According to the panellists from firms like Vserv, PwC and Mindbrowser, the mobile app usage in India has grown up to 131%, the shift from e-commerce to m-commerce with mobile shopping, news and personalised apps are factors which are responsible for the growth.
They have also said that apps are playing a important role in creating employment, enabling ease of doing business and also driving development through e-Education, e-Commerce and e-Governance.
In addition, the number of smartphones owners using e-Commerce Apps has gone up from 1,680 on may 2014 to 4,320 till the may 2015.
Sandeep Ladda who is e-Commerce sector leader said that, “At present the app economy has created about 75,000 direct jobs in India, which will be increasing to 600,000 over a period of time.
Users’ accessing the internet through their mobile has become a key driver for the growth of mobile apps also. Around 9 billion apps will be downloaded in India in 2015 which is 5 times more than the data recorded in 2012.