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As technology and smartphones become more sophisticated and faster, so are the apps and their capabilities and use.
We're especially seeing this in the medical industry. With 2,000+ apps launching daily, the only way to cut through the clutter is to launch a daily utility app that people will use as often as Facebook.
Healthcare and hospital apps are one of the new areas of mobile app development we're delving into. And given the increasing growth in the healthcare industry as a whole, this looks to be a growing area for mobile app usage as well.
We're developing hospital apps that monitor a patients health, and were writing algorithms that can help the patients take care of themselves, while also notifying hospitals in the event of emergencies.