Future of Native Mobile Application Development Under Scrutiny: What Next?
Turbulent growth of mobiles assisted by their applications will be incessant in the years to come and eventually there will be an app for everything you see, use and relish! But, is there is any replacement to native mobile apps in near future?
Santa Clara (I-Newswire) August 16, 2013 - The mobile user fraternity is rocketing sky high all over the world! There is no wonder in the surge as 98% of users have started utilizing these nifty devices which assist in saving a lot of time and money. It is why most companies, banks, hospitals, industries, etc. bank on the mobiles and their applications to tap the potential customer base of customers 100% efficiently. Today, you've an app for everything; to help you sleep as well as to wake you up next day!
While a lot of happenings circumvent around the mobile applications, the future of native mobile applications growth and usability can be still under scrutiny. The reason is obvious. The cross-platform functionality of the native application is questioned by many as native applications work extraordinarily for the platforms they're designed for. Anyway, one can't discard the role played by the native mobile apps in the future but have they still got the charisma to get engaged with maximum number of users is the question raised by lots of mobile application developers and users across the world!
Well, on the other hand, if native mobile apps are no longer going to hold good, there must be a suitable replacement for them, right? Of course, you've a replacement option now in the form of web applications. This application development can't completely replace the native mobile applications; yet have the ability to conquer the global audiences. The latter mentioned application can halt the growth of native mobile application with its ability to work on different devices with ease.
A recently analyzed and published data of BBC reveals that the growth of web applications is accelerating to a new high. The reason behind this sudden surge is found to be the ability of the applications to run from the web browsers and not from the device. But, the report added it can't replace native mobile applications completely as discovering these applications is cumbersome and it doesn't promise any open web store for downloading. Also, it has been stated in the report that the monetizing via this application can be hectic. So, in short, though it can be a potential threat to the growth of native mobile applications, it may take some time to fix the abovementioned setbacks!
On inquiring one of the fast-emerging mobile application development company Contus, the managing director Mr. Sriram Manoharan revealed "Native mobile applications still have the ability to attract and engage with users; also, to replace something like Apple's application is extremely hard. It is early days and one can't underestimate the growth of web apps as well. As far as we are concerned, the growth of native mobile applications is still improving and we've developed more than 200+ applications so far for the customers of Android, iPhones, Windows 8 in a short period of time. So, the growth of native mobile applications still holds good!"
In fact, most mobile application development companies are following the growth of web applications keenly to make necessary amendments to attract and engage clients to their businesses. However, it is too early to call the shots as the growth of native mobile applications is still amazing!
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Published On:August 16, 2013
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