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Posted by at 7 August , 2015

Weekend Reading

Outspoken Investor Chris Sacca Backs Jack Dorsey As Next Twitter CEO

As Twitter marches closer to selecting its next CEO, outspoken early investor in the company Chris Sacca has made his personal choice known.

In a multi-part tweet storm, Sacca backs up his reasoning for wanting Dorsey back in the saddle. First and foremost is his product vision. Twitter’s previous CEO, Dick Costolo, stepped down in July after announcing his departure in June.

Why do so many people love Material Design?

I have been reading and studying about Material Design for some time. I haven’t done a design or development following the guideline, so probably you’re wondering how I write about it, well… I’m actually familiar with it.

 

 

Two Charts That Prove Why Amazon Is Now Worth More Than Walmart

After their last earnings report, Amazon surpassed Walmart’s market valuation.  Despite the obvious fact that one company is focused on offline while the other is largely online, the two businesses are remarkably similar.  Let’s take a deeper look to understand the uncanny similarities.

 

Designing Custom Images For Your Online Content, Faster!

Visual elements are a huge part of online publishing. Whether you are creating social media updates, blog posts, eBooks or slide decks on SlideShare, if your post contains images, then you’ll get exponentially better engagement.

 


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Posted by at 3 August , 2015

I recently stumbled upon a couple interesting articles on Medium on how niche messaging apps are currently flooding the market. This made me wonder about how our own recent efforts to introduce PicsCast a private picture app fits into this whole ecosystem.

Screenshot of iPhone Messaging Apps

Let’s face it this is a tough market to tackle. Your are fighting with a lot competitors in this space. You have a whole slew of use cases, all focused on the single goal of a dominant communication platform. Everyone’s heard of Slack’s meteoric rise to the top of the B2B internal messaging ecosystem unseating such popular work messaging systems such as Microsoft Lync, Skype, Hangouts, Facebook Messenger for Business, etc. The underlying theme is users are craving away to with each other in the simplest way possible and it all starts with sending a message. This means removing complex and unproductive user interfaces and growing as mobile first products.

So Why Does it Matter?

Good question! Messaging as a platform is here to stay. I wouldn’t be surprised if many companies start to move in this direction to create more integrated ecosystems that begin with the chat experience. The need to communicate and show your life to others is a basic human need. That’s why you see so many people glued to their phones. The need to connect is there and these platforms provide the instant ability connect with others regardless of what the platform the content is delivered on.

Messaging is becoming its own operating system.

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Posted by at 14 August , 2014

App Updates for all Virtual Browser Products: Virtual Browser for Chrome, Virtual Browser for Firefox and Private Anonymous Browser for iPad and iPhone.

 

Santa Barbara, CA — Xform Computing Inc., a leader in open-source based cloud-streaming apps for mobile devices, is excited to announce an update to our existing lineup of iOS apps. This app update (Versions 2.0.7, 2.0.5 and 1.0.3) fixes a bug issue that was prompting many users to “Recover” their premium accounts even if they had already upgraded. If a user choose the yes option to recover they could get stuck in a loop or they would be prompted to “Recover” again if they closed the application out.

This newest update fixes that bug issue for all Virtual Browser products and will allow users to continue to seamlessly use the Premium features with an updated in-app purchase model.

All our Virtual Browser products run Flash, Java as well as the ability to use Firefox Add-Ons (Virtual Browser for Firefox only) Chrome web apps and Extensions with both our Virtual Chrome and Private Anonymous Browser apps. Private Anonymous Browser runs in a private incognito tab that securely protects your privacy and data. All mobile sessions are SSH encrypted end to end.

Virtual Browser for Firefox ranks #3 (Appfigures.com data August 14, 2014) in paid Business apps and is the only app to run the real Mozilla Firefox browser with “desktop class” features like Java, Flash, Firefox Add-Ons, Extension and much more.

Virtual Browser for Chrome ranks #20 in the Utilities category on the AppStore with it also in the top 25 for Top Grossing apps in that category (Appfigures.com data on August 14, 2014).

About Xform Computing

Xform delivers the power of cloud-hosted desktops and applications to iPad, iPhone and Android phones and tablets. Xform has Cloud clusters deployed in the US and Europe, with more to be announced in 2014. With over 1.5 million virtual desktops created and streamed to customer’s PC’s and mobile devices, Xform Computing’s apps include Virtual Browser for Firefox, Virtual Browser for Chrome, Private Anonymous Browser and AlwaysOnPC. The apps are sold in the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon Apps, and other marketplaces.

Learn more at http://www.xformcomputing.com

Contact:

Kroum Antov

Chief Executive Officer

Xform Computing, Inc.

kroum@xfromcomputing.com

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