When you consider the startup scene in Australia, there are some obvious conclusions that you can draw. Sydney is the biggest startup hub in Australia. Evidently, it is 55% larger than Melbourne, 6 times the size of Brisbane and nearly 8 times the size of the Perth startup ecosystem.
Smartphones and tablets are so popular that they resulted in the creation of the mobile app industry. In fact, the Federal Trade Commission notes that over 1,000 mobile apps are released each day. Continue reading “How To Fail-Safe Your App Development Process”
Mobile phones are much in vogue today. Everyone has high-tech smartphones, and also a bunch of mobile apps installed in them. It’s no secret that we use mobile apps everyday to read news, network with friends, do some random tasks or just kill time. And, whenever we come to know about a new app, we are quick to download it. We use some apps daily without thinking how can Continue reading “How To Use Mobile Apps Efficiently: The A to Z”
You have an app idea and you have finalized to develop an app so that you could bring your app idea to life. You already know the pitfalls of getting an app developed by a freelancer or outsourcing the app development process. So, you have also decided that you want to get an app developed by an app development company.
It is difficult to go wrong with a mobile app, yet most of the apps developed are flawed at their core. When you are developing a mobile app, you have to get some basics things about your app right to underpin its chances of a shot at glory. There are 9 critical parameters that can make your app a success. They are:
- Functionality is most important, as it is the axle around which all other features revolve.
- App, and all its features should work perfectly: buttons should be easily clicked, features should work as suggested, game play should be smooth and without glitches.
- The functioning of the app should be exactly the same regardless of whether the device is a smartphone, phablet or even a tablet.
- Having a powerful functionality will instantly separates the wheat (your app) from the chaff (garden-variety apps lacking functionality).
iPhone apps don’t work on Android phones, and Android apps don’t work on iPhones because of the fragmented nature of the app ecosystem.