Cloud accounting software provider Xero has opened the Xero App Store where users can find, buy and connect Xero-compatible apps.
App developers need "fair and reasonable terms" when dealing with app stores and "better processes" for the approval of apps to help address the consequences of Google and Apple’s power in the app market, according to a new ACCC report.
Australia’s competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, says it is keeping a close watch on global anti-trust efforts focusing on major digital platforms, including the US Department of Justice’s recent case against Google and proposed new competition laws in Europe.
A judge in the US has blocked the government from implementing a decision to make it mandatory for Apple and Google to remove the WeChat application from their respective app stores.
Symantec reports the Android.Bankosy financial Trojan malware can now steal passwords from voice call-based two-factor authentication.
Service management vendor ServiceNow has introduced the ServiceNow Store as a way of distributing paid and free applications and integrations for the ServiceNow platform, and inaugurated a new program to foster the company's development community.
Unsuspecting mobile device users are being targeted by the Xsser mobile remote access Trojan (mRAT), with attackers, described as “malicious actors”, tricking users into downloading unverified apps.
Telstra is having a second shot at running an app store with the launch of Telstra Apps Marketplace.
A US-based company thinks a heavily curated store can save consumers from mobile malware - but why should we trust it?
Oracle has launched its Cloud Marketplace with an initial selection of more than 100 business applications developed by Oracle partners.
The Citrix Worx App Gallery for managed enterprise mobile apps has opened its doors, but the walls aren't as full has the company had hoped with around half the apps still to complete the verification process.
Time flies when you're enjoying yourself. Apple's App Store is celebrating its fifth anniversary and - if you'll excuse the cliche - we get the presents.
Fully 25% of all large enterprises will have an enterprise app store by 2017 for managing corporate-sanctioned apps on PCs and mobile devices.
Just a month after the Windows Store opened it contained almost 50% more applications than the longer-established Mac App Store.
A raft of new features and products is Symantec's response to the increasing adoption of BYOD policies and the growing popularity of Android devices.
Amazon's AWS Marketplace makes it as easy to rent software for use in the Amazon Web Services cloud as it is to buy an app for a smartphone.
More than 40 carriers around the world - including one in Australia - allow their customers to charge BlackBerry App World purchases to their mobile accounts.
Google has revamped the Android Market client (what you see on your phone) billing it as "a complete redesign'¦to better showcase top apps and games, engage users with an improved UI, and provide a quicker path to downloading or purchasing products."
A significant milestone was passed last month in the battle for the hearts and minds of smartphone users: the number of free Android apps surpassed the number of free Apple iPhone apps.
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