Mobile developers see big rise in demand for enterprise apps | Mobile development – InfoWorld

InfoWorld reports that in recent survey of 6,046 mobile developers, 43 percent of respondents said they’ll be working on business apps — up from 29 percent at the end of 2010. Their conclusion:

Thanks to the evolution of smartphones and the momentum of the BYOD movement, mobile devices are popping up throughout the business world and professionals are using them for real work. It makes sense that companies are having apps custom-built to their specific needs.

That’s what we’re seeing — businesses using FotoNotes for real work.

We also found this interesting:

Speaking of platforms, the survey asked respondents which mobile platforms they were “very interested” in building on. The most popular response was iPhone at around 87 percent, followed by the iPad at around 84 percent. iPhone and iPad have held those first and second slots since June 2010.

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