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  1. 1. Smartphone Mobile OS (Consumer Statistics for iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Symbian)<br />Mobile Programming LLC<br />Head Office : 115 Broadway, 13th Floor New York, NY 10006<br />Ph: 212-397-7481, Fax. 212-931-8530<br />Email : info@mobileprogramming.com<br />Website : www.mobileprogramming.com<br />
  2. 2. Smartphone Mobile OS<br />According to a study by ComScore, in 2010 over 45.5 million people in the United States owned smart phones<br />It is the fastest growing segment of the mobile phone market, which comprised 234 million subscribers in the United States alone.<br />Operating systems that can be found on smart phones include Symbian OS (including S60 series), iOS, Palm WebOS, BlackBerry OS, Samsung bada phones running Linux, Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless, Windows Mobile, Android and Maemo. <br />WebOS, Android and Maemo are built on top of Linux, and the iOS is derived from the BSD and NeXTSTEP operating systems, which all are related to Unix.<br />
  3. 3. Smartphone Mobile OS<br />Statistics published in February 2010<br />showed that the <br />Symbiandevices comprised a 47.2% share of the smart mobile devices shipped in 2009, <br />RIMM having 20.8%, <br />Apple having 15.1% (through iPhone OS), <br />Microsoft having 8.8% (through Windows CE and Windows Mobile) and<br />Android having 4.7%<br />According to NPD Group, unit sales for Android OS smartphones ranked first among all smartphone OS handsets sold in the U.S in the second quarter of 2010, at 33%. BlackBerry OS is second at 28%, and iOS is ranked third with 22%.<br />
  4. 4. iPhoneOS <br />Introduction<br />iOS is Apple's mobile operating system developed originally for the iPhone, and later deployed on the iPod Touch and iPad as well. It is derived from Mac OS X, and is therefore a Unix-like operating system by nature.<br /> <br />OS Versions<br />iOS4 was launch in June 2010 and is the current version of the OS. <br />iOS4 works with iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G. Not all features are compatible with all devices. For example, multitasking is available only with iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS.<br /> <br />Development Framework<br />Development is done on Apple SDK and Objective-C programming language used for iOS development.<br />
  5. 5. iPhone App Store<br />Marketplace for the App is called the AppStore.<br />Setup fee is $99 for Individual, $299 for enterprise accounts (company size of 500 or more employees and a Dun & Bradstreet Number is required).<br />There are currently over 225,000 apps available for iPhone as of August 2010, with over 5 billion total downloads.<br />Approval process can take 1-2 weeks. <br />Universal Apps can run on both iPad and iPhone. Other apps are designed specifically for either iPad or iPhones.<br />iPhone OS <br />
  6. 6. Android OS<br />Introduction<br />Android was developed by Google and is based upon the Linux kernel and GNU software. There are currently over 70,000 apps available for Android as of August 2010, which makes it the second most popular mobile development target. Developers write managed code in the Java language, controlling the device via Google-developed Java libraries<br />Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of several companies which include Texas Instruments, Broadcom Corporation, Google, HTC, Intel, LG, Marvell Technology Group, Motorola, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung Electronics, Sprint Nexteland T-Mobile was unveiled with the goal to develop open standards for mobile devices.<br />On July 12, 2010 Google announced the availability of App Inventor for Android, a Web-based visual development environment for novice programmers, based on MIT's Open Blocks Java library and providing access to Android devices' GPS, accelerometer and orientation data, phone functions, text messaging, speech-to-text conversion, contact data, persistent storage, and Web services, initially including Amazon and Twitter<br />
  7. 7. OS Versions<br />Ver 1.1 Released 9 February 2009<br />On 30 April 2009, the official 1.5 (Cupcake)<br />On 15 September 2009, the 1.6 (Donut) SDK was released<br />On 26 October 2009 the 2.0 (Eclair) SDK was released<br />On 20 May 2010 the 2.2 (Froyo) SDK was released, This is the latest version of the SDK<br />3.0 (Gingerbread) Tentatively scheduled for Q4 2010 launch.<br /> <br />Development Framework<br />The current development Platform is Android 2.2 platform available as a downloadable component for the Android SDK. <br />Previous SDK versions include Android 1.5 Platform, Android 1.6 Platform, Android 2.1 Platform<br />Android OS<br />
  8. 8. Android OS<br />App Store<br />App store is called the android marketplace (http://www.android.com/market)<br />Setup fee is $25<br />There are currently over 70,000 apps available for Android as of August 2010.<br />Approval process is instantaneous<br />
  9. 9. Blackberry OS<br />Introduction<br />BlackBerry OS is RIM's proprietary mobile operating system, developed for its BlackBerry line of smartphone handhelds. The operating system provides multitasking and supports specialized input devices that have been adopted by RIM for use in its handhelds, particularly the trackwheel, trackball, and most recently, the trackpad and touchscreen.<br />The BlackBerry platform is perhaps best known for its native support for corporate email, which allows complete wireless activation and synchronization with Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, or Novell GroupWise email, calendar, tasks, notes, and contacts, when used in conjunction with BlackBerry Enterprise Server.<br />President of the United States Barack Obama became known for his dependence on a BlackBerry device for communication during his 2008 presidential campaign.<br />
  10. 10. OS Versions<br />The new BlackBerry OS 6.0 version, was release in August 2010.<br />Previous BlackBerry OS versions include 5.0 used in Bold, Tour, Curve and Storm<br />Development Framework<br />Development SDK uses Java® SDK v6.0, using either the Eclipse® environment or the legacy BlackBerry® Java® Development Environment (BlackBerry JDE).<br />Java allows one to create diverse, feature-rich apps for BlackBerry smartphones. Whether you want to push data, use streaming media or GPS navigation, create games or extend enterprise services, the development tools available for the BlackBerry platform provide you with the APIs to develop powerful, full-featured applications.<br />Blackberry OS<br />
  11. 11. Blackberry OS<br />App Store<br />App store is called the Blackberry App World (http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/appworld)<br />Setup fee is $200, per every 10 Apps<br />There are over 6,500 quality applications in the storefront today, and those apps are generating an average of nearly one million application downloads per day, as of August 2010.<br />Approval process can take up to 1-2 weeks.<br />
  12. 12. Symbian Platform and SymbianOS<br />Introduction<br />The Symbianplatform is a royalty-free, open source software (designated as the successor to Symbian OS) was officially made available as open source code in February 2010.<br />Devices based on Symbian OS account for 46.9% of smartphone sales, making it the world's most popular mobile operating system<br />
  13. 13. Symbian Platform and Symbian OS<br />OS Versions<br />On June 1st 2010, a number of Japanese companies including DoCoMoand Sharp announced smartphones using Symbian2. <br />The first phones running the open source version of the platform will be Symbian3 phones; one such phone, Nokia N8, has been announced<br />The current release date for Symbian3 SDK is October 2010<br />Development Framework<br />From 2010, Symbian switched to using standard C++ with Qt as the SDK, which can be used with either Qt Creator or Carbide. Qt supports the older Symbian S60 3rd and 5th editions, as well as the new Symbian platform. <br />It also supports Maemo and Meego, Windows, Linux and Mac OS X<br />
  14. 14. Symbian Platform and Symbian OS<br />Devices that use Symbian OS<br />Nokia 7710, Nokia 9210, 9300 and 9500 , including the Nokia 6xxx, the Nseries (except Nokia N8xx and N9xx), the Eseries<br /> <br />App Market<br />App store is called the Symbian App Store (http://appstore.pocketgear.com/symbian). <br />App Store for Symbianhas over 3400 apps and games as of August 2010. The App Store supports over 100 Symbian devices, from the Nokia N95 to the Samsung Innov8.<br />
  15. 15. Mobile Programming LLC<br />Mobile Programming, LLC. provides custom mobile application development services. It has served its customers in different verticals such as Retail , Entertainment, Gaming, Healthcare, Insurance, Banking and have implementations across various platforms like Windows Mobile, iPhone, Android, Symbian, Blackberry, J2ME, BREW and Palm . Mobile Programming LLC has attained an expert level in mobile applications and has developed various applications on handheld devices, such as Palm, and then quickly graduated to delivering stand-alone applications for iPhone, Android, Blackberry and other platforms<br />Head Office : 115 Broadway, 13th Floor New York, NY 10006<br />Ph: 212-397-7481, Fax. 212-931-8530<br />Email : info@mobileprogramming.com<br />Website : www.mobileprogramming.com<br />

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