We are pleased to announce that the Surterre Properties mobile application is available for download in the App Store and Google Play. Based in Newport Beach, CA, Surterre Properties is Orange County’s leading luxury real estate brokerage. Surterre strives to provide their clients the best of both worlds. On the one hand, they employ experienced, successful, locally based agents who are dedicated to delivering personalized client service and results. On the other hand, Surterre possesses the strategic vision, marketing acumen and global reach one would expect to find at a much larger company. We worked with their in-house marketing and design team to package and add native mobile features to the mobile web presence that we developed for them earlier this year.
With the release of the iPhone 6, iPhone users finally have a choice to make when purchasing their next device. Should you choose the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus, or the 4-inch iPhone 5s. Here’s a guide to help you make the choice.
Apple made good on all the rumors and released two versions of the new iPhone this week – the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. As those who know me well, I’m not the biggest fan of Apple, primarily because of their all or nothing business practices, but I have to admit that they have done a good job with the lastest iPhone. I know that some will argue that it’s catch-up, but it’s been done in the Apple way. In other words, the new iPhone 6 is well thought out, it’s polished, and, I suspect, it works.
Here are the big feature announcements in the new hardware that you should care about.
Ever been to a Starbucks and wonder why people are showing their phones to the baristas? If they’re like me, they’re using the Starbucks app to pay for their food and drinks. For this month’s app review, I take a closer look at one of the most frequently used apps on my phones and share a few tips I’ve learned to make it more than just a simple payment app.
There’s a lot of talk in the technology space these days about wearable technology, or “wearables” as they’re most often called. Google initiated the discussion with the Glass product they launched last year, and a multitude of vendors have signed onto the Android Wear initiative for developing watches, our as Google puts it, connecting “your phone to your wrist.” Even Apple’s latest quarterly report had analysts abuzz when CEO Tim Cook hinted at a busy fall lineup, which many took as an indication that an Apple iWatch is on the horizon.
It begs the question: as a real estate professional, should I be investing in wearables?
I normally don’t review or recommend paid apps, but this month I’m going to make an exception by taking a look at FloodMap Mobile by Atkins North America. The app is available for both iPhone and Android devices, and it can be downloaded for one-time fee of $1.99, which is very reasonable given the functionality. In fact, I’d consider it an essential app for any agent or real estate professional.
One of the things I like doing at the beginning of each year is forecasting what events are likely to happen in the upcoming year. For 2014, I forecasted 10 events that I felt would shape the mobile market. Here’s the mid-year update of how I’m doing with my prognostications for the year.
If you’re in the market for a smartphone, there are effectively two types of devices you should consider – an iPhone or an Android device. I’ve reorganized the buying guide a bit this month to provide recommendations depending on which device type you are looking for.
Th guide has plenty of suggestions for those looking at Android devices, while the recommendation for the iPhone is simple – DON’T. The iPhone 6 is expected to be out by the end of September, which is close enough that you are better off waiting rather than buying the current generation.
Check out the guide for all the latest iPhone rumors and to see our Android device recommendations.
After Apple’s WWDC at the beginning of June, it was Google’s turn to announce all of their new roadmap features at the Google I/O conference at the end of the month. Unlike Apple’s event, where there was a heavy focus on iOS 8, Google focused more broadly on the ecosystem being developed around Android. Here’s an overview of what they presented.
If your wrapping your Sencha Touch application in PhoneGap/Cordova using Sencha Cmd to automate the tasks here are some tips for when the process does not go smoothly. First off since your starting with an existing Sencha Touch application you initialize the project for PhoneGap with this Sencha Cmd syntax: sencha phonegap init App-Id App-Name […]