Tag "Mobile"

Google forays into food delivery and home services in India with new app, Areo

April 13, 2017 0

Photo credit: Tech in Asia. Now, Google wants to be your offline handyman as well in India. It has quietly launched a new hyperlocal shopping

Vietnam’s Appota scores series C funding as mobile gaming booms

April 5, 2017 0

Photo credit: fotokita / 123RF. Vietnam-based Appota today announced it secured an undisclosed sum for its series C round from two prominent investment funds in

Google launches a new app for the next billion – YouTube Go with offline videos

April 5, 2017 0

Photo credit: Tech in Asia. India is the world’s fastest growing smartphone market. But hundreds of millions in India, especially in tier-2 and tier-3 cities,

Rakuten and Blackstorm launch HTML5-based mobile games platform

April 4, 2017 0

Some of the titles available on R Games at launch. Photo credit: Rakuten Games. Rakuten, the Japanese tech company that made headlines last year when

Good news for apps: App Annie predicts consumers will spend 33% more in 2017

March 31, 2017 0

Photo credit: manganganath / 123RF. Mobile app data analytics firm App Annie projects a 33 percent growth in consumer spend on apps this year, rising

WeChat leaps into bike-sharing craze

March 31, 2017 0

On your bike: Hu Weiwei, Mobike co-founder and president. Photo credit: Mobike. WeChat, China’s ubiquitous messaging app with not far shy of 900 million active

Your app is on the store but you can’t monetize. Here are tips from veterans on how they did it.

March 31, 2017 0

Image credit: Pexels. A player is in the middle of a battle in a dungeon somewhere in a fantastical island. The dragon glows yellow –

Xiaomi makes 1 phone every second in India

March 23, 2017 0

Over 90 percent of the workforce at Xiaomi’s manufacturing plants in India are women. Photo credit: Xiaomi. Xiaomi from China. We’ve gotten used to hearing

Mobike begins global expansion as it rolls into Singapore

March 23, 2017 0

Photo credit: Mobike. China’s Mobike today rolled into Singapore, marking the startup’s first expansion out of its home nation. The bicycle-rental app, after weeks of

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