I wonder whether putting "Mobile" in front of the different application areas (Mobile Health, Mobile Commerce, etc) isn't an issue and somehow a reason for why so many "mobile centric" projects fail.
Let me explain my point: What's new today is not that people use a smaller screen, or that they are on a less reliable and slower network. Yes, these are aspects that the people implementing the solutions will have to worry about, but they are not the factors that will determine the success of a solution. What should instead be the focus of the people designing the service, should be the user experience. How does their service deliver value?
Once you focus on the user experience, you will determine what sort of service would make sense in the different usage situations. Some things just don't make sense from a mobile and some things should not only be possible from a mobile, but also from a tablet/laptop/desktop.
The mobile market is huge throughout the globe and constantly reshaping how we interact in our everyday lives. The following infographic from Trinity shows the stats behind this growth and the impact that this has on commerce.
Summary: Yes, maybe there aren't so many millions of high-DPI screens on the market right now for looking at apps and the Internet. But some developers advise that this is the very place to target work.
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