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Features Of Latest Version Android Pie 9 With Power Of Artificial Intelligence

Latest Version Android Pie 9 harnesses the power of Artificial Intelligence to give you more from your phone. Now it’s smarter, faster and adapts as you use it. Android Pie is the ninth major version of the Android operating system. It was first announced by Google on March 7, 2018, and the first developer preview was released on the same day. The second preview, considered beta quality, was released on May 8, 2018. The final beta of Android Pie (fifth preview, also considered as a “Release Candidate”) was released on July 25, 2018. The first official release released on August 6, 2018.

History of Android

The version history of the Android mobile operating system began with the public release of the Android beta on November 5, 2007. The first commercial version, Android 1.0, was released on September 23, 2008. Android continually developed by Google and the Open Handset Alliance. And it has seen a number of updates to its base operating system since the initial release.

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Versions 1.0 and 1.1 were not released under specific code names, although Android 1.1 was unofficially known as Petit Four. Android code names are confectionery-themed and have been in alphabetical order since 2009’s Android 1.5 Cupcake. The most recent version of Android is Android 9 Pie, which was released in August 2018.

Latest Version Android Pie 9 Features with Artificial Intelligence

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Accessibility

  • Accessibility Menu: With Android 9’s new accessibility menu, common actions like taking screenshots and navigating with one hand are now easier for motor-impaired users.
  • Select to Speak – OCR in Camera View: With Select to Speak, you can select text on the screen and the content read aloud. Now, Android Pie 9 has added OCR support for S2S in Camera and Pictures to make the text even more accessible. Simply select text when using the camera or in a picture,  the text highlighted and read aloud.
  • Sound amplifier: This new Accessibility Service makes it easier to understand conversations by dynamically adjusting over 100 settings to boost the audio in scenarios such as a loud restaurant, bar, or concert.

Battery & Brightness

  • Battery Saver: Battery Saver keeps your charge going longer than ever by turning off features like the Always-On display. Plus, you have more control over when it comes on – so you can go further on one charge.
  • Adaptive Battery: This feature uses machine learning to predict which apps you’ll use in the next few hours and which you likely won’t, so your phone only spends battery power on the apps you care about.
  • Adaptive Brightness: With Adaptive Brightness, your phone learns how you set your screen’s brightness in different lighting environments and automatically does it for you over time.
  • Background restrictions: Now, you’ll see recommendations in Settings to restrict certain apps that use too much battery, so you can have more control over your battery.

Latest Version Android Pie 9

Camera

  • Multi-camera support: With Android 9, developers can now create immersive experiences using streams from two or more physical cameras, such as on devices with either dual-front or dual-back cameras. Examples include depth, bokeh, stereo vision, and more.
  • External camera support: Android 9 now supports external USB / UVC cameras on certain devices.

Digital Wellbeing

  • Do Not Disturb: Improvements to Do Not Disturb to silence not just notification sounds, but also all the visual interruptions. Calls from starred contacts will still come through, so you don’t have to worry about missing something urgent.
  • App dashboard: Get a daily view of the time spent on your phone, how frequently you use different apps, and how many notifications you get.
  • Wind Down: Set a daily schedule to get your phone ready for bed. Grayscale fades your screen to gray while Do Not Disturb silences notifications for a restful sleep.
  • App timers: App timers let you set daily time limits for your apps. When you reach the limit, the app paused for the rest of the day.

Display

  • Display cutout: Support for devices with cutouts to make use of available screen space.
  • Edge-to-edge screens: Support for devices with 18:9 and taller aspect ratios, and devices with display cutouts

Android Pie 9

Enterprise

  • Multiple users on dedicated devices: Android 9 makes it easy for users to share a single device, good for shift workers or public kiosks.
  • Work tab in the launcher: Now, you can visually separate your work apps. Tap on the work tab to see work apps all in one place, and turn them off with a simple toggle when you get off work.
  • Postpone Over-the-air (OTA) updates: Android 9 now provides the ability for Enterprise IT admins to define freeze periods up to 90 days during which time devices in their fleet will not update the Android OS. This ensures their devices states remain unchanged during a critical time like holidays.

Media

  • Multiple Bluetooth connections: With Android 9, you can connect up to five Bluetooth devices and switch between these devices seamlessly. Incoming phone calls sent to all connected Bluetooth devices that can accept, so you’ll never miss a call.
  • Sound delay reporting: Android 9 offers support for headsets with sound delay reporting. So video on your device and audio on your headphones can always stay in sync.
  • Volume memory per Bluetooth device: Android 9 will now remember the last volume you set for each of your Bluetooth devices. No more blasting music too loudly when you reconnect to your car or headphones.
  • HDR: Android 9 adds built-in support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) VP9 Profile 2, so you can watch HDR-enabled movies on YouTube and Google Play Movies. HDR improves the brightness and color range of video to improve the picture quality and experience.
  • HD Audio: Improved performance and support for HD audio delivering clearer, sharper, and richer quality sound.
  • HEIF: Android 9 now supports HEIF photos on the Android platform to improve compression of pictures and reduce the amount of storage needed.

Notifications

  • Notification enhancements for messaging: Now, messaging apps can provide suggested ‘smart replies’ in the notification, so you can respond in a tap. Plus, any inline reply drafts won’t disappear if you navigate away. And you’ll be able to see images sent from your friends right in the notification.
  • Manage Notifications: You now have a quick way to turn off notifications from a range of apps. So you only receive those that are helpful to you. You’ll also get a smart prompt if you’re swiping away certain notifications whether you want to keep receiving them.

Pie 9

Privacy & Security

  • Android Backups: Android 9 enables encryption of Android backups with a client-side secret (the device PIN, pattern or password) for greater security.
  • An Android biometric prompt: Android 9 introduces a number of new security features, including a standardized biometric authentication prompt to provide a more consistent authentication experience across Android.
  • The Android Protected Confirmation: On compatible hardware, apps can now use UI controlled by the secure hardware to get your confirmation for a sensitive transaction, such as making a payment.
  • StrongBox: On compatible hardware, apps can now take advantage of tamper-resistant hardware to protect their private keys. Making it harder than ever for malware to steal their credentials.
  • Privacy enhancements: Android 9 safeguards privacy in a number of new ways. Now, Android will restrict access to your phone’s microphone, camera, or other sensors when an app is idle or running in the background. (If an app does need to access a sensor, it will show a persistent notification on your phone.) Android 9 also brings important improvements that protect all web communications and offer private web surfing.

System Usability Enhancements

  • At-a-Glance on Always-on-Display: See things like calendar events and weather on your Lock Screen and Always-on Display.
  • Redesigned Quick Settings: A more consistent user experience for Quick Settings with all toggles. It plus an updated visual design and added informational subtext.
  • Volume controls: Simpler, more accessible volume controls let you control media volume instantly. As well as quickly toggle call and notification volume settings.

latest version Android Pie 9

  • Screenshots: Now, you can take screenshots easily from the power menu and draw, annotate, or crop them quickly.
  • Rotation: Get more control over your phone’s display rotation with a simple button that confirms. When you’d like to change the rotation on your device – even when your orientation locked.
  • New system navigation: Re-design of Android’s system navigation to help make it simpler to search and move between apps. Swipe up from anywhere to see full-screen previews of recently used apps. Swipe left and right to easily navigate between them, and tap on one to jump in.
  • App Actions: App Actions predicts what you’ll want to do next based on your context. And displays that action right on your phone, saving you time.
  • Slices: Interactive snippets of your favorite apps surfaced in different places, like Google Search.
  • Overview Selection: Long-press to select text or image in Overview mode and see actions based on what you’ve selected (for example, an option to route to an address with Google Maps or share for an image).

Launches Huawei Mate20, Mate20 Pro, Mate20 X: Price With Specifications

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has finally taken the wraps off its flagship smartphone series of 2018, The company has launched four handsets as part of the Huawei Mate 20 series — Huawei Mate20Huawei Mate20 XHuawei Mate20 Pro, and Mate 20 RS Porsche Edition. The Mate 20 series takes on high-end flagship Android smartphones such as Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Samsung Galaxy S9 series. So that all the devices come powered by Huawei’s own Artificial Intelligence equipped Kirin 980 chipset — 7nm process mobile phone SoC — which is one of the key highlights of the handsets.

The chipset is claimed to be the world’s first Cortex-A76 architecture chipset, first dual NPU design and also the world’s first to support LTE Cat.21. All the devices feature a textured back design and run on Huawei’s custom UI EMUI 9.0 based on Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie. As part of the UI, Huawei offers features such as gesture controls, app twin, private space, 3D modeling calorie calculator and more.

Here is taking a look at all of them in detail:-

Huawei Mate20

Specifications of Huawei Mate 20

The first and the basic handset in this series is the Huawei Mate 20. The device offers a 6.53-inch FHD+ of 2240x1080p resolution RGBW display with a waterdrop notch on the top. It offers the Leica-powered triple-camera system on the back. There is a 16-megapixel ultra wide angle sensor (f/2.2 aperture), a 12-megapixel wide sensor and (f/1.8 aperture), and an 8-megapixel sensor which is a 2X telephoto lens.

The cameras offer AI-based features such as AI Composition, AI 4D predictive focus, AI HDR and AI Cinema Mode. There is a 24-megapixel sensor on the front. Backed by a 4,200mAh battery it is available in three storage variants. Apart from offering a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, the handset offers Bone Voice ID which is basically a voice-based type of user authentication that uses AI to unlock the smartphone. It IP53 rated meaning that dust resistant and water splashes. Colour options include Emerald Green, Midnight Blue, Black, Pink Gold, and Twilight.

Mate20 Pro

Specifications of Huawei Mate 20 Pro

A slightly advanced version of the Mate 20, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro offers a 6.39-inch 2K (3120x1440p) curved OLED screen with a wider notch than the Huawei Mate 20. Unlike the Mate 20, it has an on-screen fingerprint sensor and dual stereo speakers. It is also IP68 rated meaning that it is both water and dust resistant. Backed by a 4,200mAh battery, the Mate 20 Pro offers wireless reverse charging that makes the handset a charging pad for other Qi-enabled devices. Additionally, it offers 3D Face Unlock support as well.

The camera specifications of the Mate 20 Pro include. A triple camera setup of a 40-megapixel wide angle sensor (f/1.8 aperture). A 20-megapixel ultra wide sensor and (f/2.2 aperture), and an 8-megapixel sensor which is a 3X telephoto lens. The device offers a new dual SIM design with NM card (Nano-Memory) card.
Processor and color options remain the same the Huawei Mate 20.

Mate20 X

Specifications of Huawei Mate 20 X

Offering a massive screen of 7.2-inch, the Huawei Mate 20 X is Huawei’s biggest handset to date. It has a FHD+ OLED display of 2240x1080p resolution with 18.7:9 aspect ratio. It also comes with Huawei M-Pen support and due to that becomes an ideal competition of the South Korean tech giant Samsung’s flagship phablet Galaxy Note 9. But unlike the Galaxy Note 9, it comes with features like cooling system comprising graphene film cooling. And a vapor chamber and GPU Turbo 2.0, the handset is completely optimized for gamers.

It backed by a 5,000mAh battery with a claimed battery backup of up to 23 hours of video playback. Like the other two handsets, it too offers a 24-megapixel front camera. And a triple rear camera setup of a 40-megapixel sensor (f/1.8 aperture). A 20-megapixel sensor which is a telephoto unit and (f/2.4 aperture), and an 8-megapixel sensor. Which is an ultra wide-angle lens?

Mate20 X

Prices

Huawei Mate20 Price

The Huawei Mate 20 (4GB + 128GB configuration) has been priced at of EUR 799. And the 6GB + 128GB configuration variant costs EUR849. It will be available starting October 16, 2018.

Huawei Mate20 Pro Price

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro (6GB + 128GB configuration) costs EUR1049 and will be available from October 16, 2018

Price Of Huawei Mate20 X

The Huawei Mate20 X (6GB + 128GB configuration) will cost EUR899 and will be available starting October 26, 2018. It comes also in two color options –Midnight Blue, Silver Violet.

Huawei Watch

The company has announced that the new HUAWEI Mate 20 Series, as well as HUAWEI WATCH GT, will go on sale in countries including the U.K, France, Italy, and United Arab Emirates soon.

Artificial Intelligence is changing Mobile App Development

Mobile app development is revolutionizing our lives turning impossible into reality. What’s next on this fascinating journey of mobile development. Artificial Intelligence (AI) seems to be unanimous choice of industry analysts.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming one of the most popular topics in both business and science and more leading tech companies are showing interest in AI investment. Google’s $400 million acquisition of DeepMind is a prime example of mainstream AI application. 

AI has not suddenly appeared in the application development scene. It has become noticeable to users in the form of Apple’s Siri. So According to Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017, “Intelligent Apps” is one of the top trends to watch out for 2017. Technologies like virtual personal assistants (VPAs) can make everyday tasks easier such as prioritizing emails and highlighting important content and interactions. Gartner also estimates that 6 billion connected “things” such as connected appliances, cars, wearables, and smart devices will be needing support from AI platforms by 2018.

Artificial Intelligence making different categories

But Artificial Intelligence is virtually making its way into different categories such as security tooling and enterprise applications. By 2018, most of the world’s largest 200 companies will exploit intelligent apps and utilize the full toolkit of big data and analytics tools to refine their offers and improve customer experience.

Gartner predicts that intelligent apps were one of the top ten strategic trends for 2017, more than just digital assistants that make it easy to complete common tasks such as prioritizing emails. Instead, every aspect of enterprise mobile apps will accommodate AI. In fact, Gartner anticipates 200 of the world’s largest companies will develop intelligent apps within the next year.

Mobile AI Will Transform Businesses

With the advancements in AI, mobile app developers today spend a lot more time thinking about how to collect, sort and store the data that their applications gather so they can feed it into the machine learning algorithm compared to the standard static algorithm that does not change.

Increase in Personalization

AI technologies are beginning to take hold in a variety of industries. eBay, Amazon and other giants in the retail industry have already proved the success of AI mobile apps. Many devices and applications will be written with algorithms that adapt and adjust based on observed behavior. Businesses can leverage the data collecting via point-of-sale machines, online traffic, mobile devices, and more. The algorithms will shift through this data collected, finding trends and adjusting apps to create richer contextual and personalized experiences.

Benefits of Using Artificial Intelligence

Mobile AI entices Retail Consumers

For retail market, AI technology is creating new frontiers redefining the potential of mobile apps enabled with artificial intelligence. Major retailers are integrating AI algorithms into their brands to serve and retain more customers.

Business apps will harvest the wealth of consumer information from POS, online traffic, mobile devices, etc. The algorithms within these apps will process and adjust its data to learn about trends and encourage the apps to create more contextual marketing messages and notifications. Hence Such rich, meaningful engagement technique will connect more users to the brand.

Predictive Intelligence Means Higher Revenue

It is not the first time that customers receive several types of notification related to products, offers, and various discounts periodically. Predictive AI algorithms observe customer’s history to determine their purchase tendencies and suggest custom options. Thus, predictive pattern-reading AI helps inspires more shopping and keeps businesses making more revenue.

AI Technology Generates Loyalty

Just like predictive intelligence, AI also empowers pattern detecting abilities. Such intelligence can be integrated into many Finance Apps. Where users constantly rely on their credit or debit cards for frequent banking and e-commerce transactions.

Understanding the patterns of card usage from previous transactions. These intelligent apps inform users about any instances of unusual or suspicious payment attempt. Hence this very assistance keeps customers using these apps and increases their loyalty to service providers.

 

The mobile app development is done by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.[:in]The mobile app is developed by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.[:gb]The mobile app is developed by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.[:au]The mobile app is developed by computer programming professionals to run on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Many companies sell mobiles with pre-installed apps. Such as web browser, calendar, the mapping program. And a customized app for buying music or other media apps. Other interesting apps can be downloaded through the browser by paying the certain amount that includes whats app, share it, and various games.

 As A Mobile App Developer

As Mobile App Developer, your responsibilities will depend on a number of factors.  The first of these, of course, is the employer.  The second would be how much experience you have in developing apps, with the third major factor being the platform OS you develop apps for.

1. Responsible for developing applications, but also testing and improving them.

2. Quality and functionality of apps are in line with your clients’ requirements.

3. Write code for apps for specific operating environments.

4. Design and develop the app’s interface.

5. Communicate ideas and designs with team members

6. Provide support for your app, so that any issues that arise can immediately be dealt with

Future of Mobile application developer

The industry is now eight years into the mobile modernization and seven years since the emergence of the apps economy. It is the best time for the mobile app developers to be full-fledged in the next five to ten years.

Building quality and responsive apps can increase the customer interaction and provided greater advantages for the app development companies. Though many organizations develop the business apps for smart-devices, the impacting apps can influence the customer’s mind.

People find it better to access all necessary information and have some fun with apps. Subscription to apps is also a greater source of generating revenue for your businesses. Gaining reputation by increasing the brand’s visibility can find a place in markets to get a good frame over your competitors.

If you are considering a career in the mobile app industry. It’s no secret that apps have only gained popularity. Smartphone usage has only gone up, and it will continue to rise. Companies, organizations, and educational institutions are all resorting to apps to improve their accessibility and customer relations, and someone has to create those apps through collaboration. If you want to be the one to do that, there’re a few things you should know before you consider app development your primary career.

Jobs in Mobile App Development

Both large and small enterprises are constantly hiring for app development. If you don’t secure yourself entirely to one parent brand and absorb the needs of their individual companies, you can always look on places like Gumtree for trial jobs. Especially, in the beginning, you’ll want to apply your skills to budget jobs so you’ll have something to show in your portfolio. So as you gain experience, you’ll be able to move up the ladder by investigating corporate websites for companies that are looking to create or improve apps.

Mobile app development can be stressful, but experienced and dedicated developers will get back way more than what they put in. Take your education seriously and get plenty of practice before you shoot for the stars, and don’t forget to create yourself a portfolio website to showcase your accomplishments.

There is no ultimate, magical recipe for success. Brands must define what they want to achieve on mobile, analyze what works best for their app and optimize their mobile marketing strategy accordingly. But the more you know your audience, understand their needs and provide them with a unique, personalized user experience, the more likely you are to succeed. 

 Engage users one-on-one

Not all mobile users are alike. They will demonstrate different patterns and behaviors based on any number of characteristics, such as which type of device they use, where they live, how they found your app, and of course their own personal styles and tastes. One recent study, for example, found that app engagement is highest on weekends for iOS users but that the opposite is true for Android phone owners. Insights like these can help you decide when and how to deliver content, offers and other initiatives that cater to the user’s preferences and have maximum impact.

Onboarding and opt-in

Let users know upfront why they should opt-in to receive push notifications from your app; what added value it provides to them. Show how useful your app is and in how many ways it can benefit the user. For example, you can highlight personalized content and offers based on their preferences, exclusive offers or rewards.
Onboarding experience is your first conversation with your users. Show your app’s value and educate your users on your app features. Encourage your app users to complete their profile and add preferences with simple and easy onboarding steps.

Become data-driven

Apps can collect a goldmine of data on your users. And with the right analysis, any business can truly get to know its customers better and understand what makes them tick. But it’s up to you to harvest the right insights from your data and put it into action. In today’s competitive mobile landscape, these insights can help improve the app, deliver a more personalized experience, and, when promoting your app to obtain users, to understand which marketing and advertising channels are most successful.

Use limited-time offers to boost sales

Mobile messaging is different from most other marketing mediums because it generates a more instant response. Push notifications are noticed very fast and mobile can be used for shopping (both online and offline) and for assistance while shopping. Limited-time offers are great for boosting sales fast and when personalized they are often very much appreciated by the shoppers.
However, it is important to find the right balance and the adequate tone for the offers you send out. To do that, you first need to define what would really be the valuable offer to your users, based on their preferences.

Measure the performance

So now you have sent out some great push campaigns. But are they successful? To optimize your app engagement, you need to measure the performance of your campaigns. To do that, you need KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). Track conversions to see how successfully you are leading users to the desired action. Assess how responsive your app-users are to push notifications and anticipate churn using MMI (Mobile Media Index). Assess retention over time, meaning looking at how many apps are uninstalled, the opt-out rate to push and the number of dormant users. And then, optimize.[:in]There is no ultimate, magical recipe for success. Brands must define what they want to achieve on mobile, analyze what works best for their app and optimize their mobile marketing strategy accordingly. But the more you know your audience, understand their needs and provide them with a unique, personalized user experience, the more likely you are to succeed. 

 Engage users one-on-one

Not all mobile users are alike. They will demonstrate different patterns and behaviors based on any number of characteristics, such as which type of device they use, where they live, how they found your app, and of course their own personal styles and tastes. One recent study, for example, found that app engagement is highest on weekends for iOS users but that the opposite is true for Android phone owners. Insights like these can help you decide when and how to deliver content, offers and other initiatives that cater to the user’s preferences and have maximum impact.

Onboarding and opt-in

Let users know upfront why they should opt-in to receive push notifications from your app; what added value it provides to them. Show how useful your app is and in how many ways it can benefit the user. For example, you can highlight personalized content and offers based on their preferences, exclusive offers or rewards.
Onboarding experience is your first conversation with your users. Show your app’s value and educate your users on your app features. Encourage your app users to complete their profile and add preferences with simple and easy onboarding steps.

Become data-driven

Apps can collect a goldmine of data on your users. And with the right analysis, any business can truly get to know its customers better and understand what makes them tick. But it’s up to you to harvest the right insights from your data and put it into action. In today’s competitive mobile landscape, these insights can help improve the app, deliver a more personalized experience, and, when promoting your app to obtain users, to understand which marketing and advertising channels are most successful.

Use limited-time offers to boost sales

Mobile messaging is different from most other marketing mediums because it generates a more instant response. Push notifications are noticed very fast and mobile can be used for shopping (both online and offline) and for assistance while shopping. Limited-time offers are great for boosting sales fast and when personalized they are often very much appreciated by the shoppers.
However, it is important to find the right balance and the adequate tone for the offers you send out. To do that, you first need to define what would really be the valuable offer to your users, based on their preferences.

Measure the performance

So now you have sent out some great push campaigns. But are they successful? To optimize your app engagement, you need to measure the performance of your campaigns. To do that, you need KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). Track conversions to see how successfully you are leading users to the desired action. Assess how responsive your app-users are to push notifications and anticipate churn using MMI (Mobile Media Index). Assess retention over time, meaning looking at how many apps are uninstalled, the opt-out rate to push and the number of dormant users. And then, optimize.[:gb]There is no ultimate, magical recipe for success. Brands must define what they want to achieve on mobile, analyze what works best for their app and optimize their mobile marketing strategy accordingly. But the more you know your audience, understand their needs and provide them with a unique, personalized user experience, the more likely you are to succeed. 

 Engage users one-on-one

Not all mobile users are alike. They will demonstrate different patterns and behaviors based on any number of characteristics, such as which type of device they use, where they live, how they found your app, and of course their own personal styles and tastes. One recent study, for example, found that app engagement is highest on weekends for iOS users but that the opposite is true for Android phone owners. Insights like these can help you decide when and how to deliver content, offers and other initiatives that cater to the user’s preferences and have maximum impact.

Onboarding and opt-in

Let users know upfront why they should opt-in to receive push notifications from your app; what added value it provides to them. Show how useful your app is and in how many ways it can benefit the user. For example, you can highlight personalized content and offers based on their preferences, exclusive offers or rewards.
Onboarding experience is your first conversation with your users. Show your app’s value and educate your users on your app features. Encourage your app users to complete their profile and add preferences with simple and easy onboarding steps.

Become data-driven

Apps can collect a goldmine of data on your users. And with the right analysis, any business can truly get to know its customers better and understand what makes them tick. But it’s up to you to harvest the right insights from your data and put it into action. In today’s competitive mobile landscape, these insights can help improve the app, deliver a more personalized experience, and, when promoting your app to obtain users, to understand which marketing and advertising channels are most successful.

Use limited-time offers to boost sales

Mobile messaging is different from most other marketing mediums because it generates a more instant response. Push notifications are noticed very fast and mobile can be used for shopping (both online and offline) and for assistance while shopping. Limited-time offers are great for boosting sales fast and when personalized they are often very much appreciated by the shoppers.
However, it is important to find the right balance and the adequate tone for the offers you send out. To do that, you first need to define what would really be the valuable offer to your users, based on their preferences.

Measure the performance

So now you have sent out some great push campaigns. But are they successful? To optimize your app engagement, you need to measure the performance of your campaigns. To do that, you need KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). Track conversions to see how successfully you are leading users to the desired action. Assess how responsive your app-users are to push notifications and anticipate churn using MMI (Mobile Media Index). Assess retention over time, meaning looking at how many apps are uninstalled, the opt-out rate to push and the number of dormant users. And then, optimize.[:au]There is no ultimate, magical recipe for success. Brands must define what they want to achieve on mobile, analyze what works best for their app and optimize their mobile marketing strategy accordingly. But the more you know your audience, understand their needs and provide them with a unique, personalized user experience, the more likely you are to succeed. 

Tactics For Successful Mobile Marketing

 Engage users one-on-one

Not all mobile users are alike. They will demonstrate different patterns and behaviors based on any number of characteristics, such as which type of device they use, where they live, how they found your app, and of course their own personal styles and tastes. One recent study, for example, found that app engagement is highest on weekends for iOS users but that the opposite is true for Android phone owners. Insights like these can help you decide when and how to deliver content, offers and other initiatives that cater to the user’s preferences and have maximum impact.

Onboarding and opt-in

Let users know upfront why they should opt-in to receive push notifications from your app; what added value it provides to them. Show how useful your app is and in how many ways it can benefit the user. For example, you can highlight personalized content and offers based on their preferences, exclusive offers or rewards.
Onboarding experience is your first conversation with your users. Show your app’s value and educate your users on your app features. Encourage your app users to complete their profile and add preferences with simple and easy onboarding steps.

Become data-driven

Apps can collect a goldmine of data on your users. And with the right analysis, any business can truly get to know its customers better and understand what makes them tick. But it’s up to you to harvest the right insights from your data and put it into action. In today’s competitive mobile landscape, these insights can help improve the app, deliver a more personalized experience, and, when promoting your app to obtain users, to understand which marketing and advertising channels are most successful.

Use limited-time offers to boost sales

Mobile messaging is different from most other marketing mediums because it generates a more instant response. Push notifications are noticed very fast and mobile can be used for shopping (both online and offline) and for assistance while shopping. Limited-time offers are great for boosting sales fast and when personalized they are often very much appreciated by the shoppers.
However, it is important to find the right balance and the adequate tone for the offers you send out. To do that, you first need to define what would really be the valuable offer to your users, based on their preferences.

Measure the performance

So now you have sent out some great push campaigns. But are they successful? To optimize your app engagement, you need to measure the performance of your campaigns. To do that, you need KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). Track conversions to see how successfully you are leading users to the desired action. Assess how responsive your app-users are to push notifications and anticipate churn using MMI (Mobile Media Index). Assess retention over time, meaning looking at how many apps are uninstalled, the opt-out rate to push and the number of dormant users. And then, optimize.