How Smartphone Apps Will Look Like In The Future?

Imagine if we do not have any app for our smartphones. Smartphones, without apps, will be nothing more than ordinary phones that just make calls or send texts. Of course, they will still access the web, but what else we can do with these smartphones without apps?

Apps give the power to do a lot of things using smartphones. From ordering a pizza to checking the prescription status, smartphones can only be the handiest option if they have apps. These tiny software apps have changed our present, but in future, they will have a completely new face, and look much different from today.

App developers keep discussing about things that apps will be able to do and, how they will look like in the future. And how further evolution in mobile app development technologies will change our lives.

Future belongs to app

As of estimations, smartphone users around the world download more than 190,000 apps per minute. As predictions are coming in light, there will be more than 50 billion connected devices by 2020. So, with rising penetration of mobile technologies in our present and future, users are able to do more with their smartphones and apps. The Internet of Things seems more visible in coming years and, many home and office devices may be put online with keeping mobile technologies and mobile application development in the core.

App integration

Smartphones have certainly received edge over PCs. And the only reason making them such popular is their ease of use. Developers are implementing such sorts of apps, which can easily be used even by two-year-old kids. In future, we will see more integration of apps with one another. It will help users completing single task in fewer strokes.

Take the example of a person, who wants to go out for dinner. He should be able to find a restaurant on Yelp, reserve a table through Open Table, and then ride to the location by booking a taxi on Uber. For now he will need to use three different apps to do this task, but in the future, he could find a restaurant using one app, which will suggest a second app to book a tablet and, then the second one will suggest another app to book a taxi to reach the restaurant suggested by the first app. It will happen because of the integration of different apps with another.

UX is everything

For any product or service, a consumer is the king and so is the case with an app, too. If it doesn’t please the eyes of users, they will not use it even if it can help them in traveling through time. What I want to say is that if your app is not able to deliver desired user experience, users will not use it. These are the reasons why organizations should take all due time in designing UI and UX of an app because it is the first thing user interact with.

IoT to get more penetrated access

The technology of IoT exists for so long, but now with the smart mobile application development, it can be treated to fit in smartphones. Yes, many companies have already done that. They have made IoT devices controllable from their smartphones. In the future, we will see that IoT will purely be a mobile focused technology.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

AI is going to be the key focus of most of the developers in coming future. AI will provide apps with the ability of learning from the behaviors of users. The suggested AI technology for this is machine learning – a technique to give computer systems the ability to "learn" with data, without being explicitly programmed.

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality

We already have several user-cases where both virtual reality and augmented reality have proved their worth. Now, with powerful processes and advanced development technologies, developers are launching a variety of AR/ VR application for mobile devices. We will more and more VR/ AR apps coming in future.

So, this is how the apps in future will be developed and this is how the apps in future will look like.

Author Bio. :- Sofia Coppol is a digital marketing expert in Rapidsoft Technologies, a leading IOT Development Company which provides Software for Education, Automation, Construction and Finance across the global. He loves to write on latest mobile trends, mobile technologies, startups and enterprises. 

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