aws zocaloBack in July this year, Amazon launched its secure enterprise storage service Zocalo, along the lines of Dropbox and Box. The company announced a number of significant improvements to the service in the form of mobile enhancements. Amazon announced new mobile apps that will allow customers to access Zocalo on their iPhone or Android based smartphones, using their corporate credentials.

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mediafireMediaFire, provider of consumer online storage solutions, announced the release of MediaFire for iOS 8, our latest and greatest cloud storage application for iPhone and iPad users.

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apple watch kitApple today released a toolkit to enable developers to create apps for the upcoming Apple Watch. The SDK is called WatchKit, and will allow developers to create apps based on the company’s iOS platform to make use of the new smartwatch screen. Apple had announced its smartwatch earlier this year, with commercial launch scheduled for early next year.

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sap mobile appsAs the popularity of do-it-yourself projects increases, consumers are still challenged by at-home assembly of common items like furniture and appliances. This results in frustration for consumers and potential loss of sales for manufacturers, whose products are less likely to be recommended if the assembly process proves too difficult. To enable manufacturers and empower consumers, today SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) announced the general availability of the BILT mobile app, which provides interactive, 3D, voice-guided assembly, repair and installation instructions in an easy-to-use application for iOS and Android tablets.

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msoffice on ios & androidJust a few days after announcing a partnership with cloud based storage service Dropbox, Microsoft has finally announced that it is making its Office mobile apps free for all users. Mobile apps on iOS and Android were free to download earlier, but users needed an Office 365 subscription to edit files. Now users won’t need that.

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teamchatThere’s no shortage of enterprise messaging apps, now that smartphones and tablets have caught the fancies of corporations worldwide. But there’s always some space for more apps, better apps that can do the job. Enterprises need completely different versions of the conventional consumer-facing mobile messaging apps.

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chrome appsGoogle today announced that it is adding support for Android apps on Chromebooks. The company had announced support for Android apps back at Google I/O this year. Google said the first Android apps that can run on Chrome OS are now available to download.

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cotap appThe exponential increase in data, computing power and the availability of readily accessible analytical software has enabled organizations to leverage the benefits of integrating multiple heterogeneous data files for enterprise-level planning and decision making. In order to make desktop app and managed file transfer more efficiently in enterprise environments, Cotap, an enterprise mobile messaging service, has announced several major new features designed to improve the user experience and accessibility of relevant people, groups and files.

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comscore digital trendsMobile app usage is on a surge. According to a report by research firm ComScore, mobile app usage has crossed 51% of all the time spent on digital media. Users are now spending over 60% of their time on the Internet on mobile devices, most of which is naturally spent on apps.

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mobile webMobile web is just getting started if you have not given it enought thought yet for your business. Friends at TheBootstrappersGuide have shared an infographic according to which there will be over 788 million mobile only internet users accoutning to almost $119 billion of mobile web sales by 2015.

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