Mobile gaming apps are on the rise
Mobile gaming has really exploded over the last three years and now it is no longer unusual to play games remotely, perhaps the best mobile device is one of the most expensive.
This forthcoming Ipad pro has an A9X chip with an A9 motion coprocessor, Ipad’s can be easily compared online and you can compare and contrast the devices.
Hefty processing power is needed as there games where the tablet has to do a lot of work within the cogs and wheels within the actual device.
High graphical content is found within games like Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation. Other online games include Coral’s poker app, with Coral you can play daily challenges, payday payback and coral connect.
Modern Combat takes the first person shooting game familiar with players of Call of Duty, and takes this action to the Ipad and other smaller screen devices.
Gamers now have a choice of the front room premium console, a secondary device like a Playstation Vita and now a device which can download content which is far cheaper than large game releases on PS4 of Xbox One.
In late 2015 it is now forgotten how strange a tablet was upon the original Ipad release in 2010. Unlike the Iphone which was a much sought after and desired device once it entered the 3GS stage the Ipad was an initial slow burner as consumers struggled to work out why they would need one, most had a laptop which also surfed the web. The current Apple Watch shares the same space as the Ipad as most people think the following:
- You can’t use it for the internet by itself so what’s the point?
- I don’t need a watch as I check the time on my phone
- I will always have a smartphone now so why have two Apple devices?
It will be fascinating to see if in 2020 the Apple Watch is commonplace and is not even viewed as revolutionary and if it can use the internet and if you will be able to download and play games, as you can on tablets right here right now.
It will be fascinating to observe if, in 2020 the Apple Watch and similar competitors will be used as everyday devices.
Will internet use and gaming be used on them, or will they slot into the pie in the sky devices seen on BBC Tomorrows World?
Will it follow the same arc and further contribute to the power and widespread use of mobile games? Time, literally will tell.