What is the blockchain? If you don't know, you should; if you do, chances are you still need some clarification on how it actually works.
March updates… Launched Festival Week-end au bord de l’eau (CH), Studio Stirling (SA) refreshment, online reservation calculator Caming Teichmann (DE). Microsite & quotation tool Lombard Insurance. Upcoming projects… Rocksteady Diamonds, Tohu Bohu Open Air Music Festival (CH), Quarrytec (SA) and Stoneridge Estate (ZM).
Your phone is full of apps, and you’re done downloading new ones — unless they’re Snapchat or Uber. The mobile app boom kicked off in July 2008, when Apple introduced the App Store. Now it is over. People are still making plenty of apps, of course. And many people are still downloading them. But the go-go growth days are gone. If you are an independent app developer or publisher, you have probably known this for a while, because you have found it very difficult to get people to download your app — the average American smartphone user downloads zero apps per month. But now even the very biggest app publishers are seeing their growth slow...