A New Mobile App Launched In China That Helps Recover Missing Children Can Fuel The Mobile Application Market In The Near Future

Posted on: Feb-2017 | Electrical & Electronic

Can you imagine an app that can help parent-kind their kidnapped children? Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has brought this idea to life. As per the Ministry of Public Security, about 611 were abducted in 2016 and the Chinese authorities help recover these children. The app named “Tuanyuan” was developed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. in order to help the officers at work together. The abduction rate has increased due to female feticides and male child bias; therefore an even more advanced version of the app is being developed in China. The app sends messages to the users from the child kidnapped site farther and farther away till found. The use of such apps in the smartphones or other gadgets helps boost the mobile application market.

Rising demand for smartphones and tablets:

The urbanization has resulted in the more use of highly performing smartphones and tablets all across the globe. The mobile application market is majorly driven by the growing utilization of mobile Internet across the globe. The increasing use of Internet-based services the mobile app usage is also increasing on the other hand. But the escalating advantages of mobile websites over the mobile apps restrain the global mobile application market.

Internet and mobile application two sides of the same coin:

With the help of the Internet network the downloading of the mobile application has become a lot easier. The application distribution platform such as Google Play Store, Windows Phone Store, and Apple App Store help in downloading the apps. Mobile apps connect the user to Internet-based services, messaging services, social networks, and others. Thus, the Internet helps drive the global market.

China is thus still trying to develop mobile applications that can help the public servants do their duty to the fullest.