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Sameer Bhatia
Sameer Bhatia 12 February 2015

How Are Apps Evolving?

How are apps going to become more prevalent in the future?

It is truly fascinating to see how different types of apps are being used these days but it is important to see how they’re going to become more prevalent and important over time.

 

It’s amazing to see how many different types of apps are going to be used in general. These apps will be worth exploring in general based on how interesting they might be for the needs people often hold. 

  1. The human body is going to use more apps. It’s amazing as to how applications relating to health can be used these days. Apps for the human body may include options that are found on smart watches and can entail tracking plans based on one’s workout and so forth. Devices like the AliveCor heart monitor case can especially be unique to explore. Do not be surprised if more people start to manage different types of needs that people often hold. Other apps may be used to track health needs that people hold. The BlueStar app that monitors the needs of diabetes patients and keeps tabs on glucose levels and other critical bits of data should especially be used just as well.
  2. Social video apps are going to be rather fascinating. It is clear that mobile devices can take videos with ease. The development of Vine, Instavid, Hyperlapse and Snapchat among other devices suggests that there will be more of an interest in helping people to take videos with their mobile devices and then getting them all uploaded online. Some of these may even work well with YouTube if needed. This could make for a rather appealing trend depending on what may happen over time as social media networks start to adapt to the rise in video technology. 
  3. Privacy will become more important. People like to keep things private if possible. It is no surprise that many apps are going to come with privacy features that will allow people to interact with others without giving away any information on themselves. The advancement of apps like TapTalk and Viber are only going to make the world of apps a little more intriguing. 
  4. Freemium games will have to be checked with care. Many freemium games that are free to download and play but contain features that require people to pay stuff for access in some ways are going to stay popular. However, the biggest issue over freemium games involves how much accessibility is going to be offered. The biggest problem is that the development of freemium games could entail more items that are rather easy to fleece people with. It is critical for all to think with care about how game developers are going to keep on working with games like Clash of Clans or Candy Crush. 

Education will be a premium. Educational applications will also be rather interesting for people to explore and use over time. These apps include options that feature details and bits of information entailing how people can live their lives and how to manage data and knowledge in their lives.

These could be provided by a number of different online schools but some checks have to be used based on how well one’s educational plans have to be facilitated as desired. Apps are clearly going to change over time.

It is clear that apps will become more important as people are going to keep on using their mobile devices for all sorts of online things. The big question at this point is to just see what’s going to go along and how it’s going to change over time as more become interested in what’s around.

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