Thanks to the proliferating on-demand economy, there is a convenience in how people hail a taxi, book a room, and even buy prescribed medicine. The idea of delivering essentials at the doorstep is gaining grounds and businesses are cash in on it.
By 2035, 812.2 million people worldwide will live in urban areas with a population of 10 million or more. As the urban populace continue to grow, the city municipalities are striving to create a better living environment for its digital natives by leveraging technology.
The Android app store has 3.8 million apps followed by 2 million apps in the iOS store. Amid such neck stiff competition, how will you differentiate your app from the millions out there?
Obsession with fitness, combined with convenience, immediacy, and flexibility is fostering the demand for health and fitness platforms. The result of this supports the rise of technologies that tracks, informs, and manages the fitness routine, such as wearables and smart watches.
For engaging user with an app, it is imperative to capture their attention and give them a medium and motivation to take an action. To foster this kind of engagement within mobile apps, gamification helps.
With data becoming the new currency, it’s no wonder that software applications are the top attack vector of the hackers. The recent past has witnessed some major data breaches; the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal, Equifax data breach are to name a few. With such data breaches putting user trust and interest in businesses at stake, it has become imperative for them to ensure that steadfast development practices for development are adopted.
With digital media gaining momentum, internet consumers have the privilege to enjoy their favorite music through streaming services. FM Radio, the technology introduced almost eight decades back is still one of the biggest source of infotainment with music proffered with news, sports, politics, and more.
Google hosted its I/O Conference 2018 that brings together developers from around the globe annually for talks and have hands on learning with Google experts. CEO, Sundar Pichai along with his key executives took the stage and announced major add-ons to Google Assistant, Google Photos, Google Maps and other proprietary products.
Around half of the world’s urban population lives on unnamed or unmarked streets and houses, most of which is from developing or underdeveloped countries. -estimates World Bank.
“21% of users abandon an app after one use and the fact that 1 in 5 users won’t come back to an app after one session is alarming.”-Localytics