Old School Runescape (OSRS) is now available on the Google Play store for Android devices as of this morning with an iOS version launching at a later date. Just a heads up though for those looking to play OSRS on mobile - you'll need a premium Jagex membership to get in (at least for now). Servers are also at capacity, so you may need to keep trying to get in. With this version of Old School Runescape, Jagex has added the following notes: Only supported Android devices can download the application: all devices with Android Lollipop (5.0) or later. EXCEPT for: Google Pixel C, and Huawei P8 Lite. There are issues with the performance of Old School RuneScape on these devices. Membership is required to be able to log in to Old School RuneScape. Players without membership will be met with the message: The Old School RuneScape Android beta requires membership to play. There is an install limit which caps the number of downloads. Access is first-come first-served, but we’ll be … [Read more...] about Old School Runescape Launches Into Beta on Mobile (Android Only)
Mobile application performance testing
Creating valuable content for your readers is one thing, getting your words across the internet requires more efforts on your end. Being a blogger on the internet is a much more complicated endeavour to begin upon than perceived in the beginning. Once you have engaging, entertaining and educational content for your readers to prey upon, finding them is another challenge in its sense. ‘Just write and they’ll come‘ doesn’t work in any sense on the internet. Your work as a blogger just begins after you have published your content. Marketing work steps right in as you are done with researching and writing your content. Skip it and you will see little to no engagement with your newly minted content, making you think about where it all went wrong. With the numerous social media and other marketing networks out there on the web, marketing on the internet now is way more complicated than the billboard and print ads that were the traditional modes of marketing in the … [Read more...] about 51 Marketing Tools For Bloggers – You Can’t Ignore Them in 2017
As we live in the multi-screen world, responsive web design is the buzz word of the decade. Websites built with responsive design techniques such as media queries, fluid grids, and flexible images are interactive, adaptive and provide a rich user experience. It is one of the most dominating forums for over a period of time. No matter how important they are, the performance issue with responsive sites stands out prominently. But with adjustments, the web designers are trying their best to come up with measures that can efficiently solve the problem. As the responsive site loads nearly all the HTML elements that are being loaded on a desktop or tablet, their performance is relatively slow. Moreover, the content including the scripts and the images are delivered all at a once in the devices where the website is viewed. This is one of the reasons for slower performance. However, the problem lies when 86% of the responsive sites deliver a page intended to use on a desktop to mobile … [Read more...] about How to Radically Increase the Performance of Responsive Website?
Native or the web is the hot topic of argument between confounded decisions makers and developers. Considering the pros and cons of evolving technologies and analyzing its substantial effect over business performance spawns countless arguments. With the entry of cross-platform app development, a new player has entered this longstanding debate. Cross platform mobile app development allows you to use a single code base whilst target multiple platforms; instead of writing native codes for each platform separately. After opting for cross-platform mobile development, you as an Entrepreneur are entitled to a reward or a prime benefit-"build once and get the app deployed on multiple platforms". Nevertheless, cross-platform apps come with a few drawbacks, they do not adopt high graphics with additional fluidity and they consume a substantial amount of memory. Startups are using cross-platform mobile app development as a tool to penetrate the market and so replacing it with the native apps. … [Read more...] about Resolving Entrepreneur’s Dilemma—Native or Cross-Platform Mobile Apps
Google may be a synonym for search, but it’s not restricted to that feature alone. If you are not a tech-savvy person then chances are that you are unaware about majority of Google’s products and services. Anyway, how many Google products and services do you use? The common answers will be Gmail, Google+, Drive, Docs, or an Image Search. But Google is well beyond that. Over 1 billion Google Search users. Over 1 billion YouTube users. Over 1 billion Gmail users. Over 1 billion Chrome users. Over 1 bilion Maps users. Over 1 billion Android users. Over 1 billion Google Play Store users. That’s the stats of Google. What are the Top 10 Google Products & Services? If you check Alexa traffic stats of Google.com then you can see that the 10 most popular Google products are Google Search, Mail, Docs, Plus, Drive, Translate, Maps, AdWords, Play Store, and Google News. However, Google is so much beyond that. Google Products & Services That I Use Here is a list of all … [Read more...] about Over 201 Google Products & Services You Probably Don’t Know