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Trends Involved in Mobile App Development Technology

Mobile computing is something that is not going to go away. In fact, each year, more and more consumers are turning to their mobile devices for their Internet usage, and that means that the development of mobile technologies and mobile apps is going to become increasingly important. Already, we are seeing a shift when it comes to the importance of mobile app development, and it’s possible to pinpoint some of the trends that this area seems to be following. You will find that the mobile development technology for apps can vary in effectiveness based on the platform for which you are developing. In some instances, the development tools that you might be using for your app might not be sufficient for getting approval for your app through a company such as Apple.

Three Main Contenders

When you think of mobile technology, three different platforms are probably going to leap to mind: Apple’s IOS, Android, and Windows. These platforms are popular because some of the most popular mobile devices run on them. In the next year or so, you can expect the technology behind these three platforms to continue their dominance in the marketplace, and that means that mobile app development is going to have to know how to create working apps for these three devices.

Since the Android Store isn’t going to carry apps compatible with the iPhone, it means that you have to have several apps available, all working the same but simply using different technology to run on the different devices. You want to have apps that you can place on the various app stores and that will work for different platforms.

Having an app that is going to work with Android, Apple devices, and other devices is important, and this could mean that you have to have different tools for the development of the app on the various mobile platforms. Always know the limitations of the technology that you are considering using. A professional developer will be able to take care of all issues pertaining to getting the mobile app up and running properly.

Something that you must always consider when you are building your mobile apps is quality. Many are already starting to use HTML5 almost exclusively for their apps, as it provides flexibility and power, and it is an easy development tool for most to use. You will want to talk with any mobile developers with whom you are working to determine what tools they are going to use.

Better Testing

While the building of the app is important, one also has to consider testing. You will want to make sure that you put the app through its paces before you make it available to the public. A poorly conceived app, or an app that doesn’t work as well as it should, is not going to receive a great reception, and that could ultimately hurt the business. Better testing technology is certainly one of the areas that will likely improve in the coming years, making it possible to test the app thoroughly. This will hopefully lead to a decrease in rushed, useless apps.


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    Anthony Weiner says:

    Quite an interesting post. There are many things that we get to know reading your post. Today, mobile app development is one of the hottest profession. Different technology yet same goal which is to develop the best possible cell phone applications. I know some software development companies which are into mobile application development and they hire professionals who are experienced in testing before installing any app into mobile devices.

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    JD says:

    Thanks Brian. Good read. I agree, mobile applications based on IOS and Android are in great demand. Businesses are finding ways to reach their audience via a mobile application. Of course it is very important to have an efficient mobile application which calls for due care and proper testing before launching.


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