Mobile application development - Bridging the gap between the physical and digital world
Businesses all around the world have started migrating to mobile apps! Ask anyone about a service and all you get to hear is “There’s a mobile application for that”.
Binaryfolks is a mobile application development company in India that offer full-stack iOS, Android, and web development services. We cover the A-Z of mobile app development cycle, from concept to development, irrespective of how diverse or complex your requirements are.
Mobile apps mean a comparative advantage for a business. However, mobile app development is an expensive investment that might not pay off immediately if your business isn’t ready for it.
72% of students reported increased engagement with mobile learning and at the same time, 72% of companies have reported that by embracing mobile learning, they became more responsive to marketplace changes. 34 percent of all companies surveyed have aggressively implemented m-Learning programs for their workers.
There are 2.2 million Android apps and 2 million iOS apps out of which 165,000 apps are in the healthcare category alone. mHealth technology market is set to grow by 33% to USD 60 bn by 2020.
In the US in 2017, mobile users spent an average of 2.3 hours per day with digital media. 52% of the time individuals spend on digital media is on mobile apps.
94% of smartphone job seekers have browsed or researched jobs on smartphones. 28% of adults–and 53% of young adults–have used a smartphone to search for jobs. Also, 50% of smartphone job seekers completed a job application on their phone
49% of direct online bookings are now on mobile, compared to 31% in 2016. 50% of the millennial travelers have discovered a new travel company while researching on the mobile phone and 51% of the travelers use text or messaging to get in touch with a travel or hospitality provider.
The Internet of Things Will Drive Wireless Connected Devices to 40.9 Billion in 2020. The potential for future growth is massive. Only 0.06% of all devices that could potentially leverage IoT are actually doing so. This makes the remaining 99.94% available for optimization.
99% of Millennials search their houses on online websites Out of that, 58% of Millennials and 46% of Generation X began their search for a dream home on a mobile device.
Marketer expects global ecommerce sales to reach $4.058 trillion by 2020, representing 15% of total retail sales. And the percentage of that belonging to m-commerce will also continue to grow, as more online retailers see more than 50% of traffic coming from mobile devices.