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  1. Google 'Let’s Go Caroling' Easter Egg Turns Your Smartphone Into a Holiday Karaoke Machine

    The Easter egg isn't Android specific. On your mobile browser, simply do a Google search for [let’s go caroling] and a menu will pop up allowing you to select from five different carols and turn your smartphone into an instant karaoke machine.

  2. Adobe Adds Cloud-Based Mobile Services

    Broad Platform Support: For app analytics, Adobe Mobile services supports native apps across iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, BlackBerry 10, Windows 8 and Mac OS X as well as hybrid apps created with Adobe PhoneGap and HTML5.

  3. How to Use the Browser & OS Reports in Google Analytics, Plus 15 Reasons Why

    Immediately you can look to gain more conversions by investigating and resolving any issues on Android and think about how to get more of those high converting Internet Explorer users. Deciding what platforms to develop apps for – Android usage is...

  4. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    While Android devices outnumber iOS in circulation and shipment, iOS users continue to be the most avid consumers of mobile web and app data and are likely to have a certain affinity for the Apple search tools that are preinstalled on their devices.

  5. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    Fairsearch's lead lawyer Thomas Vinje claimed that Google is using its mobile software as a "deceptive way to build advantages for key Google apps in 70 percent of the smartphones shipped today," adding that Android hardware makers have...

  6. Pros & Cons of the Top Mobile App Tracking Methods

    Pros: ODIN provides standardization with an identifier that could be used across iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile. Pros: This method is standard for all Android devices. Android Referrer is a standard method for tracking app download provided by...

  7. Google Crisis Response: From Search Engine to Information Provider

    Subsequently, Crisis Response is now built into Android Jellybean so that users will automatically receive a push notification for nearby hazards, such as a tornado warning, without the user needing to search.