India is behind only USA in term of quantity and quality of mobile app developed on the planet. The technical expertise and pace at which mobile app market place is growing will certainly outrank USA very soon.
In 2020… There will be a widespread belief that the World Wide Web is less important and useful than in the past and apps are the dominant factor in people’s lives.” – PewResearch Internet Project
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Chat by Google is the new messaging system unite Android’s different messaging services and compete with Facebook’s WhatsApp and Apple’s iMessage. This app will enable Android users with a built-in messaging app that use rich communication services (RCS) technology, it will operate on the data network instead of mobile signal.
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Android P developer preview released by Google is a window into exciting features intended to enrich the user experience. Google mentioned the motive of release as a step to collect feedback from developers community which will be beneficial to evolve the upcoming Android version to match user requirements.
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Google Pay in a new mobile wallet introduced recently by Google. It is launched with a motive to make online payments smoother than before by becoming a one-stop solution to pay online. A user can avail the service once they add credit or debit card issued by their bank into the app.
While technology is evolving by the day and mobile apps are constantly growing, expanding and establishing themselves in the market. Now like any other risk in an enterprise mobile app security could become an incremental issue, especially when dealing with sensitive and private information.