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How important has app development become?

07 June 2013

There are currently over a billion smartphones in the world, which is one in four mobile phones. When you add to this the fact that 80% of a person’s time on a smartphone is spent using apps, there is little else needed to convince people that mobile applications are a huge market and, for many, a massive part of everyday life. Many big software development companies are moving away from the PC market towards the mobile market and we see no reason why others shouldn’t follow suit.

There are tales of ‘overnight success’ littered throughout the Apple app store with people going from 9 to 5 jobs to managing multi-million dollar companies through the sale of one app. Cut the Rope, Doodle Jump, iSteam and Harbor Master are all examples of this. However, these so-called ‘overnight successes’ actually involved months of development and years of training. But this doesn’t mean that this kind of success is impossible for you. The market for mobile apps is growing, as well as the market for smartphones, so there are thousands of great ideas waiting to be explored.

We have mentioned over the past few months that we have partnered up with Amsys, the app development training course specialists, to bring you the training that you need to be a success on the app store. So, over the next few weeks we will take you through all the different training courses you can take to hone your app development skills. Amsys cover everything from app development for the iPad to Google Android development.

So, if you’re looking for app store success, take a look at our App Development courses and give Total Training Solutions a call today on 0800 612 1299 or contact us via the website.

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