Remember those nine-inch phones that were so popular around 2000? You could make phone calls from them, sent and receive text messages, and play half-a-dozen or so games. Fast forward into 2015, and things are radically different. Mobile application development services have changed the how phones are used and they are at the heart of what makes today’s smart phones really “smart.”
Evolution of phones will continue unabated in 2015. Many enterprise web solutions will go mainstream as more companies realize how they can become more productive using smartphones. Business will have to brace themselves for new technology.
The HTML5 framework has been as the forefront of mobile development for the past few years. This trend will intensify in 2015 and many companies may switch to developing universal applications for HTML5 instead of several, separate apps for different platforms.
Android and iOS are two popular mobile phone operating systems and they will not give up their leading positions in 2015. What may change, however, is that some new OSes may break into the field. Samsung’s Tizen, Firefox OS, and Ubuntu OS are in the lead for breaking the Android-iOS duopoly. Windows OS will continue be the third most popular mobile phone OS.
2014 was not a good year for Apple and Sony. Hackers intruded into their systems. In 2015, enterprise web solutions will become more secure and mobile application development services turn their attention on encryption and other security features.
In enterprise mobile application services provider, Zorbis’s view, new OSes, HTML5, and beefed up security are very likely to define the world of mobile development in 2015.