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As eCommerce business is growing at a faster pace, it’s important to remain on top of the latest eCommerce trends. And, this is only possible if there is an increase in online sales and conversion rates. eCommerce market is on the rise year by year as the online stores are offering big discounts and buying offers to their customers.

Online shopping trends have undergone many changes and are expected to include many new trends in the coming year. As per Statista, the eCommerce market will grow to 51,2 billion U.S. dollars in 2023.

In this article, we’ll be sharing the 5 latest eCommerce trends that will bring success to your business in 2019. …


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There’s only one thing that’s constant in this universe — change. eCommerce is no exception to this belief. It’s 2019 already, and new changes are about to happen in the eCommerce space. Lest you should lag behind, we’ve got you top 11 eCommerce trends 2019.

While not all of them are the latest eCommerce trends in essence, and most of them have stuck around for a few years now, there are some that will hit the industry for the first time.

Let’s get on with what 2019 has for us in store.

Progressive Web Apps Transform the UX


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Augmented reality (AR) has come a long way from just being a pie-in-the-sky idea to currently being absorbed by leading retail brands, be it in-store or in the eCommerce space.

As per a study by Digi-Capital, AR market forecast is that the total AR market (not just business applications) could reach $85 billion to $90 billion by 2022.

What is AR?

AR, in simple language, is the ability to insert an overlay in digital virtual information into the real world. …


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With the rise in mobile technology, applications have become an integral part of the day-to-day business. As this dependency grows, the usage of smartphones is also increasing steadily. As a consequence, businesses aim for reaching a wider audience through mobile apps. Hence the need for businesses to look for mobile app development partners in order to reach a wider audience.

According to Statista.com, by the year 2020, mobile apps will generate close to $189 billion USD in revenue through in-app advertising and app store downloads. Evidently, an increasing number of businesses now prefer creating apps to up their revenues.

However, the success of an app depends substantially on the skill of the developer. Hiring the right mobile app development company is thus crucial because when you are trying to build an app, you have to work with someone who can implement your ideas, and also provide suggestions, based on their expertise. …


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Picture this.

You chanced upon an app in the apps store, but in a non-native (English) language. Would you decide to download the app?

The above scenario occurs almost every day to non-English speaking users across the globe, be it in China, Spain, Arabia, Portugal, Indonesia, Japan, and or any other non-English speaking nation. Even if an app has a five-star rating, they will still not download it simply because it is in their non-native language.

Presently, English is no longer the dominant language. It shares its space with other languages such as Mandarin Chinese, Latin American Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, and more. As per Statista, of the 2.53 billion global smartphone users, 1.1 billion are largely from countries in the Asia Pacific, where English is not the primary language. …


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Microsoft’s Xamarin, since its advent in 2011, has become the favorite mobile app development framework of over 15,000 businesses worldwide, and the year 2015 marked its 1 million downloads milestone. With big names like Coca-Cola, Siemens, Kimberly-Clark, Pinterest, World Bank, Slack, Aviva, Alaska Airlines, etc., using Xamarin to digitize their business outlook, it is definitely a well-accepted app development framework.

Xamarin has proved to be revolutionary because it provides developers with tools that allow them to create cross-platform mobile apps with all native features through shared code. Before Xamarin, creating native apps was the only option available. Without having to go through the trouble of coding from scratch each time one wants to develop a native app, Xamarin cut the development time substantially. …


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The iPhone app market is growing in popularity worldwide as a business development platform for businesses. Its capabilities to generate high revenue, better ROIs, increased user count, and market reach, are very notable. Most businesses today aspire to create a mark for themselves in this niche’ market by developing iPhone apps.

With over 2.2 million apps in the iOS app market, there is tough competition. If you are not technically adept, you should hire an expert. Hiring an iOS app developer would serve the purpose of ensuring your project is carried out properly. …

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Mik holds a master degree in Marketing and is inclined towards branding, consumer behavior, and social media. Besides work, he is fascinated with travel.

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