You don't need to be a wizard to understand that mobile applications, which are already successful, will become even more popular with the further development of mobile devices. So the question is not whether there is a place for mobile applications in the future but what type of mobile applications will be most required and, consequently, what segment of this market will be most beneficial for developers.
A currently underdeveloped but a very planned direction for mobile applications to go is advertising. Mobile devices tend to get larger screens with each successive generation, and such screens allow a bit of place for an add to appear.
I bet it is the near future when a wide range of "free" advertiser sponsored applications will appear. An extra reason for such a prediction is an increasing interest Google, an advertising monster has in the mobile sector.To fetch more information on mobile application development you can navigate to http://daemon.co.in/services/technologies/crm/.
Another direction in which mobile applications are likely to develop is cloud computing. Cloud computing uses the internet to store and process resources and data, and unlike data stored on individual devices, internet-based knowledge and support can be easily shared among multiple users.
Cloud-based services are most common among businesses that have remote employees and need an effective means to share corporate information with all those employees to make their collaboration efficient.
But probably the most prospective segment for mobile applications is banking services. The reason there are close to none such applications now is not that they are not needed but that there are certain problems that make the development of such applications much harder.