In the early 1990s Microsoft vision was to put a desktop in every home was inspirational, but in today’s world, it’s rather redundant.
Don’t spend time and resources only to find out that your app has no market or someone else is already providing the solution you have developed.
Carrying out a competitor’s analysis, will help you to carve out your unique selling proposition, and better position your app for success.
Your users are not using a wide array of digital devices; smartphones, tablets, desktops watches, TV.
Take this opportunity to build a seamless experience across platforms and target a global market. Partner with an app development company that can align your business goals with your platform of choice.
Mobile apps can be monetized in several ways, such as subscriptions, in-app purchases, and in-app advertising. Start thinking early about what makes sense for your app. Research the monetization models of other popular apps.
Start with a MVP (the core feature of your app), this will allow you to obtain validated learning (from real users) about your product. This learning is essential in shaping your efforts on said product. To get your product idea from idea to MVP, you employ other learning aids as you build. Two such aids are proof of concept (PoC) and Prototype. It’s better to get a strong core version of your app out and let your users’ feedback help you refine and expand your product.
In-app analytics helps you understand your users’ interact with your app (). This gives you the information you need to continue improving upon your product in ways that matter to your users.