The development of app culture in past decade– website designing transformation

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The use of applications instead of visiting websites has become a huge part of the internet user experience. It is easier, faster and definitely more feasible than going to a search engine. The majority of people use application for online shopping, food buying, games, pictures, editing and etc. There is an app for almost anything and everything. It is not only on the consumer front but developing and launching application has become pretty easy too. It is no out of the world task to design and release an application. Web designers, UI designers, Digital marketing companies and even individual coders are capable of making an application.

History of this culture

The history of app culture is relatively new. It has not been more than a decade that it got so much predominance. Earlier it was just the top companies like Amazon and Flipkart which had applications. But now there are millions of PC games which come handy to people on their phones because of this culture. Almost every top app has made significant changes in their UI (user-interface) making it very easy for people to use.

Security is one of the reasons why a lot of businesses shift from websites to applications. Hacking and cyber breach issues get eliminated when you shift to apps. Other than that, mobile phones (smartphones) started becoming a very part of the pop culture and that gave higher stress on using apps.

How was the scenario a decade back?

Ten years back not a lot of companies had even started with their apps. And even if they had it was roughly shaped. There were hardly any exceptional features. The majority of applications that people were using were just for photo editing and basic social media. I believe the first couple of applications that people used on their phones were Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and even Instagram. However, Instagram was not very popular back in the days. Later came the trend of Snapchat and WhatsApp.

Slowly and steadily food ordering and cab service apps made their entry into the market and now these are the must-have apps on everyone’s phone. But a decade back the concept of online food ordering was very scattered and not popular at all. To the maximum extent, people would order a pizza with phone service.

How did web designing change it?

Website designing courses have to play a very crucial role in the sudden transformation of this culture which is a part of life. With greater advancement in coding and technological steps taking positive strides; websites changed their course. This shift in the path was leading to customers asking for greater instant access. That is when applications started getting developed.

If you notice, all the leading websites will have an application download link straight on their home page. That is an indicator of the capabilities associated with website designing. Educational institutes and colleges are also giving a very important stress on web designing.

The trend of payment apps

How can we not address the shift on net banking to payment applications? Google Pay (earlier known as Tez), PayTm, PhonePe and etc are some of the leading online payment systems. These have played a significant role in transforming the manner of our transactions. Thanks to the culture of apps we no more have to depend on banks to make our monetary transactions. In addition to that, Payment apps have pulled a large number of demographic structures into making them use application.

The significance of this trend

The web designing culture would create more advances in the upcoming times and definitely lead to more people drawing their shifts to an easier access.

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