New research reveals that 84% of UAE businesses say mobile apps now a ‘must’ to remain relevant to customers.
Pocket-sized fitness: how mobile apps are revolutionising health and wellness.
The monitoring capabilities of mobile apps are becoming a concern for users, with 58 percent of UAE residents saying they are uncomfortable with sharing their location information with websites and apps.
Mohamed Darwish Al Qamzi, General Manager of The Center for Regulation of Transport by Hire Cars (Transad), told reporters he was confident Uber would resume services.
With millennials accounting for over a quarter of GCC’s population it is estimated that UAE residents in this age group will generate $40,000 average annual gross income by 2019 with almost half of them book travel through mobile devices.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that international digital P2P remittances conducted via mobile and online platforms will exceed $300 billion globally by 2021, up from an estimated $225 billion in 2018.
Etisalat has revealed that C’Me and BOTIM are now available for both iOS and Android devices following the UAE Skype ban.
The Saudi Ministry of Commerce and Investment has announced that the number of users of “Sale” app reached more than …
Amino, an app that offers a platform to create and find communities for “any interest in the world”, is …
LuLu hopes the sale will entice users to immerse themselves in online grocery shopping – redefining the brand’s presence in the region from being purely a brick-and-mortar business.