Future of Mobile Apps

The world of apps has changed hands raised transformation of the mobile industry and applications largely have been participants in achieving this. And it is almost impossible to turn to see the impact they have made ‚Äč‚Äčapplications on smartphones and tablets, a few days ago Google celebrated25 billion downloads and Apple is not far behind.

All this we can do with Apple and Google, for since the iPhone was launched 5 years ago, the two companies have managed to accumulate more than 40 billion application downloads. Some say that the growth is just beginning and that the world of applications will see an increase from 31 billion downloads worldwide in 2011 to over 66 billion by 2016.

Definitely trends in the types of applications are modified according to our lifestyle and generate a new wave of applications that will help that growth. Similarly, several companies will face the challenge of digitizing their content and offer to reach more consumers.

Send text messages, check Facebook and Email check the time, stay up to date on the market, see the prices of the products, play online and much, much more. Popular games like Farmville and World Warcraft also used in Mobile Applications. Games are also available to play in social media as well such as play and win facebook slots. Smartphone Applications have become the latest fashion, as they have the connectivity and more advanced than traditional phone capabilities. There is now a greater demand for smartphones than any other type of mobile phone as Wikipedia .

Nearly half of America used smartphones, 79% percent of all smartphone users to use the phone within 15 minutes after waking up and out of bed. This percentage rises to 89% among people aged 18 to 24 years. Users of smartphones have an average of 7.4 apps for social networking on your mobile device. They see their phone as an important tool to stay connected.

However, have you ever considered just how powerful these ubiquitous devices? The phone you carry in your pocket, is probably ten times more powerful than the PC you had on your desktop just 8 or 9 years ago (assuming you had a PC, most mobile users have never had one). It has a number of sensors that a Martian would be proud: a clock, a power sensor (how low is the battery?), A thermometer (because batteries do not charge well at low temperatures), and meter light (to determine if you need to light up the screen) on the most basic phones, a location sensor, acceleration meter (detects vector and speed of movement), and even a compass in the most sophisticated. And more importantly, by its very nature is always connected.