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Development of mobile app trends Set to rule by 2020

Every business is expanding its marketing strategy to meet the higher expectations of its customers in the drastically growing commercial market. The ever-increasing use of mobile phones could amaze you with amazing statistics. Did you know that every second around the globe more than 28 million mobile apps are downloaded? This number should alert you to develop a mobile application that is exclusive to your business.

Many mobile app businesses and mobile app developers are seizing this demand worthy opportunity around the globe. There is no doubt that the best developments in mobile apps will govern 2020. In this era the Millenials expect an instantly matching product or service to the most updated trend. So, keeping up with the trend at least to retain their existing customers has become a compulsory factor for all companies.

Here is a list of top inventions for mobile apps that will surprise you

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

It’s not a new technology for the coming year, as we all know about artificial intelligence. Yet this year, she’s getting ready to show off her full capacity. The international data company reveals a revenue forecast for the year 2020 of about $40 billion. This means that with the aid of technology that goes beyond human intelligence, many companies expect to improvise their user experience and other strategies.

Integration of wearable apps

Wearable gadgets are introduced at hospitals for the year 2018 to keep an eye on the patient’s medical conditions. This has led to modern and trendy wearable gadgets such as smartwatches. For many devices including these wearable gadgets, many companies are now strategizing their apps.

Augmented reality and virtual reality

Be prepared to endure the amazing experience that Augmented reality and technology of virtuality are all set to give you. In 2020, AR and VR are throttling to demonstrate their powerful technology as opposed to this or previous year. In addition, these two technologies provide the most dramatic experience and leave a futuristic vibe in your nerves.

The most important part is getting this feeling in your hands, not in any fancy gadgets but the smartphone.
This is despite market forecasts (by Statista) of about $209 billion in 2022 beyond the computer experience.
Internet of things

In many fields IoT had already outperformed beyond estimates. Besides that, in 2020, you can expect more from IoT operations to play their hand in the education and e-commerce sectors. IoT has everything it takes to make anything literally smart. You can enjoy quicker and more convenient access to any data within the organization with its ability to interlink any object.

You can also close your curtains, switch on / off electrical appliances and secure your home with just a mobile app.


Google’s CEO said the chatbots will take over the marketing world in the year 2020 in 2017. You can expect improved chatbots performance in all sectors, as forecast. When it comes to customer engagement, holding hands with artificial intelligence, chatbots provide you with a completely human touch. Research by eMarketer estimates that over 35 million Americans use intimate, voice-activated assistants at least once a month.

In this tech-savvy world, bots are being trained, or bot learning occurs to converse more conversationally with the user. Even the chatbots can expect to speak with a slang too. Being interwoven with artificial intelligence, chatbots can turn the conversational data into valuable business marketing knowledge. Oracle surveyed over 800 marketing professionals on the adoption of chatbots in 2018, and found that 80% of brands expect to serve customers through chatbots by 2020.

App users are likely to switch from mobile apps to full-chatbots after a while. Many companies are investing more time and money in this technology to outsmart themselves.

Blockchain Technology

Despite all the fuzz that blockchain created in 2018, it is expected that the technology’s real anticipated peak will be 2024. Research on the Transparency Market estimates that it would be worth $20 billion. With the help of Mobile App development, many developers are keen to make blockchain technology accessible for everyone. And for both the blockchain technology and the investors it would be mutually beneficial.

Beacon Technology

The beacon technology is the development of viral mobile applications projected to be a business success in 2020. With its location technology and proximity marketing, it helps many industries such as Hotels, Museums, Healthcare and others.

The technology is extremely user-friendly, and wireless transmitters are used to send signals. When combined with IoT, sharing sales information is very useful for retail sectors.

The technology that Apple introduced at the WWDC conference in 2013 was successfully installed and worked for many retail stores in the U.S., UK and elsewhere. In 2017 Google launched its Beacon Pilots Project. Therefore, by 2020, you will see the use of Beacon technologies at all nooks and corners of the planet.

Android Instant Apps

Though Google released Android instant apps in 2016, in the coming year, you can make optimal use of it. It is similar to native mobile apps that provide a seamless user experience and services that are memory-efficient. The one big advantage is that you don’t have to mount it in your system or think about the storage. You can use a portion of the app that you want instantly without installing it in your device.

Look out at this year’s fast pace for the big leaps in mobile app growth. In addition, industry’s best mobile app developers are poised to demonstrate their high-end apps in the coming year. If you’re planning to create a mobile app for your company, make sure you’re aware of those technologies that will rule the mobile app development industry in 2020.

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