Mobile application development is driven by advancements in technology which has drastically increased the usage of mobile phones and applications. With almost 180 billion mobile downloads and 1 billion smartphones in a year, mobile app development has become one of the growing and leading IT sectors of the of the world.
As the mobile app development sector is the most prospering one nowadays , it is very important for businesses to have a vision for next few years to remain in pace with the rising technological development. Nowadays having a mobile phone has become a kind of ncessity which not only enables you to access the services online but also connect you to the physical world to meet a number of basic necessities.
The mobile application development is going through many changes and the trends in this era of mobile application development are as follows:
ANDROID INSTANT APPS
These apps would help the users to experience the applications without even installing them. It saves users time by avoiding the whole process of downloading the app and then installing it to access all its features. All you need is a high speed internet connection.
INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT)
Internet of things is all about connecting one device to another in the world of technology. It has grown exponentially with smart devices and wearables for both consumers and the businesses which would require applications to manage, analyse and present the data.
CLOUD COMPUTING APPS
According to the Cisco VNI Global Mobile Forecast (2015-2020), cloud apps will drive around 90% of the total mobile data traffic by 2019 globally and the cloud data would increase by 11 times more approx. Now we can expect much powerful applications occupying less space in smart phones.
NO COMPROMISE ON SECURITY OF DATA
Most of the mobile apps do not pass even the basic level security tests which is the most important feature every mobile application related to data storage must ensure. This is done to avoid the malicious trackers from stealing the private data. Thefts can be avoided by using authorized APIs, writing secure codes, encrypting the data etc.