Mobile Application Development Training In India, Bangalore | GeniusPort
We are accessing Information via Mobile phone applications and it is set to surpass desktop web access within the next 5 years. By 2015, over 1 billion end users globally are predicted to access the web through their mobile device. But, many businesses, organizations have not fully thought on to how to strategically think and deliver solutions to their customers on mobile platforms. The majority are still using web apps for use on the desktop, but not the handset. Here are a few key pointers on how Mobile Applications and its progress in coming years 1) Its predicted that mobile apps on devices will cross the web-access from desktops within the next 5 years. By 2015, over 1 billion users throughout the world are expected to gain access to the internet by means of their mobile handset. 2) Mobile software downloads are likely to grow more than 700 percent, from 2.9 billion to 21 billion, by 2013. Most of these applications to be downloaded do not really exist today. 3) The all round mobile apps industry for both premium and free applications is believed to reach a worth of $9 billion by 2013. 4) There are nearly 1.2 billion new mobile handsets sold throughout the world, 14.5 percent (172.4 million handsets) were smart phones have the ability of taking advantage of rich mobile applications. 5) By and large Smartphone application downloads capped 2.69 billion in 2009 and the total is likely to grow up to 21.3 billion by 2013 - that's 700 percentage point growth. It's clear <b>...</b>
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