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Mobile phone trends, user data & developer climate - frontend.fi, Helsinki

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A talk given at the frontend.fi meetup in Helsinki about Mobile phone trends, user data & developer climate .

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Mobile phone trends, user data & developer climate - frontend.fi, Helsinki

  1. Mobile trends @robertnyman
  2. developers.google.com/experts/
  3. developers.google.com/experts/
  4. developers.google.com/experts/
  5. Mobile phone trends
  6. iOS controls most of the high-end device market Android almost every other area Windows Phone gains developer interest, but not users Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  7. IDC: Smartphone OS Market Share, Q2 2014
  8. IDC: Smartphone OS Market Share, Q2 2014
  9. 255 million units shipped Nearly 85% of the market share IDC: Smartphone OS Market Share, Q2 2014
  10. Android fragmentation Android Fragmentation Visualized (August 2014)
  11. Users
  12. Quartz - These are the 25 most popular mobile apps in America
  13. Guardian - Women taking the lead when it comes to mobile App types & usage 0 12,5 25 37,5 50 Health Entertainment Lifestyle Social networking Games Men Women
  14. Business Insider/Flurry
  15. Business Insider/Flurry
  16. Android Wear
  17. Developer climate
  18. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation Programming languages,
 Mobile app developers Other 27 C# 23 Objective-C 24 C/C++ 26 Java (Android) 38 HTML5 42
  19. 47% of iOS developers, 42% of Android developers use something other than the native language Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  20. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  21. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation Platform priority 13% 3% 10% 32% 42% Android iOS Windows Phone BlackBerry 10 Others
  22. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation 0 0,725 1,45 2,175 2,9 July 2013 July 2014 No of platform targets
  23. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation App revenue Haves 12% Strugglers 19% Poverty stricken 22% Have nothings 47%
  24. Majority of app businesses not sustainable with current revenue 50% of iOS developers, 64% of Android developers below the ‘app poverty line” of $500 per app per month Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  25. Games dominate app store revenues, yet most games developers struggle 33% of developers make games 57% of those games make less than $500 per month Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  26. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation 0 17,5 35 52,5 70 Targets consumers Targets professionals Targets enterprise Target users
  27. Developers who target enterprises: Twice as likely to be earning over $5k per app per month Almost 3 times as likely to earn more than $25k per app per month. Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  28. Third party tools are a critical part of successful app businesses The more tools a developer uses, the more money they make Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  29. Emerging markets
  30. IDC: Worldwide Smartphone Forecast by Region
  31. IDC: Smartphone Average Selling Price
  32. Google Plans to Spend ~$1 Billion on Android One in India Vision Mobile, Developer Economics Q3 2014: State of the Developer Nation
  33. Robert Nyman robertnyman.com rnyman@google.com Google @robertnyman

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