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2011 Outlook for Mobile Applications in India and China: Consumer and Enterprise, Directions and Growth Forecasts

January 5, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  InfoWorld

Mobile application development has gone multiplatform, with Apple iPhone and Google Android the top preferences by developers, according to a Forrester Research report released late in 2010.

To avoid being overwhelmed by multiplatform complexity, Forrester recommends developers establish a multidevice strategy for both development and testing in 2011. Single-device support is giving way to multidevice accommodation, Forrester said. Multidevice shops are now in the majority, with one in four IT shops supporting all types of personal mobile devices employees bring to work. Some employers let employees choose from a list of approved devices and OSes.

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