It's not just about the look and feel, but how your potential users interact with the program.
Getting press for your app can give it a huge boost in downloads, but there's a fine balance between persistence and annoying.
If you're seeking a partner to build your product, treat them and hold them accountable like a partner.
After a customer actually chooses your app, what makes them try it out and continue using it?
There are millions of apps available. This trio broke out of the fray and earned loyal followings.
If a competitor takes your idea and launches their own version, don't fret. Twitter certainly hasn't.
If you really want to disrupt the field, your product has to be leaps and bounds over the competition. If not, prepare to be ignored.
First-time developers should know what to expect as they attempt to build a product and gain traction.
Think you're sitting on a million-dollar idea that will immediately attract an audience. Think again. App development is hard work.
Mobile is critical in today's market. Before you dive in, here are the factors to consider.
Why social media should be one of the first things you think about when developing a new app, not the last.
If you have the right reasons, follow these 10 recommendations to getting your product to the public.
Make sure the first version of your app isn't its last by taking customer feedback into account and adapting.
If you're look to create a successful app that makes users more productive, here are some known methods that you could incorporate.
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