A new report from mobile ad network Chartboost suggests that while the iPad is the best platform in terms of getting return on advertising spend for mobile game developers, the iPhone is still seen as the marquee iOS platform for mobile games, since it commands an impressive 61 percent of all gaming time spent on iOS devices.
Facebook has just released the Facebook SDK 3.1 for iOS which lets app developers on its platform to take advantage of single sign-on through native login and other features from the social network getting baked into iOS 6.
Mobile Dialer is nothing but mobile based software used to make calls from your mobile phones through VoIP. Making international calls through VoIP is really cheap and Mobile Dialer Software makes it possible through your handset from anywhere at anytime. The mobile dialer is developed keeping a particular mobile OS in mind.
PunchTab, a social loyalty and rewards platform now backed by $5.25 million in venture funding, is expanding its platform to mobile. Until now, the company had focused on allowing businesses and agencies to run campaigns across the social web – something that made it stand out from similar platforms, which often only target Facebook and Twitter.
Once T-Mobile launches their 1900MHz HSPA+ spectrum, this will finally enable AT&T phones (such as the iPhone) to receive their HSPA+ network and not just EDGE. Once this network re-framework is complete, you can bet that plenty of T-Mobile users will start getting the iPhone.
Mobile marketer Velti just released its August report on the mobile ad marketing, but instead of focusing on the past month, it’s looking ahead to the growth of the iPhone 5.
The report points out that the iPhone 4S had a rapid rise to the top, becoming the top device in mobile ad impressions within a few months — it was already claiming 10 percent of impressions four months after its releas