Top Mobile Trends

Growing mobile trends

The team at Mashable are excited for the future of mobile, and frankly so are we. In their recent post which focuses on the top 15 mobile trends to watch in 2015, they explore the overall growth of mobile, its impact on the market and what innovative trends we can expect to see over the next year.

Mobile and more specifically smartphone devices have already had a significant impact on organisations, industries, consumers, markets and well, everyone who has managed to come into contact with one over the last decade.

If you weren’t aware by now, mobile devices have now almost surpassed the global human population with roughly 90% of adults possessing a mobile device. Smartphones have overtaken the PC as the most used internet search device on the planet and is now responsible for over 50% of e-commerce purchases, globally.

That’s a big year for a device many consider to be still in its infancy.

You needed to remember the evolution of mobile devices, and particularly the smartphone has only really evolved into the force it is today within the past five years, which has seen significant innovative growth from a technological standpoint.

But that’s not all. Mobiles have changed the way we shop, pay our bills, work, connect and have fun. They’re tool for engagement, tools for communication, tools to learn and tools to laugh with. The growth of mobile over the past decade has been, well in our opinion, the most influential technological device of the 21st century.

So what will the next year (and beyond) hold for mobile technology?

Smart accessories, further exploration of mobile payment methods, increased competition, improved innovation, greater emphasis on health and nutrition, improved battery life... the list goes on and on.

Thankfully, Mashable have taken the headaches out of it and put together an innovative list for 2015. What should you expect from mobile devices and what exciting innovations can we expect?

If you're interested in checking out the Top 15 Mobile Trends of 2015, head over to Mashable for an in-depth look at the list.