2013 Mobile Predictions – from Appcelerator/IDC Report

With the BYOD becoming the norm for enterprise application and its users, here is an IDC report on how the mobile development landscape will look like in 2013.

Download the Appcelerator/IDC Q4 2012 Mobile Developer Report.

Some Key findings:

  • Interest in iOS and Android Platforms Remains Stable
    Despite the introduction of new products in Q4 and the massive success of devices like the iPod mini, Amazon Kindle, Samsung Galaxy S III, and iPhone 5, developer interest in the most popular platforms (i.e. iOS, Android, Blackberry) remains high, but relatively unchanged since Q3 2012.
  • Amazon Kindle Struggles
    Despite Amazon’s sizeable investment in its signature Kindle tablet, developers doubt that the device provides significant revenue opportunities.
  • Google Nexus Starts Strong
    An unprecedented number of respondents express strong interest in developing mobile apps for the Nexus platform.
  • Microsoft Surface Insufficient
    Microsoft’s Surface tablet has yet to excite the developer community.
  • Mobile Will Forever Change Retail
    Mobile developers anticipate that it is “likely to very likely” that most retail companies will have enabled mobile commerce in 2013.

Posted on December 19, 2012, in Blog, Market Trends, Mobile. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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