Why Do you need a website?

Why Do I Need a Website? Having a website is like opening a door and inviting potential customers into your business. So…Why does YOUR business need a website? Your site communicates with prospects and customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Even when you aren’t at work, your website is. Your customers can get to know you and your products through the website at their convenience. It can be better than passing out your business card to thousands of people. Expands your reach. People from across the street and across the border have access to your products and services from the comfort of their own space. Increases the effectiveness of your advertising. Print advertising is static, while the web is dynamic. Once you have a website up and running, we recommend your print advertising include your website address where pictures, text, tables and forms can help you get your message across. Gathers feedback. Use forms, email and social media like Facebook and Twitter to allow your clients to communicate with you. Communicates effectively. Whether your website is built for customers or employees, web–based communication and email communication are cost–effective and time–saving devices. It gets you found. Having a well–built website will increase the visibility of your site to the search engines that people use to find what they are looking for. Your specialist should not only offer creative design solutions, but also know how to make your site search engine friendly, so that clients can find you. Sells directly. E–commerce can dramatically reduce expensive overhead while delivering a 24/7 ‘sales force’. Even if... read more

Apps to Socialize

Applications helping in socialization The era of smartphones The 21st century is all about the age of smartphones and their whole breathtaking world of applications. With each day as the demand and the supply of the leading smartphones in their respective operating systems are increasing, the growth of the apps has also witnessed a marked rise. Socializing with the help of Apps Socializing today has become important only because of these applications. Not just getting engaged and meeting up new people has become easier, but finding new places, happening spots, restaurants and a lot more has actually become quite like a layman’s issue. Some of the applications has actually made it possible to rule this social market, thus making the users of smartphones get glued with them. Herein is a brief gist of some of these leading socializing applications. Instagram– Click, add effect and share! That’s about the true nature of Instagram. Initially released in 2010, with Android as it’s first platform, Instagram lets your photos and videos speak for your own life. The added features like filters, other editing options along with the access of sharing to many of the leading social networking sites including Facebook makes it a popular name among all the leading socializing applications. Facebook- Like it or hate it, Facebook continues to provide a tough competition in the market of social apps. The reason why Facebook continues it’s success story is because the app can support most of the platforms, instead of just the smartphones. You can actually connect with your old friends or can add other new people in your life, only within a moment. Linked In- Linked In is among those social apps that makes your professional life get social.... read more

The Future of android

Android gets newer with Lollipop inheriting Kit Kat The news is out. Google is all set to launch the latest version of Android. Earlier this week, 15th of October to be exact, Google has officially announced it’s latest Android 5.0 version that has been named as Lollipop. Originally named Android L at the Google I/O conference on June, Lollipop is expected to be out in the market in the next few weeks. For making the release a grand one, Mountain View of California will see a gigantic lollipop statue at Google Headquarter as a tribute to this latest Android version. Android 5.0 succeeds KitKat literally in all respects, from design to interface to security. Design Inspirations Lollipop bears certain similarity to Kit Kat, especially in the flatness but what is interesting is the addition of realism. There has been extensive use of layers and animation, thus making it even more dynamic. It is a visual treat for all developers and even laymen. Material Design and real time shadows have been used to add depth to interface and give life to your touch and voice. With its slick look and feel, smoother transitions and flashy appeal, Lollipop is one smart addition to the leagues of Android. “Bold, colorful and responsive UI design” is what Google has to say about their latest baby. Issues regarding availability Android 5.0 Lollipop will breathe life with Nexus 6 phablet and Nexus 9 tablet. In case you are thinking about the other leading mobile devices, the news is that the major mobile manufacturers have expressed interest. Motorola promises to upgrade Moto X – the Original and the 2nd Generation, Moto E, Moto G, Droid Ultra, Droid Mini and... read more

Health care applications serving people

Age of applications Smartphones have become one of the basic necessities in this fast-paced life. Keeping themselves parallel with this rise, applications have also become really important. However the biggest advantage that these applications have is the fact they focus on almost all kinds of daily issues which also includes the need to have a proper health. Health care apps and their features Health care applications is no new issue for most of the smartphone owners. What makes them special is their use. These applications basically encompass a mobile strategy that aims in improving the health in a better and more convenient way. Some of the leading features that come with these health care applications include a whole lot of beneficial stuff that can actually enhance one’s health. Out of the whole lot. some of the important ones are discussed in brief below. • With the help of health care applications, it becomes more convenient and easier for the patients to communicate with the doctors. For fixing any appointment, the doctor and the patients don’t need to be located in the same location. • These applications make it easier for the patients to keep a track of their regular activities. Platforms like iOS and Android offer such apps that will help them to regulate and monitor your daily health issues like blood pressure, sugar levels along with many more. • Since most of these health care applications come from the leading mobile devices’ companies, it becomes easier for the patients to experience reduced fraud, especially for the insurance cases. • The applications make it easier for the patients to... read more