The Future of Mobile App Development
While Cloud was the latest trend of past year which created opportunities and people took a large amount of risk through SOA (Service oriented Architecture) this year Cloud adoption is the newest trend and most if the companies are busy inventing new strategies for it.
All the new Mobile Applications that are in development phase are intended to have a cloud deployment. All the organizations have their own private cloud environment and hence they would be looking forward to migrate their applications to cloud. Deploying a non cloud enabled app can defeat the “cloudiness” implemented in the cloud app infrastructure.
Another hot issue in the world of mobile app development is the need to bring in all the social applications together with a larger volume and variety. The mobile application market has suddenly exploded with exponential increase in the number of smart phones, tablets and other digital gadgets. The popularity of smart phones is increasing just because of the features that can be added through downloading various applications.
The main benefit of mobile application is that an advanced application gives superior user experience than a mobile website. International Data Corporation predicts that the number of mobile application downloads worldwide has grown from 11 billion in 2010 to 77 billion in 2013. With the growing rivalry among the smart phones in the market, a mobile app development company has an imperative role to play in balancing the strategy behind mobile application marketing approach.
You have got to build a unique application that can contend with thousands of mobile applications that are already out in the market in case you really aspire to succeed in this kind of business. If you are serious about making profit out of your mobile application you need to learn the basics of mobile app development and find ways to differentiate your application in the market.
I am Pratik Kanada, founder & CEO of 360 Degree Technosoft, which makes app ideas into reality by providing unique design and development services across iOS and Android platforms. I generally write blogs on mobile technology, app development and app marketing.