Friday, 29 April 2016

Scope of Mobile Application Development In Future


In the last one or two year the users of mobile phones has rapidly increased and counting is still on. India stands second in the number of active mobile phones in the world. Out of the six billion mobile phones in the world, around one billion is being used in India (70% of our current population of India). Around 6 million subscribers every month join.

People using smart-phones demands for better applications and update for existing one, which in turn huge scope of android mobile application development in India

Nowadays Android has become very popular which is an open-source, Linux-based operating system mainly designed by Google for smart-phones and tablets. It is designed in such ways that allows the developers and device manufacturers companies to alter the software design according to their needs.

Many mobile Apps development industries are considering Android Application Development as one of the best business opportunities, for this they need to hire a lot of knowledgeable mobile application developer in future. This adds a big sign of scope of mobile Apps in future.

In the current job market of mobile application development, the need for inventive App developers is huge and still increasing. Android Apps development can also be taken up as a part time job. You can create your own applications at home and submit it to the Google Play store which can be downloaded by smart-phone users.

Android Programming language is very easy to learn and app  development is cost effective this put Android into extraordinary use.  Developer can develop Apps in different ways as per their need and wish.

India is a big IT hubs for several globally recognized companies.  Reasons for this are that software development and service in India is  highly cost effective. Before Android, the market of mobile app  development industry was dominated by Symbian and iOS. Then Android has  come with the option for dynamic application development at lower cost  which rapidly increased the popularity of Android in India. People  willing to use smart-phone have a new option as Android which is cheaper  than other smart-phones.
Mobile companies like Samsung and HTC phones use Android OS in their  product which has taken over the mobile phone reign in India. Also the  cell phone models they introduce have variations in their Android OS.  This has created a competition of developing best Apps, which ultimately  benefits smart-phone users. Due to huge market of smart-phone users,  not only Samsung and HTC, many other mobile manufacture companies have  came into market of making smart-phone.

India Enters Elite GPS Club With Launch Of Newest Satellite: Top 10 Developments

  1. NavIC - or Navigation With Indian Constellation - will be operational within four months and offer a host of services like terrestrial and marine navigation, assistance during disasters, vehicle tracking, fleet management and navigation for drivers.
  2. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who watched the launch via a live video link, congratulated the scientists at India's space agency Indian Space Research Organisation or ISRO.
  3. "We used to be dependent on others for navigation, today we have become independent. This system is dedicated to our sailors and the world will know it as NavIC," PM Modi said.
  4. Currently only five nations have a satellite system offering Global Positioning - the original GPS is owned by the US Air Force and Russia has its parallel system GLONASS.
  5. China's BeiDou offers regional coverage. It is being expanded to a global system. Europe's Galileo, a civil global system, is yet to be operational.
  6. Each of these satellite systems have between 28 and 35 satellites - a larger number by far compared to the Indian system, which has seven.
  7. But while most other systems are global or moving towards it, the Indian system is regional in nature. The abbreviated name for the satellite series - IRNSS -- stands for Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System.
  8. "The Indian system will provide positional accuracy of less than 20 meters," said AS Ganeshan, retired programme director of ISRO's Satellite Navigation Progamme.
  9. Officials of ISRO said the cost of building the satellite system was Rs. 1,420 crore.
  10. The first satellite of the series, IRNSS-1A, was launched in July 2013. Two more satellites were launched the next year. In January and March this year, ISRO placed fifth and the sixth satellites -- IRNSS-1E and IRNSS-1F -- in space.