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At Mac Expo, we are always on stand by for any assistance that our client may need from us during the time span of the designated project. And it is no different if you are interested in iPhone app development services as well.

Our digital design agency of creative technologists can provide a continuum of iPhone apps and mobile friendly websites, able enough to take on the ever evolving technological breakthroughs in mobile operating systems with regards to software and hardware.

In sense, our web agency is here to offer you a large spectrum of apps that can be developed for an even wider range of smart phones such as iPhone (also iPod, iPad), Android, Blackberry and Palm. Mobile apps design in London from Mac Expo can thus provide:
•    Smart phone friendly websites
•    Games for smart phones
•    iPhone apps
•    iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone websites
•    Android apps and more

Mac Expo can therefore take care of all you mobile apps development needs. Do take a look at our app development page by clicking here for some more info.


When it comes to web devices, the trend is generally that the smaller, the better. Laptops are more popular than ever, and iPhones, Androids, Blackberrys, and other smart devices that fit into your pocket are growing in popularity by the minute. It seems as if everyone including your child’s babysitter has an iPhone these days. They are definitely gaining in importance, and many marketing professionals believe that within five to 10 years they will outstrip all the other media for marketing. Read more


It seems that just about everyone these days has a smart phone, and business owners and webmasters alike want to know how to optimize their website for mobile users. There are some general rules of thumb that must be remembered when you start this process.  Our digital agency knows the pitfalls of optimizing for mobile browsers, and we can help you avoid them. Some websites have automatic generation of mobile pages under the same URLs as the regular website, while some businesses have dedicated mobile pages, and some have special subdomains for mobile devices.
With automatic generation of mobile pages using the same URL, the biggest benefit is that the URL doesn’t matter. However a user gets to your site on his or her mobile device, they’re expecting specific content. It’s a matter of stripping or modifying content based on client needs and capabilities. This may not be possible in all situations, however.
There is a good case for presenting different content based on the browser. That’s because the needs of mobile users may be completely different. Mobile browsers are often searching for specific information, while desktop browsers may be casually surfing. Adding a particular subdomain, such as mobile.yourwebsitename.tld is another way of opening your website to mobile users. If you deliver different content to mobile users than to desktop users. Yet another option is using .mobi as the top level domain for your mobile version (as in www.yourwebsitename.mobi). The disadvantage is that having another top level domain does force you to redirect users, which can be challenging if you run more than one international site, each having its own top level domain.
The point is, there are a number of ways to approach optimizing your company’s web content for mobile users, and Mac Expo can work with you to help you figure out which method will work best for you. You must keep in mind that the mobile browsing context is more demanding on the user and make it as easy as possible for him or her. Most people browsing on their iPhone are in transit or doing other things at the same time. So you want to remember that mobile users don’t want the detailed specs on your product, they don’t want to read your equal opportunity employer statement, and they probably don’t care about your mission statement if they’re trying to find out if their flight has been delayed. You’ll want to keep text short and direct, and nix any big adverts on the screen. They delay loading and fill up the screen disproportionately.
To find out more about how Mac Expo can help your company optimize your content for mobile users, please give us a call on 0845 0 347 347 or email us at


Mobile SMS (Short Messaging Service), also referred to as text messaging, is increasingly becoming a regular part of every day life. With this technology, users can easily and quickly send short messages between a variety of devices, including desktop computers, mobile phones, and even some fixed phones.

MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) is a more advanced version of SMS in that it takes it to the next level. With an MMS service, the user can also send audio clips, graphics, video clips, and longer text messages than SMS. It is typically used to send these items from one camera phone to another or to email accounts.

 
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