A new shocking report has revealed that the tablet market ruled by iPad is soon to lose its supremacy. Being dominated by Android tablets, though there’s no particular reason for this downfall.
ABI Research states that Android is using innovation in much more affordable and value-generated way to displace Apple. To compete with Apple’s 10-inch tablet Android creates 7-inch tablet for users. A smart move, indeed.
Google updates its SDK warning developers not to create apps that enhances the above two problems.
A recent study indicates that if Android improves its user experience (users returning devices, complaining of app downloads and installations and so on) it saves half a million dollars.
Apple won the hearts and loyalty of millions of users owing to a great user experience it guarantees and delivers, as well. IDC has revealed that iPad looses 40% of its iPad shipments, in the first quarter of 2013.
Sundar Pichai of Google promises some great upgrades to Android. He hinted that Android and Chrome may not become one, as of now. With time, things may change but that too depends on the demands and wants of the consumers. WhatsApp plus
With the introduction of Google Studio things might become easier, faster and better for app developers. With over 700,000 apps in the market Android has no time to spare.
ABI Research says that Android will account for 58% of smartphone app downloads in 2013. Apple follows second in its market share lead with 33%. The other two runner-ups in this race are Microsoft’s Windows Phone with approximately 4% and BlackBerry at 3% only.
Android is trending faster than any other operating system. At this rate, it may see more and more smartphone owners adopting the Android-strategy. Besides, research by Distimo informs that the share of revenue collected by major app stores has ‘increased’ tremendously in the last six months.
What Makes A User Trust A Brand?
Deliverables. Pro-active service, unique performance, and unmatched quality, custom features, (with true-to-believe or authentic testimonials).
Statistics go a long way, for users to take a buying decision. Due to frequently changing statistical numbers, not many people get influenced by them. What actually counts is the user experience when the product is under use.