With the constant evolution of devices and capabilities, more and more users are adopting mobile devices for browsing purposes. In fact, according to a recent comScore survey, we’ve passed over the “mobile tipping point”. This means that majority of visits are made using mobile devices than desktops.
The use of mobile apps in the last few years has sky-rocketed, so much so that the 2 billion smartphone users worldwide spend around 85% of their time on their devices using apps. This has resulted in a number of websites having their own apps to compliment the site.
One of the easiest solutions to this is Mobiloud – a plugin and service that will guide you to creating your own app in just a few minutes.
This is the era of mobile devices and smartphones.
In many cases, almost half of your website traffic can come from users on tablets and smartphones, instead of full-fledged desktop computers.
Naturally, one needs to be prepared for such users, and the best way to be prepared is to ensure that your website looks awesome, irrespective of the device dimensions that your visitors employ.
The responsive vs mobile plugin debate is an ongoing one, with no clear winner.
This week I came across a very good article highlighting the different pros and cons of each of these methods of catering for mobile users.