We will be one step closer to a robot takeover of society in 2022. Of course, I’m joking.
Even though we’re not quite there yet, artificial intelligence is advancing, particularly in the mobile sector.
You may be familiar with the following examples of AI software:
- Internet Assistant
The user experience is increasingly improved by speech recognition technology and AI in regular mobile apps. Hands-free use is enhanced by voice recognition as well. AI and mobile app accessibility are related in several ways.
Voice recognition uses artificial intelligence to fill in the gaps in translation. Developers and marketers will better understand these people by hearing the user’s voices.
You’ll be able to target users more effectively, and relevant adverts will bring in more money.
Businesses must start placing a higher priority on mobile security to safeguard customer data and guarantee the security of all transactions.
Because of concerns about security and mistrust, some consumers are reluctant to utilize payment apps.
Companies that accept mobile payments in the upcoming year must alleviate these worries.
Customers in the US are more likely to become victims of theft and fraud, according to 56% of consumers.
Only 5% of these customers think mobile payments lessen the likelihood of fraud and theft. Another 13% of US customers don’t believe it to be significant.
I anticipate that mobile security will be a primary emphasis for these organizations since so many businesses are adopting mobile and depending on mobile payments to make a profit.
Businesses will devise strategies to put their customers at ease. As a result, I anticipate changing how people see mobile payments in the upcoming year.
Customers will feel more secure when making these purchases.
If your business is one of many that provides a mobile payment option, you must address these security issues right away.
Location-based applications and geofencing
It is healthy knowledge that mobile applications locate their users. Users are giving them the go-ahead to do this.
You will always receive a notification asking permission to access your location whenever you download and use a new app. Here is an illustration of how this notice appears on an iOS device.