Mobile Applications for Melanoma Detection Market Expected to Reach US$ 1.5 Mn by 2022, in Europe and Israel
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/19/2015 -- Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that is increasing among population across the globe. During the recent years, there has been a considerable growth in the number of mobile applications for melanoma detection. There are various types of mobile applications available on platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows Mobile OS and Blackberry OS. Further, these mobile applications can be categorized into algorithm analysis applications, educational applications, mole tracking and reminder applications and interactive teaching applications. Algorithm analysis applications provide features for analysis of the moles using image processing. The educational and interactive teaching applications provide information regarding ABCDEs of melanoma detection and help in self-screening of melanoma. Mole tracking and reminder applications offer tracking of such moles that can potentially lead to melanoma and remind patients regarding clinical visits.
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This research report provides in-depth analysis of mobile applications for melanoma detection market in Europe. Along with the overall Europe market, country level analyses for Greece and Israel have also been included in the study. Furthermore, the report analyzes the factors that drive and restrain the growth of mobile applications for melanoma detection market in Europe. The report also discusses the prevailing market trends, prospective growth opportunities, and major strategies increasing the popularity of mobile applications for melanoma detection. It also provides the market estimates and forecasts for Europe, Greece and Israel in terms of revenue. Also provided is the market positioning of key players providing mobile applications for melanoma detection in Europe market.
Additionally, the report includes competitive profiling of major mobile application developer companies developing applications for melanoma detection. These profiles includes information such as developer/company information, country of origin, type of application, total number of downloads by platform, application features and price of the application. The key mobile applications for melanoma detection profiled in this study include Dr. Mole, LovemySkin, Mole Monitor, MoleTrac, SkinVision, FotoSKin, Dermatology Planet, Mole Check, Mollie's Fund, N?vus, OnlineDermClinic, Skin Analytics, Skin Cancer, Skin Doctor, Spot Mole, Spot Mole Plus, SpotCheck, iSkin, Melanoma Watch, Mole Checker, Mole Checker/Stroika, MoleQuest, Mole Doctor, Skin Of Mine, Skin Prevention, Skin Scanner, Skin Tagger, Skin Mole Analysis, Track-A-Mole, YourSkinDiary and UMSkinCheck.
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