The news of Apple ramping up its search engine efforts is exciting news in my opinion. I was always hoping that Microsoft could compete with Google… and was disappointed that Bing never really attained a significant competitive edge. With their own hardware and embedded browser, you’d think they could grab more market share. I’m not sure why they haven’t but Google absolutely dominates the market with 92.27% market share… and Bing has a mere 2.83%.
If you’ve read my publication for any extended period of time, you know that I’m an Apple fanboy. It’s simple features like I’m going to describe here that makes me appreciate their products and features. You’ve probably noticed that when you open a site in Safari in iOS that businesses often promote their mobile application with Smart App Banner. Click on the banner, and you’re taken directly to the App Store where you can download
The folks at Litmus have released this infographic, Internet Explorer Still Top Choice for Web-Based Email. I think that always comes as a surprise to those of us in the online industry – who gravitate to Chrome and Safari, but we often lose sight of who our clients are and the corporate environment they’re in. This is where IE is heavily implemented without too many options. Email and web users worldwide have access to more
If you’ve ever been testing a site across mobile and tablet browsers, it can be both painstaking and time-consuming. Some companies have come up with tools to mimic rendering on the devices, but it’s never quite the same as testing on the device themselves. I was reading Web Designer magazine today and found that Adobe launched Shadow, a tool to help designers pair up and work with the devices in real time. At first glance,