The elections will be upon us soon. And Indian app developers seem to have picked which side they would like to be on, or rather, not be on.
The Awaaz app lets you call others on the phone, and all calls get routed over the Internet automatically.
TrackMe lets you track yourself, your family members, your employees. Or a group of people can track each other. You can create a group and add family or friends or employees who you want to share your location with.
While its always good to get organic installs, paid installs are desired by most app developers to acquire inorganic growth.
With free developer tools and a promise for better monetization, Amazon wants to cut a slice of the App pie for itself.
Twitter is currently testing a new feature called ‘Fave People’, to help users keep track of their favorite accounts on an individual timeline.
At NextBigWhat, we started an internal discussion thread on a list of successful indie apps from Indian app developers. To tell you the truth, we really struggled to come up with a definitive list. A country which boasts of a…
Super Resume Builder is an app for Android that lets users create resumes on the apps interface.
TastyKhana app will allow users to browse through restaurant menus, order and pay for food delivery without making a phone call.