Mobile World Congress 2016- the largest mobile trade show of the year held in Barcelona, the European showcase for Everything of Mobile, hybrid laptops and bunch of future technologies. It kicked off with two major flagship smartphones launch: LG's G5 and Samsung's Galaxy S7. Mobile is Everything was the theme of 2016's event and nothing could be truer; everywhere and anywhere your eyes reach, everything was MOBILE.
Virtual Reality: The 1st day was of VR. Samsung revealed Gear VR headsets whereas HTC disclosed launch dates and pricing for the Vive, Mark Zuckerberg made an appearance at the launching event of Samsung and proclaimed a new Facebook team responsible for developing social applications compatible with VR handsets.
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Gone are the days where people use to say mobile first, but the 'World of Mobile Only' is on the doorstep. The trend of consumer mobile usage made SMEs think from a business perspective to remain in the market, as the digital customers are looking for mobile apps and mobile friendly business portals.
Applications are effective and comfortable to use, so the appeal to create an application is very strong. Mobile apps can keep customers connected to the business, help a business stay organized, and even help business become more recognizable. As applications become more prominent, they are also gaining relevance, especially when it comes to helping a business grow and run smoothly. Think about how many applications have on a mobile device right now. More than a billion applications were downloaded in 2015! It’s time to put these applications to good use.
Responsive Web Design gives absolute adaptability to virtually any device. It makes website dynamic, which is necessary for all modern websites. As a matter of fact, statistics show that most websites will be viewed on mobile devices in the coming future, so going responsive is the answer to coping with that.
It has helped content marketers evolve and develop much more engaging content experiences by doing such thing that sounds easy; however one need to put efforts wisely to displaying the same content differently across devices effectively. According to Marketingexperiments, device adaptive design strategies benefited major businesses in increase conversions by 56%. While implementing responsive design is challenging, as many developers and publishers are still struggling to adapt their content to different layouts, there are rising technologies which they can leverage in order to give consumers a seamless experience.
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