It’s not about how sleek your app is. It’s about how you engage with the app user.
New data from GSMA shows India is on track to have nearly 700 million smartphone connections by 2020, more than four times the level in 2014.
Ibox wants to be Southeast Asia’s Square. Can it swipe away local competitors to get there?
A surge in India’s internet user base, which is one-and-a-half times its size last year, will make it the second largest in the world, next only to China.
A few months ago, Pranshu Bhandari got a call from a clothing factory owner. He was thanking her for her work on Hello English, an app that teaches English to s...
To boost your productivity and peace of mind, here are 5 Israeli apps that could help.
It’s trying to blend both hyperlocal and proximity-based services.
In the 12 months leading up to Q3 2015, mobile internet unicorns' average valuation dropped by US$1 billion. What the real question here is.
If you want your kids to rediscover their love for coloring, Quiver is your best bet.
U-Hop bills itself as a cheaper and safer alternative to Uber and its ilk. And it's not just a car-hailing app.
AppVirality has a plug-and-play DIY dashboard to make growth hacks easier for app developers and marketers. It just raised fresh funding from prominent angels.
Q&Me is a mobile app for market research, and it comes with a twist. What if you were rewarded for participating in surveys, and could create your own?
Facebook and Google will be sharing expert advice on hot mobile and programming topics at Tech in Asia Jakarta
Explore mobile and programming topics in-depth at Tech in Asia Jakarta’s expert stages.
Starting up in Sri Lanka wasn’t easy but these entrepreneurs persevered through the rough times.
Despite the constant testing most developers and publishers implement to measure app’s user engagements and user on boarding, not enough focus is applied to the...
Chinese phone maker OnePlus this afternoon unveiled a new budget smartphone that starts at US$249.
Telstra is looking to partner with the Philippines’ San Miguel to disrupt the duopoly of PLDT and Globe in the archipelago nation.
More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.