Weekly recap: Must-have Android apps, new HTML5 tags, and more…

EducationEvery week, I share the most interesting and useful tech articles that I’ve found over the past week. This week’s top articles focus on popular Android apps, important HTML5 tags, the best cities for IT jobs, and more. I hope you find them useful:

What “design for mobile first” really means
Mobile engagement is more than building apps. It’s about helping your customers and employees accomplish their goals in their moment of need. Maybe they’re sitting at their computer, or maybe they’re sitting in their car using their smartphone. They should be able to access your applications regardless. Here’s a nice article that goes into more detail on this subject.

15 must-have Android apps
With over 400,000 apps in the Android app store, discovering new and useful apps is a challenge. The best way to find great apps: Ask other Android users which apps they love. That’s what this author did, and he came away with 15 very useful apps.

New HTML5 tags you must know about
HTML5 brings some new elements that can really improve your web applications. Here’s a nice list of several such elements, along with a brief description of each.

10 best cities for tech jobs
According to recent stats, the IT job market is improving and there’s actually a skills shortage for some job roles. If you’re wondering where all of these tech jobs are, here’s a nice list of the best U.S. cities to find tech jobs right now.

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