2016 is the year that is going to bring about some significant changes in terms of enterprise apps and cloud computing. You may think that people have been talking about this sea of change for quite some time. So, why now? Why this year?
Technically, wearables date as far as 1970’s -1980’s when calculator watches were all rage. What stood as a symbol of geeks is now becoming mainstream with numerous wearables available for the masses on the market.
It is not uncommon for iOS developers to think that just having a brilliant app concept will get their apps easily published on the App Store. This is often the case for newbie developers if not for the experienced ones. They conveniently forget that there are many hurdles to cross before their apps make way to the App Store and earn accolades. One of the hurdles is Apple’s review process.
Mobile app development saw a number of groundbreaking changes in 2015. From wearables to the rising number of innovative apps, we inched closer to a mobile-first world. With cloud computing, IOT and enterprises gaining momentum, there are no signs of a slowdown for the next year at least.
This may seem no-brainer but search is important. According to Fiksu, the popular mobile application marketing platform that helps businesses to acquire loyal app users, “Google Play Store search represents 80 percent of quality organic downloads.”