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Near Field Communications (NFC) is set to change our culture! NFC will change how we pay, how we find stuff and how we enter secure spaces. It’s in our mobile devices so anyone can use it just by sliding our device over a tag. NFC is that new technology that enables your smartphone or tablet apps to read NFC Tags and interact with other NFC enabled devices with a simple tap.

You may already be using NFC in your Android phone to make credit card payments, download product info from store shelves, navigate your way in a tradeshow or open your office door.

Many new Android devices have NFC support built-in, and it is heavily rumored that Apple will add NFC support for it’s next version of iPhones and iPads.

ViziApps now supports NFC for its hybrid mobile apps running on Android devices, and we’ll add iOS NFC support when Apple adds NFC in those devices. Mobile NFC can open whole new possibilities for the user experience and interaction with the physical environment in your ViziApps apps. It opens up a host of opportunities for potentially every app user with an NFC-enabled mobile phone. Here’s a small sample of Mobile NFC use-cases:

  • eWallet and mobile commerce transactions
  • Trade Show exhibit floor navigation
  • Retail mobile-to-shelf promotions and loyalty programs
  • Product inventory and replacement parts tracking
  • Field Service equipment and location tracking
  • Marketing and Social Media campaigns
  • Secure access to facilities

Here’s how it works. ViziApps gives you 3 options for NFC Tag responses:

  • Tag Info: Displays the NFC Tag info in a webpage popup. This is useful for testing NFC tags when developing your app.
  • Display Payload: Displays the website from the URL in the payload of the Tag.
  • NFC Callback: Passes the tag info to a JavaScript function you create for your app.

App Design Property to Set NFC in your App

To enable NFC support in your hybrid app, just go to App Properties, and select “Set Near Field Communications”. Then select the type of action you want when an NFC tag is read and save your selection. When your app runs, your selected action will happen as you slide your mobile device over a tag.

Example popup of a web page based on reading an NFC tag

The Boston Business Journal named ViziApps as one of the Top 20 Largest Mobile Startups in Massachusetts. ViziApps joined the ranks of Mobiquity, uTest, Fiksu, Apperian, and Kinvey in this recognition of our growth by New England’s premier business journal.

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The ability to publish and manage mobile business apps for private use can open major opportunities for engaging employees, partners, or customers. Now ViziApps will let users combine the ability of making their company data mobile with easy app publishing and management through Apperian’s App Publishing and Management platform.

ViziApps is partnering with Apperian, Inc., the enterprise mobile application management (MAM) pioneer, to enable ViziApps users to publish their apps directly with Apperian’s MAM platform and their own enterprise app store. Apps enabled by Apperian are easier to distribute, monitor, and manage for employee, partner, and customer users. ViziApps enterprise users will soon enjoy a number of benefits building their mobile apps, including:

  • 1-Click app publishing and seamless integration with Apperian’s “enterprise app store” platform that hundreds of enterprises are already using today
  • Access to rich mobile app management capabilities to manage and track app updates, apply security policies, manage testing, and track user feedback
  • Increased exposure for published apps to drive faster user adoption and higher ROI
  • Integrated app signing to sign or re-sign iOS and Android apps for full enterprise distribution, or update existing apps with new credentials
  • User feedback capabilities that will let users post comments, ideas and report bugs quickly and easily xgeneve

Apperian is the leading provider of mobile application management (MAM) technology. The company’s EASE platform delivers enterprise mobility services that enable many of the world’s largest corporations to securely manage the full lifecycle of mobile apps. To learn more about Apperian App Publishing and Apperian’s EASE platform, go to: www.apperian.com.

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Despite all the conveniences smartphones provide, users still have concerns about the security of the messages and files they exchange with their mobile devices.

Now Carnegie Mellon University CyLab researchers have come up with a smartphone app designed to help mobile phone users retrieve information from trusted sources safely and privately.

The problem they are tackling is one mobile device users face every day: how to safely “sling information” over the Internet. The researchers say that their app, dubbed SafeSlinger, establishes a secure channel that enables both secure messaging and file exchange.

If SafeSlinger users keep their passphrases private, only they and the parties meant to receive their messages will be able to read them.

“SafeSlinger provides you with the confidence that the person you are communicating with is actually the person they have represented themselves to be,” Michael W. Farb, a CyLab research programmer, said. “Perhaps the most impressive feature is that SafeSlinger provides secure communications and file transfer even if the servers involved are tainted with malware.” Есть такие люди, которых сильно возбуждают именно старухи в сексе. Много порнухи с такими зрелыми бабами мы собрали на одном сайте, куда вы можете с легкостью зайти и посмотреть самое качественное порно со старухами . Просто переходите по ссылке и кайфуйте от того, как бабули делают минет мужчинам, а потом они в разных позах отдаются партнерам во все свои дырки, которые очень часто бывают даже волосатыми.

SafeSlinger is free for Android 2.1 and iOS 5.0 devices. The developers hope SafeSlinger will be widely adopted and that the app will someday “provide usable and secure communication for the masses.”

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