Rubicon Technology Partners was founded by Steve Wozniak and John Carmack to provide a cloud-based platform for developers to create, build and release applications for smartphones, tablets and laptops using the Rubicon framework (a framework for building cross-platform mobile applications).
I should have known better than to think that developers would be interested in our platform because it seems to be only interested in phone makers. If you think developers like iPhone apps, you’re probably thinking of the iPhone developers, which is a pretty small group. But, you gotta admit the Rubicon platform can be a nice little stepping stone for devs who want to get into the mobile space.
One of the key players in the Rubicon technology space is Rubicon, an initiative by Nokia. It lets you build iOS and Android apps that run on your phone or tablet. The rubicon framework has a handful of features that you may not be sure about at first, but the way that these features work is that they allow developers to build “mobile apps” that run on their phone or tablet.
In their own words, rubicon makes it easier for developers to go mobile. Most of the core features of rubicon are already present in iOS and Android apps. The biggest challenge is making it easy for developers to distribute and monetize their apps through rubicon. To get people to use your apps, you need to make it easy for them to download your app, install it on their phone, and use it.
When you think about it, Rubicon is really the best app platform out there. There’s no doubt it’s easier to use for developers and for consumers to interact with. If you have a great app that you just want to release to the masses, it comes down to making it easy for consumers to get your app and use it.
Rubicon is a great solution that does that. They partner with developers to distribute and monetize their apps. As such, it’s really one of those little apps that really does all the right things for the mobile ecosystem. But, and this is a big but, as with many apps, it is still pretty niche. So, when people are looking at Rubicon, they’re looking at the small niche of apps that are very specialized.
Rubicon is a mobile app that uses your smartphone as a virtual keyboard. The idea is that you put your phone on the table, and then a computer takes over and makes the words on the screen look real. You then just tap on them and they appear. I think this is awesome.
The app is still in alpha. You may have to sign up for Google Play or just wait for it to be available. There are currently three different ways for you to use the app. The first is to put your phone on the table and then the computer takes over and displays the letters so you can tap on them. The second way is to have the computer make the letters appear on the screen. The third way is a combination of the first and second.
The biggest problem I’ve seen with this app is that it doesn’t work very well! I can’t find the letters I need to tap on and the letters I tap on don’t appear. There are a lot of other issues, too. If the letters are too small you have to tap on the letters you want to select, if there are too many letters you have to scroll down, and the letters you want to select can’t be larger than the letters you’re looking at.
I can see why there isn’t a more intuitive way, the app does work well enough, but it comes across too mechanical. I find that it feels like there should be a little more intelligence built into the app, like there should be a little more interaction between the letters being selected and the letters being tapped.