Top Mobile App Development Trends to Prioritize in 2022

  • More than 89 percent of one time on mobile is spent on applications.
  • Last year alone 196 billion apps were downloaded on Google Play Store.
  • In 2021, 42 billion apps were downloaded on Apple App Store.
  • The same year saw market revenue generation of $693 billion from the global mobile app industry.
  • By 2023, the global market revenue for mobile apps is projected to surpass $935 billion.

Mobile App Trends to Rule 2022

  • Lightning speed and super-fast interconnectivity.
  • Latency of less than one millisecond.
  • 1000x bandwidth per unit area.
  • Up to 10Gbps data rate.
  • Up to 90% less use of network energy.
  • 100% coverage.
  • UI consistency
  • Reusability of the source code
  • Minimize the marketing expense
  • Reduce bug issues
  • In 2020, more than 25 million domains incorporated AMP.
  • AMP is most prevalent in platforms related to the entertainment industry.
  • Most US websites are prioritizing AMP these days.
  • It can be developed and deployed faster compared to usual mobile apps.
  • They have an extended usage since they are websites with app features and functionalities.
  • Unlike native apps, these apps can work offline.
  • Their loading time is lesser than normal apps.
  • Since these open on a browser, they take up zero space on the device.
  • Progressive apps are easy to access and are highly adaptable.
  • It does not require frequent updates.




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