While Android devices dominate the marketplace due to their easy availability and affordable price point, the UX of the software has always been its weak point. No wonder, mobile app developers prefer designing for iOS. But given the market reach of Android, one cannot afford to ignore the software. Add to this, the release of Material design and you get an idea of how serious Google is about improving the overall design and user experience offered by Android. Despite Android’s major shift towards design, resources to create intuitive apps on the platform are limited. While it will take some time to develop a full-scale knowledge bank, you can still create great Android studio UX design by taking good care of three important aspects. Let’s find out what these points are.
As the holiday season for 2019 knocks on the door, people are updating their wishlists and planning shopping excursions. Businesses are also busy making strategies to make the most of the opportunity. For mobile app developers and marketers, in particular, the holiday season means a lot as more apps are downloaded in the U.S. at this juncture than at any other time of the year. In the upcoming holidays, millions of people will be unboxing their new mobile devices. The excitement of having a new smartphone, tablet or any other gadget is such that everyone who has them wants to fit them with the latest accessories and applications. No wonder mobile application downloads go up manifolds during holidays. That’s why this time of the year is so significant for app developers and marketers. It gives them the much-needed opportunity to showcase their latest offerings to consumers.
These days, smartphones are more than just phones- they are disruptive, networked multimedia devices, and in the years to come they will get even more advanced. One of the most important features of smartphones is mobility and it has definitely changed our lives for good. It has influenced the way we conduct business, communicate and collaborate. According to a recent finding, it has been estimated that around 62% of all digital media time is now spent on mobile and 80% of this time is spent on mobile apps.