Among the major challenges for developers is the need to create the same program/ app for both web and native mobile applications yet having to keep separate project files for each one of them. Wouldn’t it be convenient, to keep the shareable resources between the different projects in one place, while only keeping separate the codes that are specific to each platform? Well, that’s exactly what the Angular framework does for you.
Do you need a mobile application for your company to succeed in the current market environment? This single question has baffled many company executives as they endeavor to strategize and implement marketing campaigns. There is, however, not a simple yes or no response to this kind of question. There are several factors to be considered before you finally decide whether you need an app or not as a company.
Getting your app discovered can be the biggest uphill battle of app development. You’ve assembled the development team, hit the right test markets, and worked out all the bugs. But, just like a tree falling in the woods, if your app isn’t visible, is it really even there? The Apple App Store has over 1.3 million apps, so finding the right keywords to make your app stand out is an essential part of the process. Here are some of the best tips for keyword optimization to help your app pops up in searches.
Despite their prevalence and increasing visibility, mobile apps still remain shrouded in mystery to many consumers. The average app user may note the user-friendliness of the app, or the convenience of its service, but many users know little about what goes into app development. In reality, there are many decisions to be made in the development process that will largely determine the overall costs of development. Today, we will discuss some of the important decisions in mobile app development and the rough cost of developing a mobile app.