Have they offered to develop your mobile application with a turnkey contract? Or maybe you asked for this, due to budget restrictions? Both of these are possible and real scenarios.
In our experience, what happens most often is that a client reaches out to us asking to develop an app while staying within the budget that the company has set up for that year.
Sure, there are people that do this, just like there are people that look for a good compromise, but we try to avoid working with turnkey contracts, and here’s why.
Elements to consider
You are considering getting a mobile application for your company. Nothing strange there: a lot of your competitors probably already have one, just as hundreds of thousands of other companies in the world.
When you are trying to find out who to reach out to for the development of your app, usually you go around asking colleagues and acquaintances for help or suggestions, you go to Google and you ask for estimates. Nothing strange here either. But there is a question that always lurks in the background: “How can tell the difference between a high quality app and a low quality one? Can I trust that a higher price will guarantee me a better product?”
Certainly price on its own is not a great indicator of a mobile app’s quality because there are a lot of aspects to take into consideration, in addition to the cost.
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So, you have an app idea, do you?
You’re now ready to turn your dream into a reality?
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.
In this article you’ll learn:
How to identify a market for your app
How to determine your target audience
How to determine which revenue model works best for your app
How to keep your app optimized and relevant
How to get started with the buildout
And SO MUCH MORE!
The world is full of new apps to handle just about every task you can imagine. If you can dream it, it probably already exists.
I don’t mean to burst your bubble, but your app startup is one of the many that will launch in the same month, week, or even day that you go live.
That said, it’s still entirely possible to create an exciting new concept that functions well, stands out from the crowd, and delivers something that its users find extremely valuable. There are plenty of new apps that have achieved great success amongst the seemingly endless sea of competitors.
What do those apps have in common?