The developers, publishers and organizations of mobile app companies from different regions, who once considered mobile apps development as a source of improving business profitability, have come to a stand that it is difficult to earn high Return on Investment (ROI) from mobile apps development.

Although the idea of mobile apps development may sound to be profitable, the fact is that, it isn’t really profitable. Following are the instructions that are to be followed while developing mobile app for achieving its result.

Mobile Apps Guide

Mobile Apps Security:

Mobile apps security has always remained to be the topic of debate.

Because of the weakness or flaw in Google operating system, around 5 billion downloaded Android apps have become insecure which gives a fair estimate about the absence of security. App security will definitely serve as a boon for making mobile apps development profitable.

Open source nature and unencrypted communication, being android’s one of the most critical weaknesses, relies on the hackers who can block and introduce low code influencing end users.
Previously hackers could only use jail broken devices, such devices allowed users to install apps not released through the secured Apple’s App Store.  The hackers can now introduce malware even in the non-jail broken devices to change or modify apps that have been downloaded from the App Store thereby increasing the liability to iOS apps.

Restrict Apps Failure:

In this highly competitive market and with app downloads, it is important for the developer to understand the techniques of engaging and appealing the users. Apps possessing bad user, experience weak functionality and lack interesting communication that are often avoided and neglected. The top most apps are the robust users.

Go Hybrid:

Preferring hybrid apps will publish apps through various stores and work on different platforms if required. The app users also should be given the benefit of ‘the native user experience’ they require and a PhoneGap to build cross platform mobile apps as it makes sense in mobile ecosystem aiming at iOS  or the users of Android. The apps should be designed in such a way that it satisfies both the users. Creating native apps for both the platforms may be a costly affair, but at the same time, it is difficult to avoid any user group.  Thus, under such circumstances, hybrid app guarantees the target users about its usage.

Similarly, if you are willing to invest both, time and money, then native app development is the correct choice in terms of quick monetization through Apple App Store of Google Play.

Testing & Targeting:

The unknown and unidentified virus appears or sounds like death bells for apps. One’s reputation is definitely affected with the negative feedback that comes in the way of the users while facing problems with app functionality showing  apps defects. Thus, one has to have a sound knowledge of sustained testing of apps.

Bearing in mind, the performance of your app on different operating systems like Android, iOS etc., and versions like jellybean, kitkat, iOS 7 etc, carrier network and devices, functional testing and performance testing should be more focused on.

The functional excellence of your apps depends upon the way in which they can work out according to the requirements of the users. Avoiding or ignoring the same may lead to limited audience and also affect your apps performance.

Desktop & Mobile Users are Not The Same:

It would rather be a blunder to look at mobile apps from the desktop users’ point of view. The manners in which the apps are used on big screens are contrary to the devices used on smaller screens. The contextual use of mobile apps should also be kept in mind while developing them.

To sum up, while developing and preparing mobile apps, such qualities like its users are fast and speedy as well as finger-sensitive should be thought of.

Hence, AS YOU SOW, SO SHALL YOU REAP, because to get the best, you have to give the best? Isn’t it?



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