Episode 33 of the OMPodcast is now available for download from – iTunesdirect feed, Stitcher or direct download.

In this special episode, Pete Talbot (Visual Design Lead) and Keith Smyth (Android Team Lead) are joined by Mica Huynh (iOS Developer) and a very special guest return appearance of Kent Humphries (former iOS Team Lead) to discuss the most interesting mobile tech of 2014. The panel share their favourite apps, favourite games and thoughts on what to watch out for in 2015. From Google Cardboard to wearables, the Apple Watch and Apple Pay, this episode will bring you up to speed on all things mobile.

From the team at the OMPodcast, happy holidays! We wish you a safe and joyful festive season. See you in 2015!

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Episode 32 of the OMPodcast is now available for download from – iTunesdirect feed, or direct download.

Inspired by Benedict Evans’ recent presentation, Mobile is Eating the World, this week’s podcast is all about why mobile is important and how a mobile strategy is essential to business success. Keith Smyth (Android Team Lead) is joined by Danny Gorog (Director/Founder), Peter Collins (UX & Visual Design Manager) and myself, Lucia Vuong (Marketing Manager), to talk about setting the right goals, choosing your audience and technology platform, and planning for the long run.

This is also our final episode for the year. Thanks to everyone who’s been listening to Season 1, it’s been a fun and rewarding experience. We’re very excited about the new year and bringing you even more insights about the mobile industry.

Look out for our end of year wrap with predictions for 2015, due to be released mid-December.


Episode 31 of the OMPodcast is now available from – iTunesdirect feed, or direct download.

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow, the OMPodcast crew have started to wonder: Are smart things really that smart? Or do they add complications to our already busy lives? Pete Talbot (Visual Design Lead) and Keith Smyth (Android Team Lead) are joined by Oculus Rift owners Jerram Watters (Middleware Developer) and Andrew Besselink (iOS Developer) to ponder these exact questions.

Jerram and Andrew first take us on a detailed tour through the lens of the Oculus Rift, before delving into the depths of ‘smart’ things. With everything becoming ‘smart’, from’ bicycle handlebars to fridges, light switches, locks, and so much more, what are the security implications? What are the actual use cases? Do they make sense? How do we go from here to where we need to be in a truly connected world of smart things like in The Jetsons?

Listen in and find out!