We've written 12 articles about android

Introducing the All-New Percolate Mobile App

We are excited to announce that the entirely redesigned Percolate Mobile app is now available for download in the App Store and on Google Play. Read More

How to Communicate With the World’s New Mobile Customer

A version of this article originally appeared in the Harvard Business Review. When globalization gathered momentum among multinational businesses in the 1980s and 1990s, the mantra “think global, act local” was embraced by marketing executives looking for a system to align brand strategy with local market implementation. Read More

Percolate Announces Second Open Source Android Development Library

Percolate is happy to announce its second open source Android library, Foam. In October 2014, we brought you Caffeine, a utility library meant to help speed up Android application development. Read More

My 7 Trends to Watch in 2014: How Did I Do?

It’s always fun to pick your head up, look around, and take a stance on what the future holds. Read More

Introducing Caffeine: an Open Source Library to Speed Up Android Development

Every software company relies heavily on open source software, and at Percolate, we try to give back to that community by sharing our own code with the world. Read More

Percolate for Android & iOS: Wallpapers Inspired by Material Design & Textile Patterns

Our philosophy at Percolate is that enterprise software needs to go beyond the desktop and be fully accessible via mobile devices. Read More

The New Reality for CMOs: Marketing is a Massive but Fragmented Landscape

This article first appeared on iMedia Connection. At this year’s Google I/O, SVP Sundar Pichai got on stage to announce that Android had over one billion monthly active users and that they’re shipping 315 million new smartphones each quarter. Read More

What Google I/O Means for Marketers in 2014 and Beyond

SPOTLIGHT ON TRANSITION: This post is part of a series of insights into the ways technology is reshaping marketing, the enterprise, and the world. Read More

11 Non-Obvious Android Apps for iPhone Users Switching Over

Switching from one smartphone ecosystem to another is a big deal. It’s like the digital version of moving into a new home in a new neighborhood. Read More

Capturing Your Brand’s Best Moments: Photographer on Android

Our latest milestone on the road to enabling better content across every device is the exciting launch of Percolate Photographer for Android. Read More

The Future of Google Lies in G+Droid

Google is an amazing company. Beyond all the obvious stuff (world’s best search engine, self-driving cars, crazy computer glasses), Android has been the thing that’s been capturing my mind the most lately. Read More

Android and Intents

I’ve been an iPhone user since 3G (I stuck with Blackberry through the metal-backed one). Read More