The craze is over. Building a mobile application is no longer the way to show you're ahead of the technology curve. Users expect commercial products to have a mobile application, as either a standalone or a companion application they can use to remotely access the main app. If your application lacks mobility, users may look elsewhere to satisfy their needs. The reality is that for some users, a mobile application is their primary method for interacting with a product. In Trevor ...

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