Before starting to code and develop any mobile application, there are things for you to understand which could really help to play leading role in mobile application development.

Study shows:

  • There were 5,000 million users with a smartphone at end of 2017.
  • In the year 2017, 197 billion applications were downloaded.
  • In March 2017, 2,800 million applications were reported on Google Play and 2,200 million on the App Store.
  • In Austin, 20 million people use mobile applications every day and every day we download 4 million applications for mobile phones, tablets, and TVs.

These numbers are unbelievable, NO?

So whether you are already a developer or want to be, there is a lot to offer for mobile development. We are mentioning few things to help you in becoming a leading role.

 

Multi-tasking:

Multi-tasking

One of the tactics to become popular in mobile application world is to offer multiple services. Try to play different roles for your clients.

  • Be an advisor in order to take the client in confidence and help them understand the project better.
  • Become their customer to help them see requirements they might have overlooked, but should be in the app from the customer’s perspective.

Think as their marketing strategist to help them understand the power of marketing which could really help them in growing their business.

 

Choosing Platform:

Determining the mobile platform on which application will be released on, can be a difficult job. Depending on the targeted customer base, development may be concentrated on either iOS, Android, Windows or another mobile operating system.

The challenge stems from the fact that each of these mobile operating systems has widely different development requirements. This means that companies with a limited budget must choose one particular platform for their early release, with additional development being funded through the revenue generated on the first mobile platform.

We at Sudowarehelp businesses identify the best mobile platform. We do this by conducting market research, helping managers determine their target audience, researching the programming needs of each platform, and identifying their customer’s preferred hardware. Development teams should consider targeting no more than two mobile operating systems at a time in order to maximize their results and reduce unnecessary development costs.

 

App Quality:

  • User experience:

    User experience involves everything that affects user's perception or experience with the product. Our primary concern should be to address the feel of a product for a set of users.
    Here the native and generated applications have the advantage over hybrid applications since their use is natural and immediate with the controls and transitions. In the case of hybrid applications, this must be simulated, which is one step behind.

  • Performance:

    This factor also affects the user experience, if application’s response time is slow, chances are user have a bad experience.

  • Security:

    Another main factor that defines the app quality is security. We should go through all internal security tests and app penetrating tests.

  • Data:

    Generate as much as data from the App regardless of the fact that you can make something out of the data or not. Because in this modern era the state of the art AI algorithms could be used to leverage to uncover hidden aspects that human eye can’t see, which could give your client edge over it’s competitor.

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