For some time now the cloud has become part of our lives. We can use the network to save our favorite photos, our videos and much more, always with the possibility to access it at any time of day, from anywhere in the world we are, all you need is an internet connection and a computer. Or a smartphone. The problem facing the front, of which we are finding, however, is quite serious. Banda The wireless is ending. This means that soon there will be more likely to go online in unlimited numbers.
In the U.S. are already feeling the crisis, just think that the major carrier of the country, AT & T no longer offers plans unlimited for its users and is compelled also to fail to honor the contracts of unlimited bandwidth, which were sold in the past.
This means that mobile Internet is increasingly subject to a certain maximum amount of data to be able to use, beyond which there is seen forced to pay the extra digits, often quite high. The phone data plans that carriers offer to their customers now expect a low consumption of resources, such as 2 GB or 5 GB, depending on what you need and above all of that for which you are willing to pay.
That’s all for smartphone app that until now has focused on the cloud is forced to review, at least in part, their functionality. Take for example one of the many apps that allow you to listen to music online, Pandora. Every song you listen consumes banda. We are confident that users will be willing to risk running out of listening to banda songs, with the consequence of not being able to then update their profile on Facebook or chat with friends using Skype? The answer to overcome this problem is called “offline playback”, which is the ability to save songs directly to your phone, so that they remain saved on the customer’s phone and do not consume banda. Obviously to do this should be taken into account the speech copyright, which is particularly felt on the internet. It will not be an easy road, but it is the only viable.