Welcome to our latest mobile summary of the week, covering October 2 through to October 30. Every week this time we will look at mobile software stack news, tutorials and commentaries we’ve seen online.
Blackberry App inventory shows motivating developer communities with $10,000 app bounty incentives is a poor substitute for inspiring drive from within.
Linkedin’s new multi app mobile strategy launches under a buzz of security and privacy concerns. Reminding us when it comes to ‘social as a services’ platform’s we are both the product and the customer.
@clayallsopp shares mobile trends from Facebook hosted mobile at scale mini-conf. Featuring talks by developers from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Dropbox, and Mailbox.
Mobile Card payment processor Strip officially adopts Bjørn Hansen Node.js npm module giving confidence in using
$ npm install stripe for backend payment processing.
PushBullet.com reminds us to mind or p’s and q’s (profit’s and quota’s, that is) on free-mium mobile backend services. @ryanoldenburg retrospects pushbullet’s experiencing hitting Google Cloud Messaging (GCHM) quota ceiling on launch.
Snapchat follows twitter, Instagram and Facebook with its ‘twist’ to mobile app messaging as they seek a multi-billion dollar valuation.
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