Urgent care apps market is segmented by clinical areainto trauma, stroke, cardiac conditions, and other clinical areas. Stroke segment is expected to grow at highest growth rate in next five years owing to increasing number of stroke patients & rising number of players providing stroke specific apps used in EMS and rehabilitation facilities.
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Supernova has eventually made it possible to add and test User Interface functionality in just a matter of few moments, which would have otherwise taken hours to code. It empowers developers to reimagine mobile app development for future. See how automation connects with people and allow them to act fast instead of wasting time on things that have already been done.
Research Shows Manufacturing Workers Are the Least Engaged of All the Occupations Surveyed, Leading to Absenteeism, Loss of Productivity, and Business Disruption. Mobile employee engagement platform Staffconnect launches a new eBook to help address the situation.
Committed to powering, and easing the transition from offline retail and eCommerce to mCommerce, MageNative today unveiled a brand new product, WooCommerce App Builder to cater over half a million strong and growing WooCommerce Stores.
App Annie has collated data from the multi-billion dollar app industry
According to new data from the GSMA’s ‘Mobile Trends Report’, published at Mobile World Congress Americas this week, there were 690 million mobile connections in Latin America in the current quarter, with smartphones accounting for 60 per cent of these connections. The new report also highlights the region’s accelerating migration to 4G, which now accounts for almost a quarter of connections.
"Klyme” was featured on NewsWatch AppWatch as part of its monthly AppWatch, which takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, and Windows market. Andrew Tropeano, a host of NewsWatch AppWatch and mobile technology expert, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how it’s a reengineered weather app with social features.