Official company blog where we discuss the business of app development, as well as give you a behind-the-scenes look at the Jed Mahonis Group.

When to Call It Quits: How to Shut Down a Mobile App

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on September 18, 2018
Closed coming soon door 4291 All things in life come to an end, and mobile apps are no exception. Learn how to properly shut down a mobile app project, including taking care of your customers and team, salvaging value from intellectual property, pulling the plug on the tech, and reflecting on the lessons learned.

Solving the Chicken and Egg Problem with On-Demand Mobile Apps

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on April 24, 2018
104442 How do you get that perfect balance of customers and service providers in your on-demand app? We'll discuss 7 possible solutions that you can apply to your mobile app in order to grow sustainably.

10 Technologies To Watch Out For In 2018

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on December 08, 2017
Pexels photo 534031 We explore what 2018 will bring for technologies like blockchain, machine learning, virtual reality, self-driving cars, and more. Predicting the future may be a fool's errand... but what the heck, it's fun to do, so let's give it a shot!

Corner/Edge Cases in Mobile App Development

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on October 30, 2017
Pexels photo 215582 Corner cases and edge cases are among the most common bugs in mobile apps. Learn how to combat these issues when designing your app!

App Store Review Guideline Gotchas 2017

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on August 28, 2017
Pexels survey opinion research voting fill 159353 Getting rejected from Apple's App Review can be an embarrassing and costly situation. In this post, we'll give you some of the obscure rules of the App Store, reasons why Apple may reject your app, and takeaways to help make sure your app doesn't get rejected.

Mobile App Development Glossary

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on May 24, 2017
The leeds library by michael d beckwith Software development is full of complex jargon and annoying acronyms. We want to make software approachable to everybody, so in this post, we provide simple explanations to these complex concepts.

Which features make an app expensive to develop?

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on March 13, 2017
Pexels photo 251287 Some "easy" mobile app features are anything but simple to build. In this article, we explain several features which can increase the development cost of your app, as well as how to keep those costs low.

Bluetooth Beacons: What are they, and why should I use them in my app?

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on January 10, 2017
Beacon Bluetooth beacons allow an app to make choices based on your user's physical location. This article explains this complex technology in laymen's terms so you can incorporate them in your app.

Developing Apps for Equity: A Checklist

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on November 16, 2016
Developing apps on an equity basis image As an old advisor once told us: you can't eat equity. Learn the stringent process we follow for deciding whether to work on a mobile app project in exchange for equity.

How can my app compete with a bigger company?

by Tim Bornholdt · Published on October 05, 2016
Chess It can be intimidating to compete with a big company. Here are a few tips for leveling the playing field.