Your app notifications are annoying to your users, and that is a fact.
64% of your mobile app users consider your push notifications a nuisance; and if the issues are not resolved, they will most likely resort to uninstalling your app.
According to Statista, smartphone users worldwide are expected to touch the number of four million by 2020. With so much market, you would think your app will have users rushing in and downloading, but that’s not the case for most business app owners.
Get an awesome app idea for your company, develop the app, launch the app on the play store, sit, relax and watch as the downloads come rushing in. That should be the way to go, right? If this was 12 years ago when there were only 500 apps in the app store, I would have told you yes.
Believe me when I say I’ve seen a lot of ugly-looking sites and this isn’t about how weird the colour looks or how bad the layout is or how stretched the pictures are, this is about how bad the typography looks.
Back-end development is quite an under-specified term. It is often used as a catchall term for everything that happens on the other side of the network, away from the end user’s computer. It encompasses web application programming, database design and administration, system administration and infrastructure management, and every other activity that goes on behind the scenes.