opinion in New York Times titled “Is Algebra Necessary?”. In this opinion, Andrew Hacker tries to understand why the high school students are forced to study mathematics, citing the fact that nationally, one out of four ninth graders fail to finish high school. Dropping algebra from the […]