Messages that flash over smartphone screens regarding the apps users have installed are the push notifications. You must have experienced it several times. Such notifications come to remind you about new features just unlocked on your newly installed apps. Push notifications work like email subscription that asks users to opt-in for the services by agreeing on the terms & conditions.
At a time when we have already become used to great interactive user interface and smooth user experience in countless apps, it is very likely that apps lacking good UI and UX will not be tolerated. Thanks to an array of quality apps that we use frequently, our expectation and perception in relation to UI and UX is generally high. So, unlike the first generation app users we are more merciless to apps with underperforming UX and non user-optimized UI. Users got used to good app design and so design should get used to quality benchmark.
In 2009, I listed some WordPress plugins to make your website mobile friendly. Just over 6 years and the SEO, Technology … have changed. Do you know? Google is cracking down on mobile-unfriendly sites. If your site isn’t optimized for mobile, you’re losing a whole chunk of users on the go who will quickly look elsewhere if your site does’t load on their device.
In this post, I’ll look at the top mobile optimization plugins available for WordPress and offer some recommendations.
In the previous article, you already know a number of services to help you convert your website to the mobile version which compatible with mobile devices. However, using third-party web development services are more limited, customization capabilities depending on the vendor even if you have to pay to get better service. By building a website ready for mobile version delivers more benefits than the cost of maintenance and system upgrade.
During construction, there are several unique issues for mobile devices is completely different from the normal computer.