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Preparing for a mobile future


Smartphones are having an increasing effect on the daily lives of your customers and consumers. Infact, last Thursday Android posted infographics celebrating its 10 billionth app download. While AdMob estimates the size of the monthly iPhone paid app market is £127m.

Luckily though, it's not too late to adapt and survive: We have created an Android App Training course. Over the 5-day course you are given full orientation of the development environment and taking you through the development process from taking your idea and turning it into a fully operational Android app. You go though the design phase all the way to publishing on the Android Marketplace so you can maximise your app’s distribution. 

Android is by no means the only necessary choice for app development though. The iPhone is still one of the must have accessories for the digital age. With the 4S reinvigorating Apple's sales figures on its launch it is still very much on the up. Knowing how to create your own iPhone app for your business is as important as ever. 

Technology is becoming a seamless part of our lives; changing the way we do business, communicate and interact, as well as the way we search for and consume information. The rapid, exponential growth of smartphone usability and complexity means that businesses need to be able to redefine their marketing techniques at a faster pace than ever before. This expansion isn’t going to slow; the amount of smartphone owners in the UK are growing daily, so businesses need to adapt to provide services for their customers new (and developing) mobile habits; most importantly before anyone else takes them away from you. 

Allowing you to customise your phone to suit your life, the massive popularity of apps, with thousands available across Google’s Android systems and Apple’s iOS, has changed the fundamental role of a phone from being a communication tool to potentially being an all round life manager. Apps open up mobile devices to become entertainment units, vast information depositories, portable PA’s or even buy that Harry Potter DVD they’ve always wanted, all while you’re on the bus.

The rise in Android phones being purchased has led to Google’s hottest product being the most used smartphone operating system in the world, with 56% of new smartphone choosing Droids over the competition. Businesses are using apps as a method to interact with their customers and clients in a new way, increasing exposure and creating new revenue streams in the process.

Mobile apps are still a fairly new market, making development costs extremely high, requiring in-house development teams, required to deal with the continual need to fix and update apps over time. So it's time for New Media businesses to prepare for the future.

Call Silicon Beach Training on +44 (0)1273 622272 to reserve a place on one of our mobile development training courses 

One Response

  1. Thanks for sharing the useful
    Thanks for sharing the useful post about mobile future. As mobile phones increase the mobile app will increase in number. mobile UI design going to engage as far as can.

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