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Spotify App

How Does the Spotify App Become the Leader of the Music Streaming Industry?

By Suprotik / March 30, 2021

A city you can’t build in a day, and the same thing goes for an application. See, you can not make another Spotify app because it is unique.

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Uber App

The Evolution of Uber: How Uber App Was Made?

By Suprotik / March 15, 2021

Uber operates over 58 countries and is valued at approximately $66B- the company has expanded and established in over 581+ cities in over 82+ countries with the US, China, India, Germany, and many other countries. India and the US have the most active users who are using the services via Uber App.

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Outsourcing Mobile App Development

Inhouse Vs. Outsourcing Mobile App Development

By Suprotik / March 1, 2021

Outsourcing Mobile App Development is the most common quandary that businesses face when they plan to build their mobile app.

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Types of Developers

5 Types of Developers You Need To Know Before You Hire

By Suprotik / December 31, 2020

Types of Developers , Welcome to Cmile, in this article, we have categorized the most widely recognized sort of developers you will experience.

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iOS App Development

iOS App Development: A comprehensive action plan for Startup

By Suprotik / October 20, 2020

App development starts with planning for the application, followed by the design and development of the app, testing the product before releasing it, and then, the app’s subsequent continuous maintenance until it exists.

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Ideas for Mobile App Marketing

7 Great Ideas for Better Mobile App Marketing

By Suprotik / October 16, 2020

Various reports indicate, by 2022 the annual mobile app downloads are estimated to reach approximately 258 billion. That’s a 45 percent increase from 178 billion downloads in 2017.

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App Maintenance

App Maintenance Cost and Why It’s Incredibly Important?

By Suprotik / August 14, 2020

Calling end-user development, it’s a plan that makes your app more beneficial to users, but also it cuts down on both short-term and long-term costs.

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