If you, as an application entrepreneur, are of the view that developing a successful mobile application is rocket science, that is simply not the case. Mobile application development is strenuous but not exactly impossible. For all it is, mobile application development is tons easier than it ever was! An able application entrepreneur can develop a quick, successful and popular application just by paying attention to a few points, as shown below.
It’s All About Value
First, an application entrepreneur should be to create value for customers. Therefore, never try to imitate what has already been done with other applications. Indigenous ideas are always the best ones and go a long way as well. A clever and shrewd entrepreneur would try inter-mixing already established ideas with his newly created ones. And once these ideas start gelling and yielding results, he would surely come up with something scintillating.
Get The User Out Of A Fix
The sole aim of a mobile application developer should be to solve a particular problem of the user through his application. Obviously, add-ons are necessary, but they should never be so many that they outclass the main application and tend to defeat the core purpose of the app itself. Thus, the app should be problem-focused and user-friendly.
Whenever a user logs in to download or purchase any application software, he expects the developer to explain to him as to what his creation is all about. The user likes to be well informed about the application beforehand. Thus, an efficient app entrepreneur would define all the features of his app on the very first screen. This would make it easy for the user to know whether it suits his needs or not. Also, mentioning the operating systems and devices on which the application would yield best results is an added bonus.
Improvise, Remix and Reiterate
A very simple way of bringing revolutionary improvising ideas to an application is by mashing up and mixing the features of the app with the phone capabilities and features. Essentially, the duty of an entrepreneur is to come up with new ideas that haven’t been used earlier. For example, a developer can include broadcast features to his application, depending on the capabilities of the user’s phone. Other features like contacts synchronization, Facebook and Twitter shortcuts, maps or clocks can also be included as add-ons. In addition to this, continuous updating of an application is equally necessary. Futhermore, the mobile app developer must keep coming up with newer and more useful updated versions of his app. This would keep it fresh and popular among Android lovers for a long time. According to a recent study, 90% of the Android users uninstall and delete an application in the first 6 months. Don’t let that happen to your application!