Hate iPhone? Apple might help you ‘Move to Android’

Apple introduced last September a Move to iOS application to help Android users quickly switch to iPhone. The app ports contacts, photos and other personal documents from an Android device to an iPhone, and it has been quite popular,having more than one million installs according to Google’s Play Store statistics. But a new report says…


How Facebook is going to kill the phone number

What do you do after building a user base that consists of around 20% of the entire planet? You start replacing the things they use with your own products. That’s what David Marcus, VP of Messaging Products at Facebook, talked about in a blog post laying out the company’s plans for 2016. DON’T MISS: Facebook needs to stop…


Google is considering building its own smartphone from scratch

Google launched Android many years ago without actually making a smartphone. Instead, the company partnered up with various smartphone manufacturers to create Nexus-branded devices to show customers, developers and partners a fully functional high-end (or thereabout) smartphone running the latest version of Android. Though rumors said Google might ditch the Nexus smartphone program, the company kept…


This Is How You Design Your Mobile App for Maximum Growth

Kamo Asatryan may very well be one of the best kept secrets in the startup ecosystem. He’s one of a small handful of people who have observed hundreds of mobile apps, thought deeply and scientifically about their mechanics, and determined what they could change to grow faster. To demonstrate his particular brand of magic: Asatryan’s team recently…


4 Little-Known Factors That Could Hurt Your NPS Score

Everyone wants a better NPS score. Not just for the bragging rights (though those are good too), but to drive business growth, you will always need more promoters than detractors. Now that we have sent millions of NPS surveys for hundreds of customers around the world, we have noticed some patterns. Many people think that…


Google will reportedly offer free international mobile roaming

Google, which is developing its own wireless service, will reportedly offer its future phone customers international roaming at no additional cost to their plans, according to The Telegraph. Citing “industry sources,” The Telegraph reports that Google is in talks to partner with Hutchison Whampoa, the owner of British wireless carrier Three, to provide Americans with…