Creating and Promoting Mobile Apps: A Quick Developer’s Guide

  • Mobile Application Development

  • Published On November 5, 2013

  • Updated On June 17, 2024

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Being a mobile developer, you might be aware about the fact that mobile application development is a multi-dimensional, multi-functional and complicated process that involves a lot of phases starting from requirements analysis, coding to formatting the app for the different mobile devices. In such scenario, it has become quite difficult for the developers to make their mobile application development venture successful.

Moreover, the consistently growing mobile app market has made it imperative for the developers to market and promote their application effectively to reach out millions of potential users across the globe. So, how would you develop and promote your mobile application development venture effectively in this fiercely competitive market? Here’re a few quick guidelines that would help you create and promote your mobile app effectively.

• Before you move ahead to create a mobile app, make sure you are a clear why you need it and how it would help you or your business. Give a thought to the application you wish to build and plan out everything precisely. This will help you get the things done quickly and easily during the development and marketing phase.

Your first goal should be to attract and please the target users. So, to engage them with your iPhone application development venture, it is important that you provide something unusual while providing a great user experience. Try to spend time analyzing other similar applications available in the market and find out what more you can bring to the users.

Always try to leverage from the built-in features of the mobile devices and the operating systems for which the app is designed. It will help you save your time and efforts while making your app work smoothly over the mobile devices.

Try to incorporate analytics within the app code in order to make it easy for you to track the performance of your mobile app. By doing so, you will be able to know what your user wants from you and what are the areas where you can improve your application for better performance.

Try to give your app maximum exposure in the market once you’re done with the development phase. You can do a lot of activities like link your app on the regular website or design a specific website to make the users aware about the features and possibilities associated with your mobile app. You can also write press releases describing your app features and how it differs from the rest of the apps in the market.

Make sure you submit your app to the various app review websites and request the experts to give their feedback on your app. Post their remarks or reviews over the website.

Apart from all these, if you’ve developed mobile website, then focus more on contents, images and other aspects in order make it easy for the mobile users to navigate smoothly through their mobile devices. Do you think anything is missing? If yes, share it in the comments.

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