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Steps to follow to make a successful mobile app

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Printed Date: June 06 2020 at 12:28pm


Topic: Steps to follow to make a successful mobile app
Posted By: georgerooney
Subject: Steps to follow to make a successful mobile app
Date Posted: January 09 2020 at 3:24am
Any mobile app that you are developing for the purpose of launching and making profits is something that requires one to follow old and tested steps. So, if you want to, let’s say, https://developapplike.com/instagram/" rel="nofollow - make an app like Instagram then you would first need to know about your market and what your users are missing. After finding out the gap in the market you need to select the right features for your mobile app. Once you are done with all this the coding process starts and it is always best to code your app to be compatible for all mobile operating systems. Once your app is made then you are supposed to check it for any errors. What other steps do you think might there be that will help in the making of an app that will be successful?



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Posted By: Akshay_M
Date Posted: March 20 2020 at 7:12am

I am assuming you would have already thought about the business case of developing an app, how to sell/market your app. With that kept aside, here are few steps ( in no particular order)

  1. You choose between a native app and hybrid app, this depends on your needs.
  2. You choose between android or iOS or both, when it comes to launching your app
  3. You plan a budget for your app, fix a timeline and features that you would build for the initial release.
  4. Points 1 and 3 are very much related, a native app developer will cost more than a hybrid app developer.
  5. You would also look into developers you currently have or plan to hire. This again depends on point #1
  6. Lastly you would test and release the production version on both the platforms (iOS or Android) depending on your budget or the target audience

This is just an overview, there are too many variables which depends on your business case.


You can use some of the emulators or cloud based technologies such as http://https://www.apps4rent.com/virtual-desktop.html" rel="nofollow - hosted virtual desktop or something like that for faster speed and better team collaboration.



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Regards,
Akshay



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