Do Entrepreneurs Know These Facts Of App Development?
Mobile app ecosystem is turning out to be so promising. Its importance can’t be dismissed now. Businesses, employees and the customers; they all are adopting mobility for a variety of purposes. No doubt apps have simplified computing to a great extent; however, apps have hitting stores at such a rapid pace as many app developers aren’t able to make difference in wrong and right approaches of mobile application. They don’t have many clues about what works and what doesn’t and thus, they are trying everything falling in their way. This is where developer lacks.
So learning phase has not ended yet even for those developers who have spent nearly 7-8 years in mobile application development. New UX, device features, domains, and functionalities keep emerging and so there is the requirement of such mobile application development techniques that can help in coping with newer implementations. Thank got solutions are suggested together with problems.
But these things are mostly unknown to those entrepreneurs who have just entered the market with their mobile app ventures.
No app is free of bug!
There is no way developers can create a bug-free app. It is practically not possible. The reason is that making an app free of bugs is neither economically viable nor there is a requirement of doing so until the app handles mission-critical operations.
There are too many dependencies of an app on mobile device which comes in more than one makes, for platforms that are out of its control, libraries and third party APIs which are not bug-free at all.
To make the app free of bugs, you will need to tighten all loose ends which will simply be not possible; neither time-wise, not money wise. So if being an entrepreneur, if you have been focusing on coming up with such as which has no issue, you are, in fact, waiting a lot of your resources.
Success is not by luck. It takes efforts.
There is no difference in creating a tool or an app. Fundamentals are the same. It solves the problem it is aimed at. Before you begin with your mobile application development, you must deeply understand what exactly the problem is. Do the problem you have is also the problem of the whole user-type you want to create the app for?
Here many entrepreneurs fail to decide what actually the problem is for which they need apps. But here, the success is decided. If you fail to understand how big your problem is, you will fail to attain desired success. Don’t underestimate the app business. And users do not accept anything you offer them. If you don’t discover the problem on the real surface, don’t know much about user behaviour than you will also not be able to make an app that you can say successfully in any way. When such apps are created and released and then downloaded by users, they receive instant uninstall and of course, negative reviews, too.
Adding best of the features does not guarantee success
Adding best of the features does not guarantee success; particularly if users are already using competing apps. A reason for failure is irrationally overvaluing an app while users overvalue other apps they are already using. Until you have 10 times better features and functions than the existing ones, it’s hard to make benefits out of an idea. You have no way to convince users. They are free at their will to decide which apps is the best and because of which they will move next.
Small start can give you a big lead
Attaining success can also be hard if you are trying to enter a market where large players are already dominating. Contrary to it, you should try to enter a narrow market where there is no competition exists. If you are the first to get there, you may get a good response, too. So don’t create an app for the whole world but for a limited group of users.
There are several other things which this post may have missed to address. There may be industry or domain specific requirements which may limit the usability of apps. But once you succeed to entertain them, your app would succeed to entertain users. This is what you want, don’t you?
Author Bio:- Sofia is a digital marketing expert in Rapidsoft technologies, a prominent mobile app development company which provides iOS and Android app development services across the globe. She loves to write about latest mobile trends, mobile technologies, startups and enterprises