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The Next Generation MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT Auckland – UXPillow - uxdesignauckland - 11-05-2018


  1. It seems like the year 2017 was earmarked by both Google and Apple for banking on the Mobile app development Auckland and accessibility of augmented reality with website design (Auckland). With Apple launching ARKit and Google’s ARCore hitting the market, we now have two rock-solid platforms for the development of augmented reality apps for mobile devices. With most marketers seeing augmented reality as a way to provide a compelling user experience we will soon be seeing a lot of creative AR apps. Mobile app marketing is as important as developing the app. Without a proper go to market strategy your app will not be able to attract any audience.

  2. Google launched a new feature in Android devices called the instant apps. The aim is to make it easy for users to use an android app without actually downloading it. The user can try the mobile app (development Auckland) using the play store and download it only if they feel the need and have the requisite storage.

  3. Accelerated Mobile Pages is a project undertaken by Google in association with Twitter. Using AMP, a mobile version of the website design Auckland is created that is comparatively a lot faster and responsive. As an alternative, the web page can be displayed simultaneously while it is loading instead of making the user wait for the whole page to load – it is called lazy loading. Both these techniques can be used to speed the performance of mobile app development Auckland when content is syndicated through the web.

  4. The Internet of Things (IoT) allows the use of sensor technologies in non-IT devices to enable remote control, automation, and monitoring. With a boom in IoT applications, it is obvious for developers to opt for the most noticeable choice when it comes to remote devices. A majority of IoT devices already rely on mobile devices to syndicate data, especially in case of consumer IoT. With the surge in overall uses of IoT, we will see more mobile apps meant for management of these devices. There must that kind of IOT website design Auckaland and mobile app (development Auckland) must also be developed.

  5. Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of the Blockchain, gave rise to a whole new type of currency – Cryptocurrency. Do you think that he thought that his irreversible endless ledger could possibly redefine mobile payments? Well, considering that this is a pseudo name, we’ll never know.

  6. The blockchain is not the only way to revolutionize mobile payments. With the rise of eCommerce, there is also a complimentary rise in the number of mobile payment apps and mobile banking. Also, more and more mobile payment mechanisms emerging. Consider the recent initiative of scan and pay system leveraged by VISA cards and Samsung. Soon there will be mobile payment apps leveraging that and more with more attractive website design Auckland.

  7. The enterprise mobile security is the new zone of focus for mobile app developers. With the increase in popularity of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy, there is a substantial risk of enterprise mobile apps being affected by personal devices of employees. Developers are taking more rigorous initiative to secure the app’s code from the ground up. There is also an increased awareness towards better use of authorizations and encryption.