Tag Archives: development

Nokia’s reluctance to do call management justice

Nokia is working on an app that will help Windows Phone users block calls and SMS messages. Called Call+SMS filter, it offers somewhat limited but useful functionality, which will sound quite familiar to those of you who were fans of our call and SMS management applications back in the days of Symbian and Nokia. Considering […]

Project management for the first time (Part II)

I’d like to begin on a happy note, so here it is, our gift for the holiday season: as of today, you can get our Classic Christmas Cards for Android completely free on Google Play. We invite you to download them and send them to aaaall the people you like, love or would like to […]

Project management for the first time

Stuck between process and disorder Almost a year ago, a bunch of us here at Melon became very keen on the idea to create a content-based series of apps. We went through several ideas about what our app should exactly offer, but ultimately we chose to make an app for greeting cards with a photo […]

Publishing a major update – the story of GPS Voice Navigation v4.00

“At a rate of 30 million a day, downloading apps is a popular hobby among consumers.” Businessnewsdaily Apps are what make your smartphone really smart. And today you will find an app for just about anything. Whether you want to kill some time, book a flight, get the latest news, or connect with others like […]

Tips & Tricks: Application Upload Checklists

Dear developers, Today we are giving you a hand, helping you to remember all important details you need to know before you get started uploading an application to any of the app stores. Below are our handy checklists that figure out for you all the needed information for Windows Phone Store, Apple App Store, Google […]

Developing for Windows Phone: the sunny side

Last week Petar told the story of our rocky experience with publishing on the Windows Phone Store. While it is still unclear how exactly Microsoft manifest their alleged effort to attract developers towards their mobile platform, we are pretty clear about why we are doing it. And this post is devoted to the sunny side […]