Currently, with the increase in the number, quality and design of mobile devices, mobile applications are also becoming more and more perfect, constantly evolving to meet the increasing needs of mobile devices. user’s high.
We have heard about technologies such as 5G, Blockchain, AI (Artificial Intelligence), IoT… these are all promising technologies and are being developed by countries and organizations.
So in today’s article, I will learn with you what the trends of mobile application development in the future will be like.
#first. 5G . Technology
5G is a mobile communication technology that holds great promise in the coming years because it has many outstanding advantages compared to its predecessor 4G technology.
The advantages of 5G network are in terms of speed, latency, support for connecting devices and signal transmission.
In this article, I will not specifically analyze these advantages because most people know what the power of 5G networks is, not only that, but there are also detailed analysis articles on the blog.
Instead, I will answer the question of how the development of 5G networks affects the development of mobile applications.
For example, today, virtual reality simulation games or online games with high graphics quality are being developed.
However, to develop these applications requires a good information transmission infrastructure to minimize the situation that they often call “lag”, delay…
Fortunately, if the infrastructure for the 5G network is built (with a transmission speed about 100 times higher than the 4G network), the above problem will be solved. We will have high-quality online game applications, real-time 3D simulation applications…
#2. Augmented Reality (AR)
Virtual Reality (VR – Virtual Reality) is probably not a strange concept to us anymore, but in recent years we have known more augmented reality (AR – Augmented Reality)
So what is AR and how does it affect the development of mobile applications?
First, to answer the question of what AR is, you can simply imagine that augmented reality will simulate the actual physical space around us, but can insert virtualization details into it. .
For example, a fairly famous game, Pokemon Go or the movie Fee Gay, is also built and inspired by AR technology.
Speaking of which, you can probably imagine how AR will affect the development of mobile applications, right!
Imagine there is an application that allows us to sit in very distant places but still talk and collaborate with each other as if we were standing in front of each other.
Or more practical, being able to try on a garment without going to the store, you just need to turn on the application, put on the augmented reality glasses and everything will be displayed before your eyes.
#3. Machine Learning (Machine Learning) and Artificial intelligence (WHO)
The “hot” of machine learning technology (Machine Learning) and Artificial Intelligence (Artifical Intelligence) is no longer controversial.
But this is really a relatively difficult field and it requires a lot of research and study effort.
Currently, I see that in Vietnam, when it comes to artificial intelligence technologies, people often refer to the ability to process artificial information (video, images, writing, sound) and predict (based on artificial intelligence). large data sets).
Specifically, there are currently many applications that allow automatic text-to-speech conversion, handwriting analysis, voice … Or more typically, applications that allow predicting an event or event can be happen in the future.
It sounds a bit “fiction” but we just don’t know. For example, weather forecasting products or systems that can analyze and forecast business situations are being developed.
Then, mobile applications will act as a bridge and a tool to deploy as well as collect data and serve problems of artificial intelligence or machine learning.
#4. Electronic wallet (Mobile Wallet)
Currently in Vietnam in particular and the world in general, e-wallets are gradually becoming a convenient and popular payment tool.
More specifically about e-wallets, I also have a separate article, if you want to refer to it, you can read more here: https://blogchiasekienthuc.com/tai-chinh/en-dien-tu-la-gi.html
I have explained in detail what an e-wallet is, why it was born and growing. In today’s article, I only focus on answering the question of how the introduction of e-wallets affects the development of mobile applications.
The business problem of e-wallets is probably no longer strange to us. But the problem that e-wallets face and also their desire is the user.
The larger the number of users, the more complicated the problem becomes and it promotes how mobile application development must meet the following criteria: fast (speed) – light (capacity) – diverse (services). – information security)
To do this is not simple and it is really a problem for the e-wallets that have more and more users today.
#5. Internet of Things (Iodine)
IoT – Internet of Things (translated into Vietnamese as Internet of Things or Connected Things) is a technology that describes the connection of many electronic devices, applications, etc. together into an intelligent system.
What is an intelligent system?
There are many definitions, but you can simply understand that it is a system that ensures the connection and operation of devices and components in the system so that these devices can be independent or coordinated with each other. together to simplify traditional tasks.
So how does the development of IoT affect the trend of developing mobile applications?
Imagine having an app that lets you turn on the air conditioner before you get home, can automatically water the plants even when you’re on a business trip, automatically turn on/off the electricity when you come home or leave the house, automatically open the gate when you come back…
This is what has existed in smart homes (Smart Home) developed under the model of IoT technology. The problem is that instead of using remotes, we use a mobile app installed on our phones to control them all.
To develop such a specific application will not be the same as building a simple application. Developers must have a deep understanding of how the device’s hardware works, finding ways for mobile applications to “communicate” with those devices.
It can be said that IoT is a combination that requires us to understand both hardware devices, software, and network infrastructure to be able to produce a complete product.
Conclusion: Closing today’s article with 5 technologies that I think more or less of you have heard or even experienced.
The next part 2, I will “take attendance” with you for the remaining 5 technologies. There may be technologies you have never heard of 🙂 see you in the next article!
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