5 Predictions for the Future of IoT and Mobile App Integration

Connecting the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile apps makes perfect sense.    Smartphones offer IoT solutions to total portability. The user can manage IoT devices effortlessly via a mobile app, which makes everything more familiar.    On the other hand, IoT will take mobile app development to a whole new level. Businesses around the […]

How Artificial Intelligence is Driving Mobile App Personalization

  Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a notable buzzword across multiple industries in recent years. AI is so popular that the International Data Corporation expects global spending on AI systems will grow from $35.8 billion in 2019 to $79.2 billion in 2022. As leading tech companies continue to show interest in AI investment, users will […]

7 Mobile App Development Trends That Will Get Bigger In 2018

  On Christmas Day alone, consumers spent $196 million on apps, in-app purchases, and subscriptions in both the App Store and Google Play according to Sensor Tower. There was a significant increase of 12.3% over last year’s spending of approximately $174 million.   This shows that there has been continuous growth in the mobile app […]

7 Mobile App Development Trends to Watch Out For in 2017

  This past year shaped up to be a phenomenal year for the app economy, and 2017 is set to be another progressive year. There’s been a continuous growth in the number of companies that are adopting the mobile-first mindset, and realizing that mobile is no longer an optional investment, rather a necessity. Mobile is […]

Location-Based Technology for Mobile Apps: Beacons vs. GPS vs. WiFi

  While mobile technology has allowed us to break down geography and stay connected from anywhere, location is proving to be more important than ever.   For many categories of mobile apps, personalization, context, and location are the trifecta of exceptional user experience. A personalized and contextually relevant experience is more compelling to users, and […]

The Physical Web: Bringing IoT to The Masses

  Last month, support for the Physical Web expanded to Google Chrome for Android devices. With over 800 million Android users now able to experience it (and existing support on iOS 8.0+), the Physical Web is an important step in bringing the Internet of Things (IoT) to a large base of consumers who hold the technology to access […]

Apple HomeKit: Putting IoT Back on the Map

  Considering Apple’s HomeKit was announced more than a year ago, it’s been moving rather slowly. One reason for the hold up is the stringent security requirements Apple has in place, which presents a rather large barrier to hardware developers. This HomeKit Icon .sketch file was designed by Luis Abreu  –  Dribbble –  Website –  Source page   Nonetheless, there’s been […]