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Nowadays mobile applications are in flourishing state. There are some designers who love to make apps in their free time while some people make these apps just for the sake to have additional income. Those people who make apps just for their enjoyment can also earn some extra money if they want. These days a lot of ways are being introduced to earn money by making your own apps. The top most way to earn some additional fund is the paid apps. Recently there are various apps that are going fo[...]
Mobile app maker Appy Pie launches Quiz API for creating Quiz, Test & Survey Apps. With this API developers will be able to build a lists of questions that they can ask users to answer. These questions can be either a quiz, test or a survey to collect information. Quizzes of all types can be built using this API. Its User-friendly interface makes it stand apart from other app builders in this category. Online quizzes/tests are essentially exams which users complete online. They offer th[...]
Appy Pie online app builder makes developing your own mobile applications ridiculously easy. You can now create an app in a few minutes without any programming knowledge with the help of this free mobile app maker. Tap into a new target market by using the app builder to create and distribute a functional, industry-tailored mobile application designed to work with Apple, Android, Blackberry and Windows devices. With literally a handful of clicks, you can have a monetized, sharable marketing tool[...]
Bluebox Security, a mobile security startup firm, has revealed a vulnerability that has existed in Android for the past four years can allow hackers to modify any legitimate and digitally signed application in order to transform it into a Trojan program that can be used to steal data or take control of the OS. Researchers from the firm found the flaw and now are planning to present it in great details at the Black Hat USA security conference in Las Vegas later this month. The vulnerability[...]