On Tuesday, 26 April, Singapore’s largest bank and a leading bank in Asia, DBS Bank Ltd launched “Digibank”, a breakthrough “Mobile-only Bank” app designed to make Banking simpler, smarter and faster for its customers. The new “DBS Digibank” app delivers a groundbreaking “mobile-first” experience and builds on the bank’s continuous efforts to innovate on its digital offerings to enhance the customer experience.
Enterprise mobility solutions can present a number of challenges – Mobile governance, or the Management of people, policy, and process issues. At times it can seem like a minefield, but enterprises can quickly identify these challenges and overcome them in order to deploy an innovative enterprise mobility strategy. Companies need to bring all stakeholders into the fold to create truly productive and effective Enterprise Mobility. Here are the key challenges that organizations face as they define their Mobility strategy.
Connection Timeout! App Crash! App Hang! Long load time! Poor performance @ 3G network! And what not! Yeah! All this I encountered today while using the Ola Cabs Android App in the evening. And guess what – It’s not working now as well – What do you call it? A Critical & Priority-1 defect in production? The main App feature – “Book a ride” – is not working!
One of the principle challenges for application developers has been distribution of the application. Traditional computer applications have relied on clunky installers called wizards to sort out and set up the components of a program, but this paradigm does not work well across multiple mobile platforms. Let’s see what the available Mobile App file extensions are for different Operating Systems.
As we all know, WhatsApp is inviting Android users to beta-test an unreleased version of its application, directly via the Google Play store. Having just submitted my WhatsApp Android Beta – Testing Report to the Support group (with 14 observations), let’s look at some details of the program…
The version history of the Android mobile operating system began with the release of the Android alpha in November 2007. The first commercial version, Android 1.0, was released in September 2008. The most recent major Android update is Android 6.0 “Marshmallow”, which was released in October 2015. Let’s take a look back through the years at how Andy Rubin’s brainchild has evolved into the industry titan that it is today.