by Sneha, on Oct 6, 2016 1:10:29 PM
In a seemingly largest announcement on hardware, Google recently unveiled its interesting array of devices as well as services on October 4 in San Francisco. This newest range of devices put Amazon's Echo and Apple's iPhones right in the limelight.
A recent mobile development trends and price benchmark report by ContractIQ has thrown light into some interesting trends in the mobile space. The sector is an extremely dynamic one and is constantly evolving thanks to innovations such as wearables and IoT. The report catches observations and feedback from mobile development agencies, product engineering companies and mobile design companies.
Today, Android phones are extremely popular. The user base of Android is well over one billion people. The Google platform has seen great improvement in various areas such as battery life, faster apps which use less memory, improved programming APIs and UI. In an effort to better the UI experience, introduced ‘Material Design’ with an intention to bridge the gap between the real and digital world.
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