IMRI® Certificate Program in Mobile Apps Development (iCPMAD) Training Program

Learn IMRI®’ scientific approach to Mobile Applications Development including iphone app, android apps, blackberry applications etc.; plus get certified in Mobile Applications Development for better career and business prospects!

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Ideal for: Graduates – any stream
Duration: 1 Month (Weekly 5 days)
Schedule: One-on-One, Flexible Mode

Learn the Art & Science of Mobile Applications Development

Mobile Apps is both an art and science in developing games, utility programs, social network integration, mail and entertainment applications.. Greater the website visibility, higher the brand credibility. Now with proven, time-tested and hands-on Mobile Apps Training from IMRI experts, you can enhance your core skill sets and competencies.

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Mobile Application Training: The Mobile Application Industry

  • History of mobile application development
  • Divergence from desktop equivalents
  • Device developments and capabilities
  • Early standardised mobile platforms
  • Operator initiatives
  • Games and ringtones
  • Customer profiles
  • The iPhone effect

Mobile Application Training: Distribution Models

  • Monopoly application stores
  • Operator-hosted app stores
  • Embedded applications
  • Physical media distribution
  • Sideloading
  • Mobile application piracy

Mobile Application Training: Application Markets

  • Popular application types
  • Average revenue
  • Successful promotional strategies
  • Regional variations
  • Developing markets
  • Application demand

Mobile Application Training: Mobile-Specific capabilities

  • Security
  • Billing relationship
  • The billing relationship model
  • The third-party billing relationship
  • The forth-party billing relationship
  • Location tracking
  • Continuous operation
  • Data integration
  • Ubiquitous presence
  • Trusted relationship
  • Lifestyle integration

Mobile Application Training: Development Platforms

  • iPhone and coco
  • AJAX Development
  • Palm WebOS
  • Microsoft Windows Phone
  • Android
  • Symbian
  • Samsung’s Bada
  • Java
  • Adobe’s Flash

Mobile Application Training: Revenue Models

  • Operator billing integration
  • Third party billing
  • Forth party billing
  • Embedded advertising
  • AdMob
  • iAd
  • Applications as promotional vehicles
  • Public service applications

Mobile Application Training: Market development

  • Vertical application distribution models
  • Vertical monopolies
  • Imposition of cultural homogeneity
  • The potential for regulatory intervention
  • Operator initiatives
  • Joint Innovation Lab
  • Open Mobile Terminal Alliance
  • Customer ownership