Articles Tagged ‘iOS’


Why Facebook is warning developers about iOS 14′s new features

New privacy options mean advertisers could be more limited in how they target via Facebook Audience Network.


Canada ranks ninth in app-making: report

The U.S. and China were responsible for the bulk of the apps created in 2017.


Canada’s prolific smartphone market skews to iOS: study

Newzoo says Canada is ahead of the global market in terms of smartphone usage, and a preference for iPhones might indicate more spending power.


Mobile OS use overtakes desktop globally, but Canada lags: study

StatCounter’s five-year reports show that Android has become the most popular operating system for internet users globally, but for Canada, desktop still boasts the highest share.


North Americans over-index on in-app purchases: study

A new report by AppsFlyer says companies should still need to use more data to keep users engaged over time.


The Globe means business this spring

Publisher and CEO Phillip Crawley on how its new iOS app will be different from La Presse+, and what’s changing in the Report on Business section.


Why the Globe is launching an Apple Watch app

The media co’s key considerations when designing the app, and how it fits into the Globe‘s overall mix of products.


Spotify available for Canadian download

The app is upping its presence in Canada, with country specific content rolling out in the coming months.


La Presse+ to launch on Android

The digital newspaper, which has been live for nearly a year on iOS, will launch on select Android tablets at the end of April.


Former MediaCom CEO launches sound-based app

Doug Checkeris tells MiC about Qwyrk, a new app that allows users to add sound effects and songs to social media updates and emails.


2012 Mobile Future in Focus: comScore study

The report states that Canadians are increasingly using mobile to access retail and commerce sites.