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The overall mobility sector has evolved seamlessly with iOS and android taking center stage in this smartphone ecosystem. However as a developer it is also important to understand the bifurcations of smartphones that is currently taking place. The mobile landscape is not just about processors and screen sizes, but it has moved beyond that with smart sensors. That gives the developers an opportunity for personalization like never before.
Developers have already been busy in creating a more diverse user experience with the use of big data and analytics into their applications. With smart sensors coming into picture these developers can put more interactivity into their applications resulting in custom solutions as per the need of the end user.
Even though smartphones have become the core of all user interactions, there is still a huge void in the computing ecosystem as users are unable to deduce the future possibilities of mobile. However as the technology is pacing itself, the coming of age of wearable technology has driven developers to have a divisive outlook.
As the current ecosystem of information sharing is evolving there is a much need for moving beyond the concept of web pages. Even in the case of mobility developers are finding it difficult to implement intuitive and interactive UI elements that usher in seamless fluidity.
Most of the applications these days just incorporate event like touch or swipe, which also fall in accordance to the HTML5 based mobile webpages. However, there has been a huge evolution in terms of website or web based applications due to HTML5, still native applications need to define a new path away from traditional mobile websites.
Standard screen sizes, devices and operating systems, have surely been a big hindrance in the evolutions of mobility. A standard smartphone has a plethora of sensors which can used to give a more personalized user experience. Google Glass surely takes mobility to the next level and delivers a type of contextual experience that a desktop application never could.
The future of internet is surely mobile as as the demands of end user increases, platforms need to start putting out services that are more personalised. Reports have even suggested that mobile is becoming the main source of internet traffic to most of the online organisations. Clubbed with native application experience., the organisations can boost their overall productivity.
It is all about creating a personalized experience. As the competition in the mobility sector increases only those which can offer a more diverse outlook to the end users would be able to sustain traffic. Moreover as the smartphones market increases and takes over desktop computing, it would become imperative for developers to focus on more device compatibility for their applications.
Currently, developers only test their applications on a small crop of devices which leaves a lot of users with error prone user experience as the applications are not optimised for their device. android has suffered a lot from this fragmentation issues. On the other hand iOS developers have a more precise device store making their application superior to that of their counterpart.