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Mobile Application Market 2016 to grow at a CAGR of 31.05% during the period to 2020

The boom in the Mobile market and the upsurge in usage of smart phones are driving the market for mobile applications. Mobile applications are developed to enable users to get access to services similar to those that are received when accessing the apps through a personal computer. The adoption of mobile apps that are B2C are significantly higher than that of the mobile apps that are B2B. However, both still have higher opportunities for growth. Currently there are more than 3.17 million applications available on various app stores and a very large base of mobile application developers who develop mobile apps for app stores.

Global Mobile Application Market to grow at a CAGR of 31.05% over the period 2014-2019.

“The growing popularity of mobile applications is resulting in the expansion of mobile websites, with enterprises creating their own mobile applications to drive consumer engagement,”.

The latest report emphasizes the growing mobile workforce worldwide, which has created a market for apps to suit different needs. This helps organizations attain better business outcomes from a mobile and dispersed work force.

“Many leading application development companies are focusing on design and development of customized mobile applications in line with business aspects across various mobile operating systems,”.

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This report provides information about the market size and forecasts of the Global Mobile Application market for the period 2014-2019. This report also covers information about the market segmentation by its type, application category, revenue model, and geography. The three key regions covered in this report are the Americas, the EMEA region, and the APAC region.

Global Mobile Application Market 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Global Mobile Application market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a profile of the key vendors operating in this market.

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It is also estimated that IT organizations will dedicate at least 25 percent of their software budgets to mobile app development, deployment and management in the coming years.

The new report covers the current scenario and growth prospects of the Global Mobile Application Market. To calculate the overall market size, the report considers the revenue generated through the sales of mobile applications worldwide.

Key Vendors

King Digital Entertainment
Rovio Entertainment

Peeple mobile app for rating people rolls out in North America

The controversial application has been causing a massive stir since last year and it is now launching.

Following a significant controversy in 2015, Peeple, a mobile app with the nickname “Yelp for people” has made its North American launch so that users will be able to rate and review others.

The design of this mobile application lets individuals rate and review anyone they know.

This doesn’t just mean celebrities and people in the public eye. This mobile app lets users give star ratings and reviews for neighbors, co-workers and anyone else they know. Peeple was first unveiled in October 2015 and faced serious criticism from the media as well as across social media and among celebrities. A tremendous number of people objected to the idea of being able to be reviewed in the same way that restaurants or products were being reviewed online.

Some new rules are now allowing the mobile app to proceed forward with its strategy to let users rate each other.

The initial description of the Peeple app explained that users would be capable of adding any name they wanted to the service so they would be able to create a review and a rating for that person. That individual would not be able to opt out of their presence on the app and of that review. That created a tremendous concern in the media and among social media users with regards to the risk of bullying.

Furthermore, positive ratings could be immediately displayed on the app, but low star rankings and negative reviews were required to be placed in a 48 hour hold. In that way, the individual leaving the review was supposed to be given enough time to “work it out” with the other person in the form of a private message.

Public outrage voiced over the mobile app features forced changes to be made to the application before it could be published. Now, Peeple is required to allow ratings only for people who have opted into the network. That way, an individual’s name cannot be added to the service by someone else. As a verification of the person’s identity, sign-ins are conducted through a person’s Facebook account, which is required to have been active for six months before it is approved. A second identification verification is required in the form of a phone number.