Blog of applications efficiency

  • Is the Messenger Lite app really lighter?

    Is the Messenger Lite app really lighter?

    Note: Find our other comparative articles of lightened apps: Facebook vs Facebook Lite or Instagram vs Instagram Lite. Messenger’s parent company Facebook launched its lightweight Messenger Lite version in 2016, originally intended for developing countries that don’t have stable, powerful connectivity or state-of-the-art smartphones. Nevertheless, success is also evident in developed countries where the connection in some regions is low. Facebook has made the choice to deploy Facebook Lite and Messenger Lite in other countries including countries of Europe.

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  • Did you know? Many mobile users won't be able to use your app!

    Did you know? Many mobile users won't be able to use your app!

    By facilitating access to digital solutions, the number of mobile application users will increase significantly. Mechanically the rate of commitment related to the service offered will also increase. This metric is essential to an application’s success. Without accessibility, the risk that users don’t use the service is high. And if the engagement rate is low, the revenue from the application could be heavily impacted. The success and adherence of an application are too often reduced to ASO (App Store Optimization) or SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

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  • Qwant vs Google: Which search engine is better for battery life?

    Qwant vs Google: Which search engine is better for battery life?

    Today we look into mobile search engines. These everyday gateways to the internet are now mostly used on our mobile devices. We chose to compare two of the most popular but very different search engines. One is a French search engine launched in 2013 whose values are the protection of the neutrality of the results as well as your private life: Qwant. The other is the most used search engine in the world, holding nearly 90% market share, having the ability to process a very large amount of data, you guessed it, we are talking about Google.

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  • Why automate the testing of its mobile applications?

    Why automate the testing of its mobile applications?

    The tests automation is often considered as an additional cost within the development teams, and this for various reasons: Necessity of a team’s rise in competence on a particular tool Writing times are more important than manual execution times Necessary maintenance of tests over time … Mobile development with lower project costs and shorter development times doesn’t help move to automated testing. The benefits aren’t necessarily well evaluated towards the cost of autonomization.

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