Twitter propels its mobile business using progressive web apps

Pattern of app usage among users – prevailing scenario The smartphone user base has experienced an exponential boom in the past few years to reach 2.97 billion users worldwide. A recent study notes that an average US adult spends about 3 hours 10 minutes on his phone every day. 90% of mobile time is spent… Continue reading Twitter propels its mobile business using progressive web apps

The progress of PWA (Progressive Web Applications) mobile apps

The first part of a two blog series on Progressive Web Application introduces the easily adaptable and popular PWA and a very distinct history behind it. It also lines out the future and advantages of the web-based application. The second blog post will line out the adoption of PWAs among some of the recognized businesses… Continue reading The progress of PWA (Progressive Web Applications) mobile apps

How to Programmatically Make your Android Phone Look Like an iPhone

In Android Operating System (OS) based on mobile phone or devices, the UI screen that appears first after the user presses the ‘Power on’ button is called the “Android Launcher Screen”. It is possible in Android to construct a custom launcher application, which can be used as a replacement for the default launcher application that… Continue reading How to Programmatically Make your Android Phone Look Like an iPhone

How to update Android Apps Outside of Google Play

Here’s a DIY on how to programmatically make your Android phone look like an iPhone. Having an Android device is beneficial as we can install apps as per our need. Many of us might already be familiar with Google play store which is the app store for Android and have been using it for downloading… Continue reading How to update Android Apps Outside of Google Play

Appium Blog Series – Part 2 – Running Appium Automation Script on Android Emulators

About Appium Appium is an Open Source mobile application UI testing framework, used to automate native, hybrid and web mobile apps. It enables cross-platform mobile app testing by using common API for both Android and iOS platform test scripts, thereby enhancing code-reusability. Appium provides flexibility of writing and running automation tests in any language such… Continue reading Appium Blog Series – Part 2 – Running Appium Automation Script on Android Emulators

Appium Blog Series – Part 1 – How to Automate Testing for Android Native Apps Using Appium

Appium is an open source mobile application user interface (UI) testing framework, and is used to automate native, hybrid and web mobile apps. It enables cross-platform mobile app testing by using common API for both Android and iOS platform test scripts, thereby enhancing code-re-usability. Appium provides flexibility of writing and running automation tests in languages such as, Java, C#,… Continue reading Appium Blog Series – Part 1 – How to Automate Testing for Android Native Apps Using Appium