If you love mobility, you cannot live without apps. Apps are now the vital part of your daily computing need. Whether you want to send a full reply for an important email or searching a restaurant in a city, apps help a lot. Also, apps can help you find more new options other than the regular ones. There are apps in app-stores to create a list of popular places or things you want to do and in the mean time, these apps also let you explore what other people are adding in their lists. There are genius mobile app developers working behind such apps that help users discover what other people are adding in their list of places-to-visit or activities-to-do.
Apps are now technologically advanced and running on rather matured mobile platforms which can replicate most of the functions of desktop level computers. So with apps, now it’s not difficult to hanging out in real world and discover that what other people are doing or saying for things you also want to do.
Apps as tiny virtual tools can also help real life problem in an effortless way. Let us refer you an old example. In 2011, Tesco, the world’s leading British multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer, opened virtual shops at subway stations in South Korea. They offered an opportunity to busy South Koreans to shops daily household stuff while waiting for trains to reach at the stations. They plastered the walls of stations with pictures of products, each with unique QR code which could be scanned through the camera of a smartphones. These digital shelves are like real shelves, showcasing from fruits to vegetables, to fishes, to meat, to drinks and so on.
Apps are also influencing the way companies and their employees have been working so far. Mobile developers are coming with innovative app idea to help companies solve a number of issues, enabling remote working even when employees are travelling or not at their work stations, replace and even cutting down the use of paper, and participating in important meetings anytime, anywhere. Forward-thinking businesses and companies are exploring potential advantages of going mobile and how the features and functions of mobile phones can easily solve real life problems without touching the desktop or become available in the offices.
Apps are already helping travelers around the world in finding roads and direction through GPS enabled smartphones. Now they can share location with persons they want to meet with. Turn by turn directions help users easily reach their destinations.
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