New & Cool stuff with iOS 10

Posted on October 21, 2016

With new release of Apple’s iOS 10, its features in iPhone and iPad is dramatically different , this will have major changes in your daily phone and tablet routine.iOS 10 is available on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, unless of course you have an age-old phone or tablet that still uses the 30-pin dock connector or an older iPad mini or iPod touch. One among the most excited users, we’ve compiled a roundup of all the exciting new features, big and small, that you should know about on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.


  • Separate settings for Mail, Contacts & Calendar: Though it is not a huge change, this new setting will save your time, as these settings are not grouped together now when you are looking to alter the settings for these apps.
  • New ‘Shared Notes’ Feature: User can now add other people to their Notes so that more than one person can read, edit, or add to them. There are

Android Marshmallow Magic

Posted on October 3, 2016

To start with, Marshmallow is the latest upgraded version in Android operating system which is integrated in the present Smart Phones. While carrying out various types of tests by the developers it has been noticed that rather than lollipop version smart phones, marshmallow version smart phones have greater battery stand by. In order to enable a greater battery stand by marshmallow comprises of features like doze and app standby. Because of doze the phone will automatically go to the sleep mode if it remains unused for a longer time period. With the help of app standby the battery will not get drained when the apps are rarely used in the phones.

For example, if you did not use any app for three consecutive days, then the battery will not be drained for those apps. Because of app standby we can get alert messages for power saving and by seeing the alert messages the user can set their options for each and every app for power saving such as auto save power option, always save power option and turn off the app power saving.


Responsive Development in Native Mobile Apps

Posted on September 12, 2016

We all aware of that web technology provides the responsive design. This will help us to view the similar web pages in multiple devices like smart phones, tablets, iPhone, iPads and web browsers. User will have the same experience in all the devices and page will be rendered accordingly. When the responsive design comes to Native mobile application development, it’s supported by the default platform itself with respect to Android and ios.

Why we have to choose the native mobile application development instead of Hybrid applications? The reason is smooth user interface and both Android, iOS supports responsive design by its own implementation. In olden days, Android only supports easy responsive development to fit for multiple devices and we don’t need any special development kits to achieve this design. By default it will provide multiple dimensions like ldpi, mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi and xxhdpi. We need to just place our components inside these dimension folders. But in ios it was difficult until few years back even when ios was having only few screen resolutions.

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Mobile Application Testing

Posted on August 29, 2016

Mobile application testing is a process by which application software developed for hand held mobile devices is tested for its functionality, usability and consistency.

Mobile testing is classified as

  • Hardware/ Device Testing
  • Software Testing


  • Multiple Platforms
  • Multiple Browsers
  • Rendering differences
  • Mobile devices have different application runtimes.


  • Limitations in processing speed.
  • Limitations of Memory size of mobile.
  • Differences in Communication Protocols of devices WAP/ HTTP.