18 Feb 2014
For some college can be a very trying time. They find the workload that they are suddenly faced with challenging. Balancing school, work, and a social life can certainly be difficult for anyone just going off to college. That is why from time to time we like to find some apps that are available to make the experience a little easier.
Let’s be real, college is not as easy as movies and television shows make it out to be. You somehow have to squeeze going to class and getting papers done between having fun with friends, napping and snacking. It can make staying on top of things even more difficult than you anticipated. So how lucky is it that we are in such a digital age and have access to fantastic devices and even cooler applications to put on your devices to improve all aspects of your life.
18 Nov 2013
College is often shown as a place where people go to party and have a good time, but we all know there is way more to it than that. While partying certainly does occur, there is a lot of studying and stress that happens as well. In order to survive college, you may want to check out some apps to help make it a little easier to get through.
1. iStudiezPro- This is a great app when it comes to scheduling. Oftentimes, students may have a wide array of things that they have going on in a given week. If they are hoping to keep up with it all, it is necessary for them to have a way to accurately track things. This application can make that happen. Busy college schedules are no problem when this app is tracking it all.
12 Sep 2013
Modern startups must often go mobile. They also benefit from seeking minimum viable products (MVP) that can get to market quickly and immediately create value for customers. However, in the rush to get to market, it is very easy to ignore performance issues.
An application that works well in a test environment may grind to a halt if a user has been running it for a while. In order to avoid user performance complaints down the road, a mobile startup should pay attention to the following topics.