How do you make your current (may be outdated?) web site into mobile friendly?
Well, you can convert your entire site for quite a bit of $$$ OR
We take your current content and FORMAT on the fly it to be mobile friendly!
First take a look at this example:
Then, take a look at our service presentation: (Download from: TASK-deck )
As you already know, the mobile market in 2013 is heating up!
Since we were flooded by dozens of requests for quotes for mobile apps and conversions we decided to publish a price list here as well as a request for quote page where we promise a 1 business day for most quotes.
Here are very useful links for you to find funding for your apps:
Apptopia is one of most popular sites for buying and selling mobile apps. You’ll find a range of apps for sale with some having over a million downloads that are selling for six figures and others that aren’t as seasoned in the marketplace but still selling for great money .
Although Appsplit is a marketplace, it’s very different than Apptopia in that developers can raise money for funding their app ideas.
SellMyApp.com is strictly a marketplace for buying and selling apps and source code for various marketplaces and platforms.
AppsFunder is a funding platform, connecting mobile entrepreneurs and developers, with funders to realize great apps together.
Fund & Follow Creativity! Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects.
Our main trainer, Adrian Mikeliunas, gave three presentations on the benefits of Android to a full audience this week!
Android Development for Fun and Profit
November 29th, 2012 – 11am – 11:55am (55m)
This session will give attendees an overview of what they need to do in order to get started as Android developers. Even if you are a web developer you can build apps for Android! From zero programming effort to programming right on your Android device using AIDE. It will cover the tools and skills needed, as well as providing an overview of the different Android OS versions, and the market-share of each platform and OS combination. It will also give an introduction to the many app stores besides Amazon and Google available for selling applications for the Android platform.
Java Essentials for Android
November 29th, 2012 – 2pm – 2:55pm (55m)
This session focuses on Java concepts that you will need in order to develop Android apps. It will serve as an overview of the fundamentals of the Java programming language, and compare and contrast it with other C-like languages like C, C++, C#, and Objective C. Also covered are the best sources for templates and libraries to speed up your learning curve!
Publishing your Android application
November 29th, 2012 – 3pm – 3:55pm (55m)
This session will build on the overview of the Android marketplace from the “Getting started” session. It will provide a more detailed look at the different Android markets, their commissions and alternative revenue sources. We will review the top 5 app stores and their requirements for publishing Android applications.
Adrian Mikeliunas (Consultant at Task Mobile Solutions LLC)
Adrian Mikeliunas is an internationally acclaimed speaker, computer consultant, and an expert trainer. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and a Certified Linux Professional and Instructor (CLP). For the past 25 years, Adrian’s broad computer systems experience includes serving as a project leader, security engineer, systems analyst, database designer, programmer, and a technical instructor. He has extensive experience with personal computers, mainframes, LANs and WANs. He shares his knowledge through the classes he teaches, including: Android, Linux, and MS Windows.
A mobile-friendly site provides a great overall website experience to your mobile users. Mobile friendly websites can be viewed from anywhere while on the go!
More than 70 million Americans browse websites from their phone every month and over 60 percent of consumers use smartphones or tablets to search for business locations or directions.
It has become a necessity to provide a quality mobile experience and provides quick access to information about your business.
Some basic benefits of mobile friendly websites are:
- Opportunity. Mobile presence opens up new windows of business and networking opportunities.
- Compatibility. Mobile websites can be viewed through the browsers of all major smart phones.
- Efficiency. Simple navigation through easy to use features improves customer experience. Mobile websites give the quick information that your visitors want.
- Awareness. Provide the public with easy, mobile access to your company’s services offered, pulled from your original website content.
From a technical point of view a mobile site has two major benefits:
- Less images [faster downloads and lower data charges!]
- Large buttons instead of those tiny URL links!
- Compare the two images below to see the differences…
Here are some very high quality posts and definitions of the topic of mobile web site conversion:
Separate mobile site vs. responsive design May 2012
A separate mobile website: no forking way May 2012
Why We Shouldn’t Make Separate Mobile Websites April 2012
Strategy Reboot: Time To Stop Building Mobile Websites, Forbes Oct 2012
Native App vs. Mobile Web App: A Quick Comparison July 2012