Mobile development trends to follow 2019

The mobile apps sector is one of the world's huge niches for technology.

This is something that cannot be refused; there are some data for you to understand a little magnitude of the matter.

•    At the end of 2017, there were 5,000 million users with a smartphone.

•    In the year 2017, nothing more and no less than 197 billion applications were downloaded.

•    In March 2017, 2,800 million applications were reported on Google Play and 2,200 million on the App Store.

•    In Austin, 20 million people use mobile applications every day and every day we download 4 million applications for mobile phones, tablets, and TVs.

They are incredible numbers, right? The Mobile Development in Austin TX is unstoppable, so whether you are already a developer or if you want to be. We leave you with one trend of the world, so you are up to date, you know that in the technological field you always have to be attentive, with the blaster prepared.

Trends in iOS

This framework came with iOS 11 and allows developers to create applications and content in Crowdfunding Software for iPhone and Ipad. It combines data from the cameras and information from the motion sensor to analyze the environment and show objects from it.

Perfect tool in the world of mobile development

Before we can know if one or another tool is adequate for what we need or want, we must first evaluate the following criteria:

•    Times / Cost of development

•    Learning curve

•    Human resources available in the market

•    Quality of the application

Below we will detail each one of these criteria based on the analyzes and investigations are previously done.

Times/Cost of development

The multiplatform applications in this section have the advantage to be able to save from 30-70% the costs and development times of an application.

For essential applications the fact of having to establish a new version for each platform causes them to be in the lowest position at this point because they triple the cost of development.

Learning curve

The learning curve for both multiplatform applications is supposed to be less painful compared to native ones. Essential applications need learning about the three platforms, technology, tools and so on.

Human resources are available in the market.

According to Mobile Development in Austin TX, most of the developers are Back / Front-end and Full-stack. These combined are more than 70%. Mobile developers are only about 12%. More than 60% of these developers are native and more than 30% are multiplatform.

Quality of the App

The quality of the App should be analyzed from two perspectives:

User experience

The User experience depends on factors of design, usability, interaction, accessibility, and visual quality; as well as factors such as emotions, brand building, and transmission, reliability, etc. It is definitely something that goes way beyond the development tool.

Here the native and generated applications have the advantage since their use is natural and immediate with the controls and transitions. In the case of hybrid applications, this must be simulated, which is one step behind.


The final performance of the application will be defined mainly by the general architecture of the solution and the intelligent use of the server-client business logic.


Most companies that are looking for a mobile application for their business are not interested in the technology, platform or programming language used. They only focus on the final product, and if they can get it at a much better competitive cost, right? However, developers or companies that are dedicated to the development of mobile applications have to consider these factors mentioned above. You have to look for that perfect tool

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