Top Android App Development Trends To Look For


Digital mobility app development change and evolve. It’s a fact that things can change very quickly and you must stay on top of all the latest trends.  New techniques, cross platform solutions or even new cellular technology are driving tools and trends in the mobile development space.

This year there have been several interesting new developments, some of which you may not be aware of. Here’s a rundown of the top Android app development trends.

Instant Apps

Wouldn’t it be great if you could try out apps without having to install them on your device? The good news is that it is now very much a reality. You can try out apps without having to invest in an installation.

These apps don’t take up additional space on your device and you can simply use them online whenever you want. This will give you more storage space on your device and reduce clutter.

Machine Learning and AI

Artificial intelligence has been around for a while. However, it is now at the forefront of just about everything. Natural language processing, data analysis, and image recognition have all seen lots of enhancements in 2022.

These improvements will likely continue to make strides in the upcoming year. From AI singers to Art Creation. AI is taking things to a next level when it comes to increased productivity.

Google Assistant/Chatbot

The integration of Google Assistant and chatbot is one of the biggest trends in business this year. Businesses are able to connect their app content and services with Google Assistant.

They can choose specific functions of the app they want to integrate with Google Assistant. Google Assistant will then make available the right type of content for specific users of the business app.

AR Apps

Augmented reality apps (AR) are becoming increasingly popular and will continue along this trajectory. It is likely that many businesses will start to use AR to showcase new and existing products. Apple and IKEA have joined forces to show buyers how IKEA furniture will look in their homes. This will help consumers make better purchasing decisions. If the Apple/IKEA collaboration is successful, you can expect to see this trend explode across many industries.

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