How long does it take for your app to be reviewed?07 June 2016 | Andy
We've built over 60 apps, and one of the key challenges after the design and build can be getting them uploaded to the app stores. Apple and Google have set app review processes and the time it takes to get their feedback often varies. Recently, we
Why does my app need to look different on Android to iOS?28 April 2016 | Andy
The ongoing rivalry between the two major platforms – Android and Apple’s iOS – is keeping developers and technology players on their toes, and is driving innovation forward.
Degree 53 launch Vibe Tickets for Android17 November 2015 | Andy
Following on from the successful launch of Vibe Tickets iOS app in early October, we are very pleased to share that we have now completed the Android version which is now available for download on Google Play.
Android HockeyApp Upload Using Gradle08 April 2015 | Pete
Here at Degree 53, we use HockeyApp to distribute apps to our testers (and clients for UAT). This blog documents how to upload Android apps to HockeyApp from our CI server (Thoughtworks Go) using cURL.
Android Development with Dagger02 February 2015 | Pete
We’ve been looking at ways to improve how we develop our Android apps, in the last couple of years we’ve improved our processes a great deal which has resulted in apps being delivered on time/budget and with fewer issues.
Top 10 Technology Highlights of 201417 December 2014 | Jenny
Technology is at the heart of everything we do at Degree 53. Let’s take a look back at some of the top 10 technological highlights of 2014.
Which Platform Is Best For My Project – iOS or Android?10 November 2014 | Chris
As Business Analysts here at Degree 53, we work with our clients to define what their mobile app will be and one of the most common questions we are asked (other than “How are you going to make my product amazing?”) is “Which platform should we be fo
Google Unveils Nexus 9 Tablet, Nexus 6 Phone and an Android TV Player16 October 2014 | Rob
On Wednesday 15th October, Google made some ‘big’ product announcements involving brand new mobile devices and a new operating system.
Apple Keynote 2014 Perspective from an Android Developer10 September 2014 | Rob
This is what you get when you ask an Android developer their opinion on the latest Apple news.
Android Wear - A Look at the First Devices08 July 2014 | Pete
We've been testing LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live to learn more about wearable tech. Here are our findings so far..
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