This article is going to be about improvement and innovation. There was a time when mobile phones used to come with just a black & white display and a keypad. The maximum you could do on that phone was conversing with people. Then came a time when mobile phones started coming up with timers, games, internet, and music. All these developments of mobile phones were gradual. But the year 2008 came with a disruption called the App store by Apple with just over 500 apps.
Want to make a payment to someone but don’t have a possibility to actually visit this person? Use a digital wallet app. Want to pay phone or electricity bills etc..? You have an app for that too. This shows that mobile apps have become an integral part of our life and a necessity for an enterprise. The mobile app industry has become bigger than ever before. The world has come into a 6-inch screen within the reach of two thumbs. State of Mobile Market Report 2019 by appannie.com shows the same.
The history of Mobile Apps starts back from 1983 when Steve Jobs predicted for the first time a software distribution center at a conference in Aspen. Till 2008, when App store by Apple, with just 500+ apps, was launched in July, followed by the introduction of its biggest rival Google’s Android Market in October 2008.
Smartphones are playing a huge role in the world economy now and will continue to do so in the near future. Who gets the credit for this? Governments for increasing internet penetration, or smartphone manufacturers? Or the rising young population around the world? Certainly, it is possible that all of the above are the reasons for this growth. But we cannot ignore the Mobile App Developers. No doubt, they are who make your life easier with the latest ideas.
According to Gartner, within the next five years, 70% of software interactions in enterprises will occur on mobile devices. The pace of mobile application development and innovation is accelerating. We have more devices, apps and New Mobile App Features. Yet if you will rush full steam ahead into a mobility project without properly assessing the risks, you’re bound to run into troubles.
Some mobile apps are useful, engaging, and fun to use. But most of them are frustrating, dull, and nearly useless. What makes the good ones different? What features, design aspects, and ecosystems separate them from the rest of the apps in the market? Certainly, a valuable mobile app has features that enhance the functionality of the app and presents an improved customer experience. Based on why your company actually needs an app, here are some of the trending mobile app features that can help create a Useful and Successful mobile application for your business.
As declared by Morgan Stanley, the mobile movement is the 5th major technology cycle in the past 50 years. Mobile traffic owns nearly a quarter of the web traffic share. From offices to bus stop queues, restaurant waiting rooms, and checkout lines, there isn’t a place where people are not using their mobile phones. Nearly, 50% of the teen and young adult population are mobile users. And women aged 35 to 54 are the ones who dominate them. So, if you think mobile is just a habit of today’s youth, we suggest you reconsider that stance.
The time our society spends on mobile devices continues to surge by consuming 61% to 91% of digital minutes via mobile devices. The numbers are still soaring and are expected to reach 188.9 billion US dollars by the year 2020. Developing quality ready apps requires a lot of processes. The processes make sure that you deliver a smooth and excellent user experience. One of the main processes among them is Quality Assurance.
80% of the customers use a mobile phone inside a physical store to look for product reviews, compare prices, or look for an alternative store. An estimated 10 billion mobile connected devices are currently in use. In 2012, people spent more than $25 billion on purchases made from phones and tablets. The purchase has gone up to $500+ billion from transactions made over smartphones and tablets, in 2018 in the U.S alone. Read More
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