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Google Brings Chrome Dev Channel to Android

Google today brought Chrome's Dev channel to the Android platform. Previously available only to desktops, Dev channel for Android will let developers test the newest — and least stable — versions of Chrome long before they reach consumer devices.

The Curse of Knowledge: How It Impacts You, and What to Do About It

If you’re responsible for introducing customers to a company or a product for the first time, there’s something you need to watch out for. It’s called the curse of knowledge, and it can affect anyone who creates brand messaging, website … Read More


A few weeks back, Doc posted a mysterious message to our support list, saying that blank headlines were showing up in his outline, and wanted to know if we knew what the problem was. This is the kind of "bug report" that makes programming for users so frustrating. Show More Summary

Ayboll Review: Monetize Your Blog with Native Advertising

Finding the best monetization for your blog is never easy. In fact, finding any monetization at all is a problem for many bloggers around the world — especially those in countries that might not have access to affiliate networks, Paypal or even Google Adsense. Show More Summary

Daily API RoundUp: Geobytes, Twilio Go Library

Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.

Can You Engage Users With A Single Page Design?

Design trends play an important role in user experience. Recently, we looked into parallax scrolling to see if, despite many designers’ disdain for the trend, users found the design engaging. A common theme that arose from the study was that … Read More

What Does It Mean to Be a Showrunner?

So … what exactly is a “showrunner” anyway? And what does it take to be a successful one? The Showrunner hosts Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor define the term and explain what separates successful Showrunners from all the rest. In this episode of The Showrunner, hosts Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor discuss: What essential lesson Read More... Show More Summary

Moving Averages and the iPad

Loved this post from Dr. Drang, on how to accurately visualize the declining trend in iPad sales: There are myriad other ways to smooth a graph without switching to cumulative figures. One of the simplest is the moving average. In this echnique,...Show More Summary

5 Cool Android Camera Tricks with Camera360 Ultimate

What’s your preferred Android camera app? Perhaps you’re a fan of the stock camera, or maybe you migrated to the new Google Camera when you upgraded to Android 5.0 Lollipop (or use it on an older device). You might even use Instagram or Snapchat as your main camera app. Show More Summary

Passion Projects, Clarity, and the Evolution of No Sidebar

As an online entrepreneur, No Sidebar host Brian Gardner is learning just how crucial being agile is to running a successful business. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being involved in a personal project — especially when you’re passionate about it — but continually keeping your audience in mind is always a good thing. Show More Summary

Wrist Tattoos Interfere With Apple Watch Sensors

Serenity Caldwell, writing for iMore: Recently, we’ve been hearing reports from Twitter and Reddit that he Apple Watch’s plethysmograph sensor plays not-so-nicely with wrist or arm sleeve tattoos. The ink pigmentation interferes with he...Show More Summary

Introducing UserTesting Tip Sheets

We’re excited to share a brand-new resource on the UserTesting Resource Center: Tip Sheets! These resources are here to help you run the most effective user tests and get the most helpful feedback. That way, you can focus on optimizing … Read More

Mobile-Only Internet Users Surpass Desktop-Only Users For First Time Ever by @mattsouthern

ComScore reports that, for the first time ever, the amount users who use the internet exclusively on mobile devices has exceeded the amount of users who exclusively use desktop devices. However, it’s important to note that this does not mean the the internet is being accessed more frequently on mobile overall. Show More Summary

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