What State is Your Mobile App in?

One question, multiple answers What State is your app in? As our client, that question might mean something different to you than it does to us. For you, it may mean how close to release you are, or what your app looks like compared to your competition. When we think of State, we think of the

Our Favourite Apps – An App Review – Sleep Cycle

Favourite Mobile App Sleep Cycle Platforms available iOS & Android Sleep Cycle Features By using the phone’s accelerometer and gyroscope (which are very sensitive), the app is able to detect the tiniest motions while you sleep. At the end of the night, the app then presents you with a graph of how you slept; You can see

Expanding Horizons – an iOS 8 Review

If you have even a passing interest in mobile technology, you will certainly have read one of the innumerable iOS 8 reviews that have sprung up since that operating system’s release on September 17th. This year, Apple released what – at first glance – looks like an incremental upgrade. I won’t try and run through

Meet Our Team – Francis

How long have you worked at Push? I started at Push in August of 2011. Before that however, I was a Chad Jones’(our CEO) student in one of the early offerings of the Smartphone Programming Class at the University of Saskatchewan. Why did you become a developer? I almost didn’t! After high school I studied

Batter Up! How Apple may hit a grand slam

If you watched Apple’s Keynote address at the WorldWide Developer’s Conference earlier this month, you could be forgiven for coming away a little disappointed. Apple did not announce – as many had hoped – a new phone, a new product line, or even any updates of their current products. They did unveil OS X 10.10

What is Open Data?

CollegeMobile is proud to host a forum in Saskatoon entitled: An Open Discussion About Open Data on May 23. We’ve got a number of Saskatoon city managers coming, and are hoping that the development community will respond with insightful and constructive ideas. I’m writing this from the perspective of a developer, and I’m operating from the standpoint of