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HISTORY
AND
EVOLUTION OF
MOBILE APPLICATION
WHAT IS A MOBILE APPLICATION?
 A mobile application or mobile app is a software
application.
 It is a computer generated...
HISTORY OF MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT
 The first smart phone was released for the general
use by IBM in 1993 that was equippe...
PSION EPOC
 EPOC (operating system) developed by Psion for
portable devices, primarily PDAs.
 It was the first recogniza...
PALM OS
 In 1996 for personal digital assistants. This had a
touchscreen GUI (graphical user interface) and
came with a r...
SYMBIAN
 Symbian grew out of the Psion EPOC OS, AND
developed by Symbian Ltd – a joint venture of
Psion, Ericsson, Nokia ...
MOBILE APPS DEVELOPERS
 According to a report, “There were 20 billion
software developers across the world in the year
20...
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History of mobile apps

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History and Evolution of Mobile Application in 1990's. How Mobile app development is enter into the smart phone with many features like android mobile apps, windows apps etc..

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History of mobile apps

  1. 1. HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF MOBILE APPLICATION
  2. 2. WHAT IS A MOBILE APPLICATION?  A mobile application or mobile app is a software application.  It is a computer generated programmed design and developed to run on iPhone, Smartphones, tablets and many other mobile devices.
  3. 3. HISTORY OF MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT  The first smart phone was released for the general use by IBM in 1993 that was equipped with the feature like calculator, calendar, world clock and contact book.  The BlackBerry Smart phone announced in 2002 was the next major role in the field of mobile applications development and it was marked by BlackBerry Limited, formerly known as Research In Motion Limited (RIM) and integrated with the innovative concepts of wireless email.
  4. 4. PSION EPOC  EPOC (operating system) developed by Psion for portable devices, primarily PDAs.  It was the first recognizable apps and first released in the early 90s, the sixteen bit machines (SIBO) which ran EPOC permitted user’s program such as a word processor, spreadsheet, diary and databases.  Running at 32-bit OS, would come with up to 2MB RAM and let users to add extra apps via software packs.
  5. 5. PALM OS  In 1996 for personal digital assistants. This had a touchscreen GUI (graphical user interface) and came with a raft of basic apps and tons of third party apps programmed in C/C++.  J2ME/JME Java ME began life as JSR 68, replaced Personal Java and rapidly became so favorite that it evolved into several standards for use across PDAs, phones and other embedded devices.
  6. 6. SYMBIAN  Symbian grew out of the Psion EPOC OS, AND developed by Symbian Ltd – a joint venture of Psion, Ericsson, Nokia and Motorola. This the operating system was almost omnipresent and 250 million devices were running Symbian in 2009.
  7. 7. MOBILE APPS DEVELOPERS  According to a report, “There were 20 billion software developers across the world in the year 2015, and the number would grow to a whopping 25 billion by 2020”. Nowadays, India, Russia and China are seeing fast growth in the number of mobile app developers in compared to the first world countries that produced more mobile applications developers once. www.thinkittraining.in

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