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Why is iphone app development surpassing the Android? How does it affect the market?  

If we go with the survey and statistics till 2015, Android dominates the global smartphone market with 84.1%; that simply converts to around 2.2 billion apps available on Google Play Store. This is huge, isn’t it? Of Course, it is. 

Everybody is talking about the drop-dead rivalry between the ruler and dominant ‘Android’ and the survivor cum hustler ‘Apple’ when it’s about the mobile development. Google makes every special efforts to take Android to the next level and just like their previous popular versions, Nougat is also doing amazing. Users love the features, the smoothness and the compatibilities with the device. The market changes, the curve fluctuates and the result flips in no time.

With the increased number of smartphone users, there comes an increase in the scope of mobile application development because they are easy to access and make lives easier with the best results.

If we go with the survey and statistics till 2015, Android dominates the global smartphone market with 84.1%; that simply converts to around 2.2 billion apps available on Google Play Store. This is huge, isn’t it? Of Course, it is.

Everything comes at a price; nothing comes without challenges. Apple’s mobile development platform has been consistently facing stiff competition from Android mobile app developers. No wonder why. Android has a greater influence on the market share, demographics, devices, revenue, and many vital aspects. Well, Apple does come with the similar attributes but not as cheaper as Android.

In this article, we will know the reasons how iphone app development growth is affecting the market by exceeding the Android app development. Following are the reasons that will probably lead the audience and users to know why the ruler can change in no time.

Quality matters

It has always been a debatable topic on how Apple is lagging behind Android since the quality of the prior is utmost and we all know it. Yes, quality matters for Apple and it has been the primary concern about anything they develop or create. Android has marked its presence significantly by doing the quantitative work and created a mixed implication on the users. It is a mere fact that the applications that are available on itunes are smoother, bugfree and frictionless than the ones found in the Android Play Store.

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Ad revenue counts

After the development, execution and launch of the application on the respective store, it is of the prior vitality to include the revenue factor into consideration. Because it matters and the ad revenue counts as much as the user experience and quality, it becomes more important for every mobile app development companies.

Valuing User Experience

For the end users, it is crucial how they feel about using the application on their respective devices. Valuing User Experience is one of the parameters every firm keeps in mind and it is the thing that matters more as the application grows fame. Apple is known to win the race in valuing the mobile experience

Tools that thrill

The mobile application and how it works depends upon the number of tools used to develop it. The higher the use of latest tools, superior is the quality. It simplifies the equation of comparison between the rivalries. Apple never compromise with the tools they use; Android don’t use low-quality tools but when it is equated with the prior, Android descends. 

This article is co-authored by Devendra Sikarwar who is working in a mobile application development company.

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