Cyanogen’s New MOD Platform Will Allow Developers To Deeply Integrate Their Apps Into Its OS

 Typically, mobile apps are stand-alone experiences that play nicely with the operating system but aren’t fully integrated in it. Cyanogen — the company best known for its Android-based Cyanogen OS — is launching MOD today, a new developer platform that… Continue Reading

IBM Launches Quarks Open Source Development Tool To Build Efficient IoT Apps

 IBM introduced a new open source development tool today called Quarks, which is supposed to help manufacturers and programmers develop efficient applications based on Internet of Things (IoT) sensor data. Quarks is actually based on the IBM Streams product, a proprietary enterprise tool for processing large amounts… Continue Reading

PayPal Commerce Matches Stripe With PayPal’s Own Native Shopping Toolkit For Apps

 PayPal’s first acquisition after it separated from eBay in 2015 was of a young startup called Modest, which had built a platform for small businesses to integrate buy buttons across third-party apps. Now, PayPal is taking the wraps off a new product that will integrate… Continue Reading

Lyft, Cabify, 99Taxis & Others To Integrate Waze’s Routing Software In Their Own Apps

 Waze, the popular Google-owned navigation app that helps drivers route around traffic and alerts them to other road hazards in real-time, is today announcing partnerships with half a dozen companies in the on-demand and  transportation space worldwide, including Lyft, who will… Continue Reading

After 500,000 Apps Built, Bizness Apps Launches Apex, A New White-Label App Builder

 Founded in 2010 as a DIY app and website development platform, Bizness Apps has quietly turned its attention to resellers and digital agencies, becoming one of the largest providers of white-label app development software on the market. In fact, over 500,000 total mobile… Continue Reading