Research Article

Promotion of China's Internet Application Adaptation to Aging Policy


  • XINGYAN HUANg Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau, China


In recent years, the number of elderly people in China has grown rapidly, but there are still many elderly people who do not have access to the Internet or use smartphones. It is difficult for them to fully enjoy the convenience brought by intelligent services and to integrate into the information society. The purpose of this paper is to assess the current status of Internet application aging in China and explore further development strategies. Based on the public policy analysis method, the paper starts from the current situation of promoting the aging of Internet application products in China, and conducts research from three aspects: the concept of Internet application aging, the current situation of promotion, and the recommendations, and explores the research on Internet application adaptation in China. Through research, it is found that although China's Internet aging policy has achieved many results in promotion, there are also some problems, such as the lack of the perspective of the elderly, the low enthusiasm of enterprises, and the lack of government supervision. Therefore, it is necessary to further strengthen technological innovation, strengthen multi-party cooperation, pay more attention to the needs of the elderly, and continuously improve the humanization and aging-appropriate level of Internet applications, so as to help the elderly better adapt to and use intelligent services. The research results can provide some suggestions for the promotion and improvement of the Internet application aging policy.

Article information


Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies

Volume (Issue)

4 (4)





How to Cite

HUANg, X. (2022). Promotion of China’s Internet Application Adaptation to Aging Policy. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies, 4(4), 72–77.



Adaptation to Aging, Internet application, Suitable for aging