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On behalf of RTL interactive, Netbiscuits, a software platform for the development, operation and monetization of mobile Web sites and apps, has developed an iPhone app for RTL Television, Germany’s most successful private television station. Netbiscuits developed the app in the form of a hybrid application: a combination of Web site and app that employs the latest HTML5 technologies as well as the native functions of the iPhone. The new RTL iPhone app is now available for download from Apples German App Store and can be used for free for a period of 30 days. After this period, a service fee of 1.59 € per month is charged. With regard to content, the new iPhone app utilizes RTL’s mobile portfolio with all of its various functions and offers, such as video clips and live content, in order to enable RTL program highlights to be viewed in an impressive and dynamic man... (more)

Netbiscuits Announces Partnership with IT Solutions Provider Dibon

Netbiscuits, a cloud software service for cross-platform development and publishing of mobile websites and apps, on Wednesday announced a solution and reseller partnership with Dibon Software Solutions Pvt Ltd, the Indian branch of Dibon Inc., an American-Indian end to end IT solutions provider. Based on this agreement, Dibon will distribute Netbiscuits’ software service platform in India. In addition, Dibon will leverage Netbiscuits’ technology to offer mobile web solutions to their customers. One of the first projects that Dibon implemented using the Netbiscuits cloud software... (more)

eBay Launches Mobile Web Experience for Smart Phones Based on Netbiscuits

eBay, the world's largest online marketplace, has launched the new version of its mobile site. Optimized for smart phones the new site enables rich user experiences and provides new features allowing customers to buy and sell more conveniently via eBay on the go. The new eBay mobile site is based on Netbiscuits, the world's leading software service for cross-platform development, operation and management of mobile sites and apps. Built in partnership with Netbiscuits, the new eBay mobile site gives users access to many features they've already used online. It allows buyers to br... (more)

Netbiscuits Extends Development Framework with HTML5+

Netbiscuits, a provider of cloud software service for cross-platform development, publishing and monetization of mobile sites and apps, on Tuesday announced the "HTML5+" extension of its Rich UI Development Framework. A set of new rich user interface components allows Netbiscuits' developers to create the most advanced user experiences for mobile web applications using the latest in HTML5 technology. The extended feature set enables auto-location via GPS (Location Biscuit), animated tickers (Ticker Biscuit) and more advanced image and video galleries (Gallery Biscuit). In additi... (more)

Netbiscuits Reveals HTML5 Capabilities of Top Mobile Devices

Netbiscuits, a provider of cloud software service for cross-platform development, publishing and monetization of mobile sites and apps, has published a new edition of their free “Mobile Web Metrics Report”. The document provides up-to-date information on the HTML5 capabilities of top devices in the USA, the UK, Germany, Malaysia and Australia. In addition, the report contains data on the market share of relevant smartphone operating systems on a global, regional and per-market basis and sheds some light on the ratio between dominating versus Long Tail devices on all levels. The ... (more)