Chicago: Mobile apps are a great way to access everything on the Internet that you like doing. Apps can be both useful and extremely fun; there are great ways to increase the functionality of your device.
We reside in a world that is dominated by the Internet and smartphones and thus it appears only normal that there has been a simultaneous rise in the number of mobile applications on the market. A lot of these apps are free to download and even the ones that charge are not pricey at all.
Following are the 10 key mobile app trends in detail.
1. HTM5 Migration is Well Under Way:
Over 60% of developers are dependent on HTML5 and hybrid development platforms.
2. HTML5 Use is Escalating:
Over 70% of HTML5 and hybrid developers declare that they are employing HTML5 more this year than last year, and 75% target to do more with HTML5 next year.
3. Best 5 Most Frequently Used HTML5 Features:
4. Number of Developers Still Employing Pre-HTML5 Web Technologies:
The Sencha study shows that data is currently less than 10%.
5. Mobile Developers Maintain many Device Types:
Developers are supporting, generally four-and-a-half device types:
6. Nearly all developers Aim Both Mobile and Desktop Devices:
Just 20% of developers solely aim mobile, and 30% aim only desktops.
7. Best Development Platforms:
Windows is still the major target platform, but Android is in fact No.2 at 60%, followed by Apple iPhone/iPad in the elevated 50% range.
8. Windows Usage Declines:
Windows laptops and desktops continue to be the best app development target, but 30% of developers do not offer support for it.
9. Native Mobile Technology Momentum Falls:
This year, 50% aim to do more with native technologies. Next year, 19% of mobile developers say they target to employ native technologies less.