Here is a spreadsheet with a list of world countries and which ones have access to Apple App Store and Google Play. I’ve needed this a few times and haven’t found a consolidated chart before. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rCpghgmU_SmdaIZVMUXZooah8ePMdiJWSuX2Z5AnJC0/edit?usp=sharing For Google Play I’ve marked up the countries which allow the price to be overridden in the local county
I’m looking for a community for app project managers. Not technical programming questions but questions about the best way to use Google Play, the Apple App Store for product managers, app store managers, analysts and support staff. I’ve proposed a group in Stack Exchange so please support this if you think it’s a good ide
Been experimenting with Parse recently as a way of increasing engagement in Johnny Grammar’s Word Challenge. Johnny Grammar is an app that provides grammar, word and spelling quizzes and includes a leaderboard. Parse provides a number of services including the ability to push pre-programmed and ad-hoc push notifications through an app to mobile devices. Every
A post I published on the British Council’s internal blog which has relevance to all companies who do digital product development. Six questions to ask if you think you want an app Have you or your department ever thought about building a mobile app? If so, read on. The British Council has had over 11 million
Couple of new reports from the insight companies App Annie and Distimo have recently been released. Here are a few observations from those.
One thing that is hard for educational app developers and distributors is gauging the size of the market and thus the opportunities for seeing a return on investment. Because the majority of all revenue generated in the two big app stores (Apple App Store and Google Play) is from games, the majority of discussion, print
So, Apple get fined US$32.5 million by the Federal Trade Commission in the US over practices that allow kids to make unauthorised in app purchases. It is yet to see how Apple will apply changes to ensure they do not get accused of this again. They say they were already working on measures to prevent
One of the Guardian’s tech predictions for 2014 is an expansion of tablets for schools and the subsequent growth in educational apps. Education, education, education 2014 feels like a big year for apps – and by extension tablets – in education.
The news last week that Adobe have accepted defeat in making Flash compatible with mobile devices made me think about a number of issues.