According to Wikipedia, a mobile app, short for mobile application, or just app, is application software designed to run on smartphones, tablet computers and other mobile devices.

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Connecting a native iOS app to backend and database

I have a good amount of experience working with objective-C and making iOS apps that work locally and with BaaS providers (Parse.com). However, I'd like to take my mobile development to the next level ...
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Mobile IOS Application to Server interaction design?

I've built a set of what will be server-side programs in python. Essentially they crawl the net and index news articles. The iOS mobile application will be what the user interacts with. So it needs ...
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mobile app data copyright question

I want to develop a mobile app for itinerary of major sport event. My confusion is whether there will be a copyright problem in sharing the schedules, venue of matches, player statistics and ticket ...
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Should I use SignalR to synchronize & cache CRUD data to a mobile app?

I'm considering using SignalR to send data to a mobile app, but need to have a way to synchronize data while it's closed or pending updates. Is it a good idea to use Backbone.js <--> SignalR to ...
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How do I authenticate users from facebook/twitter?

I need to build a site for a mobile app that allows users to sign in with facebook/twitter or sign up as a new user (traditional username/password). No matter which method the user chooses, they ...
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How to transfer metadata using Bluetooth between an iPhone and an Android mobile?

I would like to develop a hybrid app to transfer data/meta data between an iPhone and an Android mobile device using Bluetooth. I could find BTStack and PhoneGap useful. But, is it possible to ...
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Location services on Mobile platforms

Do location based services on mobile devices know what business you are in exactly or does it just have a general approximation of where you are and you have to manually check in to be specific? ...