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- What is mobile Application (App)
A mobile app is a software application developed specifically for use on small, wireless computing devices, such as smartphones and tablets, rather than desktop or laptop computers.
- What is the difference between the Mobile App and the Mobile Website?
The Mobile App is a native App that can be downloaded and installed on your compatible mobile device, while the Mobile Web Browser is a web portal that runs directly in the mobile browser on your smart phone or other mobile device. The native Mobile App and the Mobile Web Browser give you secure access to, to view your bills and your payment history, to manage your alerts and reminders, and to make payments on one or more accounts directly from your mobile device.
- Is my phone supported?
Our Mobile Website supports the following browsers:
Google Chrome on Android OS 2.2 and above
Safari on iOS 4.2 and above
Internet Explorer on Windows Phone 7
BlackBerry browser on BlackBerry OS 6 and above
- Is the Mobile App secure?
Yes. All critical information is encrypted in every transaction that is processed through the app and the Mobile Web Browser, and no personal information is stored on your mobile device. However, mobile devices do offer you the ability to store your login information for apps installed on the device. If you choose to store your login information, any person who has access to your mobile device can access your account.
- What features does the Mobile App have?
The Mobile App gives you the ability to view your bills, make secure payments directly from your mobile device, view your payment history, modify or maintain your subscriptions for alerts and reminders, and contact us via email or phone.
- How do I get the Mobile App for my phone?
Simply search Cleco in the Apple App or Google Play stores. If you cannot find our app, that likely means your phone is not supported - see the list of supported operating systems.
- Does it cost anything to use the Mobile App?
No. The Mobile App is free to download and install.
- I have multiple accounts. Can I see them all in the Mobile App and in the Mobile Website?
Yes. Once you've logged in, you'll be asked to select the account you wish to view. If you only have one account, the details for that account will show up as soon as you log in.
- How do I access account information from the Mobile App?
Simply use your MyAccount username and password to log in.
- How do I find your offices and payment locations? Do I have to log in first?
How do I find your offices and payment locations? Do I have to log in first?
- Where can I download the official Mobile app for iPhone (My Moodle)?
The Mobile app, I Moodle, can be downloaded for free from the Apple Online Storehttp://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/my-moodle/id461289000
- How can I sign up for a MyAccount?
Simply use your MyAccount username and password to log in.
- Can I make a payment on multiple accounts?
Yes. You can make a payment on each account by selecting the payment option when that specific account's detail is displayed.
- How current is the account information I see in the Mobile App?
The information you see in the Mobile App and in the Mobile Website is shown in real-time, so it's always accurate. However, if you keep the Mobile App or Mobile Website opens for an extended period of time, you should refresh the page by selecting a new option in order to ensure the information is still current.
- How do I get the official Mobile app to work for my Moodle site?
Firstly, your Moodle site must be using Moodle 2.1 or later. Secondly, mobile web services must be enabled. See Enable mobile web services for details.
- Which is better: Native or Web-based apps?
There's another option: Hybrid mobile apps combine the best parts of the Web and native app development. Still, you may encounter performance issues, and because no mobile browser fully supports HTML5, support for hybrid apps across devices can be spotty.
- How do I build a hybrid app?
You write the app as an HTML5 app and then wrap it in a native device wrapper. The HTML5 base runs inside the native app container and uses the device's browser engine -- instead of the browser -- to render and process data locally. The HTML5 base can be used for various mobile operating systems; all you have to do is re-wrap it in an OS-specific wrapper. Vendors such as Appcelerator have products that automatically generate those wrappers. Plus, hybrid mobile apps can become HTML5 mobile Web apps in the future without the need to rewrite.
- What should I consider before developing mobile apps in-house?
There are some important points to keep in mind when developing mobile apps. Figure out what users need from the apps and know what your developers are capable of building. Decide whether you'll use a bring-your-own-device model or supply users with corporate-owned devices, and determine which OSes you'll support.
You should also look into how much money developing mobile apps are going to cost your company, and see if there's already an app on the market that meets your needs. Even if the app isn't perfect, you can often modify it to accomplish what you need. Developing in-house applications are great for very specific business processes, but it can be cheaper and easier for volume purchase applications and deploy them to users. Once the app is done and deployed, listen to what users have to say about it and find ways to make it better.
- What are some key considerations for enterprise mobile application development?
Developers can do themselves a few favors by heeding the following advice before diving into enterprise mobile application development. First of all, they should ask users what they want and need from mobile apps instead of just assuming they will like certain features. Surveys, focus groups and more can go a long way to delivering mobile apps users actually enjoy.
Next, developers should establish a clear purpose for the app and integrate it into users' existing workflows. Don't make users change the way they get work done; just help them be more efficient. Developers should also avoid adding extra features just for the sake of adding extra features. Anything unnecessary will just make matters more complicated for users.
There is also an opportunity to take advantage of what mobile devices can do. For example, developers can use a mobile phone's camera to build document-scanning capabilities into an app.
- What is push notification? How it works?
Push notification is a feature to make the announcement from a given mobile app for a given device. It enables users to have a certain interest in the application in iOS and Android so that many mobile app developers consider it as a tool to reach the client. But, How it works? There are typically multiple App developer, each making one or more persistent and secure connections with Push Notification Centre. They are sending app's notification, though Push Notification Centre to thousand of devices on which their users are installed.
- What are mobile application development platforms?
There are several mobile application development platforms today and a few are added almost every week. But from the usage perspective iOS, Android, Blackberry..
- Will an App enable to sell my products?
Yes it will, with a good mobile app you can target your market directly and it will help you to develop business
- Do Mobile Apps actually have an ROI?
Yes, Mobile Apps have an actual Quantifiable ROI. The key-advantage with apps can be reached the consumer at a fun & functional manner, moving away from the traditional insensitive ways. But the key presentation metrics (KPI) need to be different from the actual sales. It needs to be measured in terms of reaching potential customers, getting a presence at the app listings, opening a communication channel with buyers along with the conventional sales paradigm.
- What is the difference between a native mobile app and other app technologies?
Native App, Mobile web app and Hybrid App is the basic concept of mobile app developers in which more than 50% mobile app developer chooses mobile native app, so what is native app and other app? Native App - It is a mobile application that is designed in a specific programming for IOS, Android. It's designed for running on one platform, and can't run in the other. Example as a game designed for iOS won't perform on Android devices. Most of mobile game / app designed is Native App.
Hybrid App - Combination of the advantage of both Native App and Web-based Appp. It's designed by standard/core makeup language.
- Which platform is the best for my mobile app (android, ios, windows)
All platforms are best put in now days android and ios are very popular it depends on you in which platform you wants to develop your app
- I already have a website do I need mobile app
Currently in the world smart phone are becomeing most popular ever singl day, thousands of people join in mobile world so there are billions are now using internet in the mobile to connect large number of people yes you need mobile app
- How many times mobile app needs to update
If you wants to include any new features or theme or any changes in future then it will ned updates
- what will it cost
we would like to see the whole picture of what you want by providing all the contents, image, direction or even any similar app you want us to refer. We would also suggest you about integrating function such as Social Networking, In-App Purchasing, Sharing and etc, so based on the basic buckets of app types, here is our offer we've found that should help set some reasonable expectations:- App development cost depends on User requirements