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Friday, July 10, 2020

Archive for the 'Mobile website development' Category

Web app for your site in minutes: Progressive Apps Builder #ad

Progressive Apps Builder is live. As we mentioned yesterday, this new online software turns websites into future-proof apps for both Android and Apple iOS smart phones and tablets.Big companies like Tinder, AliExpress, Trivago, Pinterest, Instagram, and many others are using a progressive web app to keep their customers informed. Now you can, too.Your new Android or Apple app (depending on the user’s type of phone) gets delivered directly from your website to the visitor’s phone, without the need to load your app into the Google or Apple app store. That’s good, because Google... [...]

Progressive Apps Builder: convert your site into Android/iOS app in minutes #ad

There’s a relatively new technology being adopted by leading edge marketers, called Progressive Web Apps (PWA).Its primary use is on mobile devices. It has the advantages of a historic mobile app (now called a “native mobile app” to distinguish it from PWAs), but have two major advantages:1. You don’t have to deliver them using the Apple or Android app stores (and that avoids costs and eliminates the chance of rejection)2. You don’t need an Apple version and an Android version, one app works on both.Your visitors can install your PWA on their iPhone directly from... [...]

How is your website doing?

There are many factors that influence the success of a site. The most important is the content. Top quality content can me even poorly designed sites beloved by visitors.Beyond that, though, there are technical issues that can influence search engine ratings of a site, things like security, speed performance, mobile friendliness and SEO.We just came across a website the offers a free evaluation of these four factors that affect both search engine ratings and the perception of individual visitors to the site.It’s called Website Grader and it’s a service provided by Hubsite.We tested... [...]

‘Seven Reasons Your Business Needs a Mobile-Friendly Website Right Now’ – MarketingProfs

Laura Forer says, “Some 1.2 billion people worldwide access the Internet from a mobile device. If your business doesn’t have a mobile-friendly site, then you’re missing opportunities.Furthermore, 55% of time spent with online retail occurred on a mobile device, according to one study. That stat and more are highlighted in an infographic by Harris Myers Business Development that explains why businesses should ensure their websites render and function well on mobile devices.In addition to simply making your site more accessible, mobile-friendliness helps achieve higher rankings... [...]