In the world of Web2.0+ and the era of cloud computing, more users will be communicating
and collaborating content in various formats through the use of hand-held devices.
This is how “Webopedia” defines Mobile Application:
“Also called mobile apps, it is a term used to describe Internet applications that
run on smartphones and other mobile devices. Mobile applications usually help users
by connecting them to Internet services more commonly accessed on desktop or notebook
computers, or help them by making it easier to use the Internet on their portable
devices. A mobile app may be a mobile Web site bookmarking utility, a mobile-based
instant messaging client, Gmail for mobile, and many other applications.”
At Tarika, we have built numerous custom applications and over the years quite a
few in-house products to support our business process and client needs. As we grow
our peer-group network and alliances and the demand to use our applications grew,
extending our development wing into the mobile computing arena was a natural blend.