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May 2014

PhoneOnMap - Mobile Phone Tracking System

by hapatchan
PhoneOnMap enables you to locate and track a cell phone on the map. Mobile Phone Tracking System

Phones are giving away your location, regardless of your privacy settings - Quartz

by gregg
Sensors in your phone that collect seemingly harmless data could leave you vulnerable to cyber attack, according to new research. And saying no to apps that ask for your location is not enough to prevent the tracking of your device.

EverythingMe | The Perfect Phone. Every Time.

by sbrothier & 1 other
Imagine a phone that delivers exactly what you need, right when you need it.

App Links - Link to what you want, wherever you are.

by srcmax
Right now, linking on mobile is a lot more frustrating and complicated than it is on the web. There isn’t an easy, consistent way to control what happens when someone clicks on your content in mobile, which makes it difficult to provide the best experience for your users.

April 2014

Density Converter

by emmanuelc & 1 other
Density Converter by Jeff Broderick

Motion Ui Design Principles — Beyond Kinetic

by sbrothier
This blog is a quick look at some simple Ui motion design principles.  There isn’t too much documented about this area of mobile ui design and I thought there would be some value in expressing my views.   From what is documented already I urge anyone interested in ui motion to check out Pasquale D’Silva http://psql.me/ and Johannes Tonollo’s meaningful transitions http://www.ui-transitions.com/#home.  

Postmodern computing |

by sbrothier (via)
There are 7.1 billion people on Earth. Coincidentally there are also 7 billion mobile connections.  Those connections are held by 3.45 billion unique mobile subscribers.[1] Unsurprisingly, the largest national mobile markets (by number of subscriptions) correspond closely to the most populous nations.

March 2014

Anki DRIVE: TIME® Best Invention. Real World Battle Racing Game.

by sbrothier
New Smart Toy Brings Video Gameplay to Your Living Room Rug"

The Revolution in Interactive Storytelling Has Arrived, and Surprise, Google Is Behind It | Cartoon Brew

by sbrothier
Last week, Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects group released the second animated short, Buggy Night, in its Spotlight Stories, a series of interactive mobile-specific animated films available on Moto X phones. Like the first film in the series, Windy Day, which debuted last October, the new short relies on spatial awareness and the sensory inputs of a mobile device to create a distinctive storytelling experience.

Google Spotlight Stories

by sbrothier
We love stories. We love technology. And we love creating where those two things come together. From that, we made a new storytelling canvas especially for mobile and then partnered with world-class creative talent to make Google Spotlight Stories. We can’t wait to see what happens on our storytelling journey: what we’ll learn, who we’ll meet, where we’ll go. But most of all, we hope it makes you smile.

The minimal-ui meta tag in iOS 7.1 | Adventures (in code)

by srcmax
iOS7 brings us yet another meta tag to use – minimal-ui. You might be able to guess what it does – it hides the majority of the browser chrome when you load, much like when you scroll:

Stripe: Checkout

by sbrothier & 1 other
CheckoutThe best payment flow, on web and mobile.

AppGyver

by srcmax
PhoneGap apps didn’t feel native. That’s why we built Steroids.

Ruggedizing Mobile Applications | Mutually Human

by Spone
Improving user experience in unpredictable circumstances.