Mobile App Development Trends to Dominate the Market (Updated 2023)
Increasing use of a smartphone with the internet leads to the increasing use of connected devices. Along with convenience to users, this brings in a great business opportunity. Let’s understand which mobile app development trends will surface in 2023.
Table of Contents
- Artificial Intelligence (Chatbots)
- Low Code Development
- Continuous Integration and Delivery
- Motion and Location Sensing
- Human Augmentation
- Progressive Web Apps and Instant Apps
- Wearable Devices
- Application Performance Management (APM)/ Enterprise Mobile Management
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Big Data
- In Conclusion
Mobile App Development Trends to Dominate the Market in 2023
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Artificial Intelligence (Chatbots)
The world of chatbots is constantly evolving, with tech giants leading the charge in developing new and innovative AI-powered conversational interfaces. In recent years, Microsoft and Google have made significant strides in this area, with Microsoft launched their ChatGPT platform and Google working on their own system called Bard, which is set to launch in the near future.
ChatGPT, developed by (Open.ai) Microsoft, is a powerful AI language model that is trained on vast amounts of text data to generate human-like responses to user queries. It can be integrated into a range of applications, from customer service chatbots to virtual assistants, and is designed to improve over time as it learns from user interactions.
On the other hand, Google’s Bard is an upcoming chatbot platform that promises to offer a more advanced level of conversational intelligence, allowing it to understand and respond to more complex user queries. The system will leverage Google’s expertise in natural language processing and machine learning to deliver a more human-like experience for users.
As these tech giants continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible with chatbots, we can expect to see even more advanced and sophisticated AI-powered systems in the future. These technologies have the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with machines and offer a glimpse into a future where human-machine interactions are seamless, intuitive, and natural.
Low Code Development
This trend simplifies complex programming requirements, provides a simple interface to create interactive apps and avoids a lot of manual work.
Continuous Integration and Delivery
App gets into production for thorough testing that accelerates delivery, improves functionality and delivers products faster.
Motion and Location Sensing
Motion and location-sensing technology are used in Indoor navigation mapping systems, Integrated Inertial Navigation System (INS), Global positioning systems (GPS), trend-setting sensor technologies and radar antenna motion compensation. These technologies account for strap-down inertial systems and planned accuracy improvements. It helps in delivering products on-demand, tags to keep track of children and old people and people with asphyxia, patients with Schizophrenia, and Alzheimer’s disease. All these possibilities cannot be ruled out any time shortly and thus will trend in coming years.
Smartphones are used to order groceries, daily essentials, electronics, cosmetics, pantry and perishable food items, accessories. Quick P2P payment options make it even more conducive to curve this trend ahead in 2023.
Technologies are coming up to complement human efforts, to enhance or replace the natural abilities of people like devices to restore eyesight or hearing aids and improve natural capabilities with Google Lens/Google Glass etc.
Progressive Web Apps and Instant Apps
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are mobile applications that are accessible via web browsers. Instant Apps are accessible via small icons “Try Now” buttons without the need to install. Both these are mobile applications based on the same concept but function in different ways.
Inbuilt technologies in wearable/handheld devices monitor health and fitness, predict health (heart rate, step count, weight, calories, sleep quality, general activities). This data may not be accessible by the concerned medical consultant to warn people about potential symptoms helpful in the pre-disease stage. Besides precisely prescribing medicines, screening by wearable devices often leads to finding medical conditions. It is in trend for the last few years and will continue to beam in 2023.
Application Performance Management (APM)/ Enterprise Mobile Management
Test engineers use Application Performance Management (APM) to boost the app’s overall performance. Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) is a process/platform to enable the mobile/portable devices, used by employees that should be allowed to access the network. This streamlines the business processes by helping in mobile computing. This strengthens network security and employee productivity. Besides, it enhances app security, managing finances and maintaining the application.
Internet of Things (IoT)
With the increasing number of devices connected with the internet, some new processes will come into place in a combination of AI and big data for maximum productiveness. 2023 will find an increasing trend towards writing code for energy-efficient connected devices.
Smart tools for bigdata process, storing everything in memory, instead of storing data after every calculation. It calls for the need to have batch processing frameworks.
Which mobile app development trends will cover up 2023?
Hybrid app development, Native app development will continue emerging with upcoming technologies, programming languages and smartphones.