How mobile apps are changing different spheres

The reason why mobile apps are not leaving the technological sphere any soon, and instead we are going to see a number of significant advancements in the space, is that mobile apps are readily applicable to any setting and can be deployed almost immediately once the solution has figured out and development phase is over. With just some lines of coding, a mobile app can be modified and made suitable for any type of requirement.

Lately, we have seen enterprises adopting mobile apps like anything, which is clearly indicated by $75+ billion market size of the mobile apps. Industries from all spheres have integrated their basic to most complex operations and at present, half of the technology world from texting to automobiles depends on the top Android and iPhone app development companies. However, mobile apps feel quite real at the grassroots level as well, and are benefiting people on a small scale as well. In this article, we will try to show you at what scale mobile apps are benefiting the world, offering amazing utilities:


Paytm to widen its reach

Paytm, one of the biggest electronic wallets in the world with more than 230 million registered users, leaving behind apps like WhatsApp in terms of number of users. Until now Paytm has only been focusing on wallet to wallet transfer, also including bank to wallet transfer and via versa. However, this year, team Paytm has indicated that they will be focusing more on building the role for Paytm as a mainstream tool for general transactions like salaries, contract-based compensations, rent and more. This step by Paytm will definitely help Paytm attract more users, and at the same time, will provide people with an easier channel for P2P payments as well as bank transfers.


Mobile app for job market trends

Mobile apps are deep into every sector, including recruitment industry. And while even recruitment industry is already relying on iOS app development companies, there have always been some inefficiencies that it has failed to tackle due to rapidly changing job market trends and required skillset. To keep us updated with the latest market trends, a group of students from DTU created a mobile app that can analyse job search trends, candidate preferences, recruitment surveys and more. In future, it is expected that the app will integrate and work in sync with other recruitment and job search applications.


Kansas to do it, the digital way

The Midwestern state of Kansas took an important step for its citizens when it announced the launch of the official government app that goes by the name iKan, that aims at replacing the conventional ways of maintaining citizen records and provides with an easier mobile interface for the same. The beauty of iKan is that it provides a one-stop solution for vehicle registrations, important documents and much more. The government has signalled that if the adoption rate for the app is good, then it plans to include more services on the app.


The way mobile apps are shaping the future is incredible, and in a matter of few years, it is quite apparent that mobile apps development companies will play an integral role in rendering intelligent services in future. The adoption rate of mobile apps is already quite high, which is already going up. Something that may be of concern for us is that are we going to depend too much on smartphones or will make a positive use of it.

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