By Pratik Kanada

Mobile apps in 2019 are exactly what websites were back in 2005. A trend, a luxury or I would rather say a need. Business owners were finally at a place where they thought they have digitalized entirely but then mobile apps came into the scene. Now, the consumers spend 90% of their time on mobile apps as compared to the websites. Now, the businesses pour their maximum effort in developing a mobile app. Well, there is still no guarantee it will receive the right amount of digital presence as 25% of the installed apps are never opened and 26% of the apps are left after their first use. This can be scary and you don’t want that to happen to your business. The only thing that can help is studying your customer behavior and wants.

 

By Alison DeNisco Rayome

Android apps have more critical vulnerabilities than iOS apps do, according to a Positive Technologies report.High-risk vulnerabilities are common across both Android and iOS mobile apps, with Android devices slightly more at risk than their iOS counterparts (43% vs. 38%), according to Positive Technologies' Vulnerabilities and threats in mobile applications report, released Wednesday.