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A Deep Insight Into Mobile App Development Trends for 2017

Mobile app development trends 2017

app development published date 12th January, 2017 Eric Jones

In this technology-driven world, mobile applications have become the crucial part of everyone's life. Nowadays, people are showing a lot of dependencies on well-developed apps for satisfying daily needs and for satisfying numerous business requirements. This has also increased the demand for mobile apps to a great extent. Hence, there is a rapid increase in the number of mobile apps. Today, you will get to see a wide range of applications in both Google Play Store and Apple App Store and they are showing no signs of slowing down in 2017. This blog post includes some mobile app development trends for the year 2017:

Artificial Intelligence Is The Next Big Thing

As per a report by Gartner, there will be huge investment in artificial intelligence in 2017 in comparison to the previous year. The year 2016 witnessed a wide assortment of AI apps such as Google Now and Prisma to name a few, which has gained huge popularity. The year 2017 is expected to stay connected with the AI mobile app development trends to design several new mobile applications.

Growing Popularity of Cloud-Driven Mobile Apps

Cloud technologies is increasing at an exponential rate and cloud computing has found its place with qualitative mobile apps, allowing user to secure their important data. There are numerous cloud based apps such as OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive and many more. On the other hand, the  current year will see a myriad of cloud-based apps.

The Arena of Enterprise and Micro Apps Will Expand

Enterprise apps play a vital role in streamlining, restructuring and in managing the business. Evernote is one of the examples of enterprise app that enable team to collaborate on project. On the other hand, micro apps takes minimum load and concentrate on only one task. Some of the examples of such apps are to-do list apps and Facebook messenger. Both these types of apps are expected to increase in the year 2017.

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

AR and VR comes under the category of modern mobile app development trend. If a report is to be believed, Both AR and VR have shown some remarkable changes in entertainment and gaming industry. In the year 2017, the market of AR and VR will certainly grow.

Apps Becoming More Secure

The year 2016 shows various cases where apps fail simple entry-level security test and this is when hackers enter the security gaps to steal sensitive as well as confidential information. In order to save everyone from getting ripped off, in the year 2017, app developers are expected to become a lot more careful in terms of security.

IoT Will Grow

Sectors like education, health, smart homes, automobiles and security have started experimenting as well as integrating with IoT advancements and it is supposedly the next big thing in the tech world. As per a report, in 2017, IoT will become the key player as well as the major mobile app development trend.

Swift Is Perfect For App Developers

Swift is the next gen programming language for iOS app developers. This language is fast and easy in comparison to Objective-C. The language will definitely gain huge importance in 2017 and with the emergence of Swift 2 that provides developer-friendly features, this language will surely stay.

Conclusion

App developers cannot expect successful results by relying on outdated tools and trends. However, by having complete knowledge of latest mobile app development trends, you can acquire better outcome.

Eric Jones

Eric Jones

Eric Jones is a senior tech blogger at MobileAppDaily and he is a gadget lover and follows every advancement and tweak in the mobile app industry. He is enthusiastic about the gaming and social media apps and possesses almost 7 years of experience as a tech blog contributor. Eric also doesn't like to share his cheese burst pizza with anyone at all.

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