Blog - Mobile Technologies
Through 2017, 50% of US e-commerce transactions will come from mobile. As the line between digital and physical commerce continues to blur, retailers need a whole new way to win customers. Discover how IoT, machine learning and mobile payments will shape mobile shopping trends for 2017 and beyond.
Although the App Store made $ 14 billion more than Google Play last year, 50% of mobile vendors now prioritize Android over iOS. Thanks to Google’s decision to introduce the 85/15 revenue split for subscription apps and allow developers to process payment transactions, Google Play may soon outpace the App Store both in terms of downloads and revenues. Here’s how to monetize an Android app in 2017 and beyond.
In 2016, we’ve seen the ongoing battle between iOS and Android, the rise of the citizen developer initiative, the growing popularity of hybrid applications and countless attempts to battle mobile app insecurities. What are the latest trends in mobile application development for 2017 and beyond? Read on to find out!
Despite the growing adoption of Android smartphones, going iOS is still a winning strategy for most developers. The App Store brings 90% more revenue than Google Play. The average iOS user spends 250% more on in-app purchases than a dedicated Androider. Yet, the market faces strong competition from web apps and is affected by Apple’s decisions regarding UX. Here’s how you can monetize your iOS app in 2017.
App Store is all about revenues. However, it’s Google Play that generates 75% more downloads. Thanks to the emerging markets (especially Asia), Android smartphones will retain their 81.1% market share until 2019 and beyond. How to put an Android app on Google Play? What apps are typically rejected by the publisher? We’ve got the answers!