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Artificial Intelligence is Impacting Mobile Application Development



Quality mobile app development is a billion dollar business these days. Anywhere in the world, there are thousands of mobile app developers that deliver quality services. App development Australia for instance is a very popular option as there are numerous service providers and app development companies that provide quality services at competitive rates.

An android app development company Melbourne renders quality service to organizations all over the world. Harnessing the maximum potential of the complex Android software development kit platform, the service provider uses Android SDK and tools to explore unlimited product development and offer best-in-class Android apps. Mobile application developers in Australia uses agile development methodology that’s capable of taking care of the whole development cycle, right from generating the idea to App store implementation. It offers ongoing support and ascertains that the app developed will match the expectations of the clientele.


AI has become an intriguing topic that is on the minds of innovators today, who are deeply involved in the technology. Developed to do intelligent tasks with an instinct for problem solving, AI works to minimize human effort, taking on smarter and larger tasks. Recently, AI has now come a long way from being a passive element of virtual assistance to a more capable as well as proactive system.

Aside from boosting productivity in other industries, mobile app development is another field where artificial intelligence has cast its spell. Most of the efforts invested in the mobile application development process are focused on boosting the user experience. With the idea central to mobile app technology, UI elements of any app should be interactive, intuitive and immersive. AI accomplishes this purpose, all very intelligently.


Artificial intelligence is popular and an appreciated innovation all over the world, which opened the door to a new era of technology as well as introduces people to an entirely new dimension of human-machine interaction. A lot of technology giants are betting plenty of money in AI, including Google. Having artificial intelligence all the time in a smart phone is nothing less of a dream come true. Getting day-to-day tasks done with assistance of intelligent applications is awe-inspiring and simply amazing. Nevertheless, this AI feature of the application isn’t limited to the digital assistance, but integrated with various security e-commerce applications. Most companies are using artificial intelligence with trending mobile app tech to ensure a more promising and efficient customer experience.

The AI technology, combined with the top mobile app trends in industry, results in amazing help to a user in a lot of ways. With the basic functionality of the application, AI offers added features to a user, through collecting and storing various data from a user through analyzing behavior, based on the why, how and when a user uses the application.

Information, such as the location of the user, recent contacts, times of interaction with apps and day-to-day behavior taken by the AI and uses it to serve a user with specific and better assistance each time. With the recent tech evolution and consistent user demand changes, AI is chosen as the most reliable and the best tool for enriching the application in every aspect.

With advancements in artificial intelligence, mobile app developers nowadays spend a lot of time considering how to collect, to sort and store data that the apps gather, so they could feed into the machine learning algorithm, compared to static standard algorithm, which does not change.


The growing usage of AI in mobile app development services proved its relevance in business growth as well as user engagement. A lot of apps and devices with a fixed algorithm don’t adjust based on the observed behavior of the user. The following are ways that AI helps overcome this barrier.

  1. Artificial intelligence collects and stores data from a user through analyzing usage patterns and behavior of the application.
  2. AI integration in products for generating maximum revenue with user-friendly and satisfactory UI. This would profit a business when it comes to high user engagement with enhanced involvement.
  3. Demographics, like user location, contacts and daily behavior taken the AI enables an app to serve a user better.


Smart mobility emerged as the ideal platform for artificial intelligence applications. Smart phones and devices support the high customization level, which allow applications use core software, its hardware and capabilities to deliver best results to users. These days, AI capabilities are implemented in different applications. The capabilities make an application personalized and relevant. When mobile apps are enabled with artificial intelligence capabilities, they learn from the users themselves, and from their behaviors. Moreover, the applications are able to learn from behavioral patterns of users for delivering the best results and powering them to take better decisions as well.

Giant companies Amazon and eBay have implemented the technologies of artificial intelligence within mobile applications successfully. The technologies are shifting and advancing towards consumer demands and AI is the next big thing for business organizations. A lot of businesses are today looking for AI enable apps scopes. AI has been heavily influential in application development for years already, starting with Siri by Apple. There is great potential to reach a new sophistication level. The AI growth is empowering new possibilities in mobile application development.

The main mobile presence of artificial intelligence today includes embedding the AI technology in a Chabot or in context-aware sensors. Furthermore, AI          could help mobile applications engage and retain the precious user-base. With most mobile phone users keeping only fifteen to twenty ‘must-have’ applications on their phone, while rotating out new applications to check out, artificial intelligence can change the mobile app revenue and applications forever.

The powerful combination of AI and mobile app would change the face of technology very soon. The increasing usage of AI in mobile application development have proven how important it is for business growth as well as user engagement. Apple’s Siri, Cortana from Microsoft and Google assistance are the leading examples of trending mobile application technology with artificial intelligence enabling the world a sneak peak towards the future. When looking to hire mobile app developers who could integrate AI effectively, consider Freelance app developers Melbourne.

Ritesh Mehta works as a senior Technical Account Manager in a software development company named TatvaSoft Australia based in Melbourne. He specializes in Agile Scrum methodology, Marketing Ops (MRM) application development, SAAS & SOA application development, Offshore & Vendor team management. Also, he is knowledgeable and well-experienced in conducting business analysis, product development, team management and client relationship management.

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Intel’s 8th-generation chips are almost here



On the 5th of October, Intel will officially launch its 8th-generation processors into retail and OEM. These desktop chips offer more cores than Intel’s 7th-gen processors did, at a slightly higher power cost and with a small price increase.

Since rival chip-makerAMD brought out its own new Ryzen processors earlier this year that offered more cores at a lower cost, and superior performance over Intel’s 7th-generation processors in certain circumstances, this is a welcome move for Intel fans who’d been hoping Intel would respond in kind.

The additional cores of these new processors offer improved performance in intensive parallel workloads, as well as improved gaming performance when compared directly to the previous generation’s processors. They’re also more overclockable than Intel’s previous-gen CPUs were. Intel says they will offer “up to 40%” of a performance improvement over previous-gen chips.

According to Engadget, Intel calls its top-end 8th-gen processor, the i7-8700k, its “best gaming desktop processor ever”. It’s a six-core, 12-thread, 3.7GHz monster that Intel says boosts some games’ frame rates by “up to 25%” over the i7-7700k, and does 4K video editing “up to 32% faster”.

Other improvements include faster video streaming and recording, tweaks to multitasking, smoother streaming of cutting-edge 4K/10-bit/HDR Ultra HD video, a Turbo Boost speed of 4.7GHz and the ability to push that even further without requiring liquid cooling.

Of course, Intel’s complete line-up includes Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 chips that occupy a wide range of price points, TDPs, and Smart Cache levels. Here’s a quick look at them from Intel’s official product brief:

Something to keep in mind is that these new processors will not run on Intel’s 200-series chipset – upgrading will require the acquisition of a new motherboard featuring the Intel’s new 300-series chipset. So while these processors feature the same pin configuration as their 7th-gen counterparts and thus feature same physical socket, they are incompatible with those older boards. Intel has no plans to issue a firmware patch to change this at a later date, either.

What’s more, the new chipset isn’t dramatically different, either, only sporting things like “improved power delivery for 6-core chips and better support for DDR4-2666 memory”, according to Engadget.

As with every new generation of PC tech, if you upgraded recently, these new products won’t hold much appeal. If, however, you or your business are running older hardware, like 2nd-, 3rd- or 4th-gen processors, these new shiny chips should offer a stunning leap forward in performance and value.

Just don’t forget to grab new motherboards with them, and some DDR4 RAM if you’ve not upgraded beyond 4th-gen.

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Intel’s 8th-gen Core processors won’t be revolutionary



It’s clearer than ever that the days of tick-tock Intel chip upgrades (new process one generation, new architecture the next) are long gone. Intel has revealed that its 8th-generation Core processors, due in the second half of 2017 will once again be built on a 14-nanometer process — yes, for the fourth time in a row. The company is shy on what these new chips will entail, but it’s claiming that it’ll manage another 15 percent performance improvement (in SysMark tests, anyway) like it did with the 7th-generation Core designs you see now.

AnandTech notes that the upcoming refresh might focus more on the low-voltage U- and Y-series chips you see in very thin and light laptops, just as you saw with the initial 7th-gen processors late last year. That has yet to be confirmed, however.

One thing’s for sure: when Intel’s long-delayed 10nm processors finally do arrive, you won’t see a wholesale switch to the new technology. Intel says that future process uses will be “fluid” depending on the segment they’re targeting, and that data centers will get first crack at these upgrades. Don’t be surprised if the Xeon line gets first dibs on 10nm, then, or if only some mainstream chips make the leap at first.

The decision might be necessary given the challenges of shrinking large CPUs down to a 10nm process, but it’s likely to leave Intel feeling nervous. After all, mobile giants like Qualcomm are releasing 10nm processors this year. While mobile tablets probably won’t outperform most laptops any time soon, this could narrow the gap enough that you might be tempted to skip buying a conventional Intel-based PC in the right circumstances.

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Spot The Difference Between UI And UX Design?



Even though they are strongly connected, mutually penetrated and rarely exist without each other, UI and UX are not the same concepts. Shocking, isn’t it? Well, but that’s the truth. The following post acts as a small guide that will make you understand the differences between UI and UX design. I promised that I won’t let my dear readers down and lo and behold, a fresh round where some definitions will seem to be fun while others may seem serious and in-depth.  So, grab a cup of tea, sit down, and read away.

Before Understanding the Difference, Know the Exact Definitions

UI :

UI stands for User Interface, a space where interaction between humans and machines occur. The main goal is to produce a user interface which allows easily (intuitively), efficiently, and enjoyable (user-friendly) operate a machine in such a way that it produces the desired result. UI is best for those who aim to provide minimal output in order to achieve the desired output and also that the machine minimizes undesired outputs to the human.

What is UI Design?

With the increase in the use of personal computers, the term UI is generally assumed in regards to the graphical user interface.

It’s Types

You will come across a wide range of UI, but here I would like to shed light on a few as there is no need to clog your brain with the information that you may never need in future.

  • Graphical user interfaces (GUI) – These accept input via devices such as a computer keyboard and mouse and provide an articulated graphical output on the monitor.
  • Web-based user interfaces or web user interfaces (WUI) – This kind of UI accept input and provide high-end output by generating web pages which are transmitted via the internet and viewed by the user using a web browser program. With the help of newer implementations, one can make use of Java, JavaScript, AJAX, Adobe Flex, Microsoft.Net or similar technologies in order to provide real-time control in a separate program, eliminating the need to refresh a traditional HTML based web browser.
  • Touchscreens- Everyone knows these are mere displays that accept input by a single touch of fingers or a stylus. They are used in a growing amount of mobile devices and many types of point of sale, industrial processes and machines, self-service machines etc.

UX :

Right from a person’s behavior to attitude, emotions about using a product in particular, etc are incorporated in User experience. I mean the concept involves practical, experiential, effective, meaningful and valuable aspects of human-computer interaction and product ownership. Which also means that it can be subjective in nature mainly depending on individual perception and thought with respect to the system.

UX :

User Experience is something that can be considered as dynamic as it is constantly modified over time due to changing usage circumstances and changes to individual systems. For this, you need to have a solid understanding of your user-base, a capability to generate ‘personas’ for the dominant character types within your user-base, then setting specific requirements for the project at hand and so forth.

I hope now you know exactly what UI and UX are. In case, if still confused get in touch with a reliable custom software development service provider in Sydney for further information.

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