Your cloud doesn’t sleep – even when you’re not in the office. To make it easier to manage your cloud on the go, we’ve added some seriously powerful monitoring information to the Rackspace Mobile App for iOS and Android devices. A quick trip to the App Store or Google Play Store for the updated app will give you mobile access to a host of new features that bring you instant information about how your cloud is performing. Once limited to your desktop, we’ve brought some seriously powerful monitoring information to mobile devices, allowing you to stay informed on to go.
It’s an anytime, anywhere world – and you should be able to easily manage your Rackspace Cloud on the go. To help you do that, we’ve refreshed and retooled our Rackspace mobile app for Android. Now you can create and manage first and next generation Cloud Servers wherever you are from your Android-powered smartphone.
So you’ve designed an amazing app and you’re ready to launch it on the Android and iOS markets. However with over 750,000 apps in each market, having an app with pristine code and a great user interface may not be enough. The market is crowded. So to stand out, you may have to do a little old fashioned marketing, and it starts before you even launch your app.
Since the start of native app development on Android and iOS, there has been a blazing debate as to which IDE is better. And if you’re new to the development scene, you may be trying to decide which IDE you should learn and use to develop. Or perhaps you’re already a developer for one and you’d like to expand into the other. Regardless, there are a few things to consider before you begin your adventure.
Today we’re happy to announce an exciting new update to the Rackspace Android app. While myself and the mobile team have been fully dedicated to building the next big update to our iOS app, we have not neglected the Android app. Adam Menz, a summer intern from the University of Texas, has stepped up to make the Android app better.