What You Don’t Know About Mobile App Development
Everyone seems to be under the impression that they can hire a freelance coder, build out their concept, and get rich with the next viral app.
I hate to be the one to burst so many bubbles, but the truth is very far removed from this
common misperception of the mobile app development world. In fact, there are so many “behind the scenes” processes involved in the creation of a successful app that, had they been known, it would have discouraged a great deal of failed app startups from ever trying.
That said, understanding everything that is involved in the mobile app development process BEFORE you set out to create one gives you a major leg up over the majority of your competitors.
You see, while app ideas are a dime a dozen, executing a thorough and well-formulated app development strategy is extremely rare.
At this point, you’re wondering how to make that app. The app development process can be complicated and creating an app that will be successful involves much more than simply building out the idea you have in your head. That’s what I’m here to guide you through today.
I’ll be explaining the step-by-step process of turning your creative genius into an app that you’ll soon be able to market and monetize.
If you can put together all of the pieces to this intricate puzzle, you’ll have a much higher chance of developing a truly successful app.
That’s why I’ve taken the time to create this guide. It outlines everything you’ll need to know about your app BEFORE you start the mobile app development process, such as:
• Understanding each type of app (native, hybrid, web)
• Di erent app platforms (Android, iOS, etc.)
• Important questions to ask yourself before before you begin
• Qualities that make or break an app
• How to develop for the ULTIMATE user experience
• How to test and optimize to ensure longevity in the market
• What you need to understand about e ective monetization
• The importance of developing a guiding strategy
• And so much more…
This is the guide that every app startup wished they had before they began development. Seriously, it’s that good.