If you draw an analogy between the apps we use today and the ones we used a few years ago, the difference is striking. In the early 2000s, apps only showed content that was possible, instead of showing content that people wanted. Today the rules are different.

We see intuitive content that never deviates from the interests and expectations of the user. Technical innovations, including gyroscopes and location data, are constantly being improved and care for the user experience.

Short Mobile Application Development History

If we go back to the origins of designing and developing mobile applications, we find that the first applications were calendars, calculators, and even games developed in the Java environment. Interestingly, the world’s first smartphone was released by IBM in 1993. It had features such as a contact book, calendar, world clock, and a calculator.

A few years later, in 2002, the next Blackberry smartphone was released. This was one of the major advances in mobile application development that made the name of the humble company Blackberry Limited, also known as Research in Motion Limited (RIM), immortal. Their work led to the integration of a concept known as wireless email.

Data to determine demographic and other characteristics, study of preferences and behaviors of the person on the other side of the screen – millions of applications collect information every day to better meet your expectations. All this happens automatically, without human intervention. Think back to how Amazon surprises you with products you’ve already browsed and then makes recommendations based on previous searches.

User satisfaction and user experience are the reason why mobile app development is extremely popular today. Very soon, computers will collect whatever you are looking for, according to your preferences, into an application, displaying data on a smartphone screen.

Besides, mobile applications are becoming more and more diverse, allowing tech-savvy users to find the best option for themselves. People are looking for an app that is seamless and seamless. We use several different mobile apps every day, and each of them makes life a lot easier. With the advent of the Internet of Things, they are moving to a qualitatively new level, where the world is centered at the tip of your finger.