Stop for a moment and try to absorb the fact that on an average, Smartphone users spend more than 2 hours a day using mobile apps. That’s more time than they spend watching TV or reading a newspaper. Now think of where you are spending the chunk of your marketing budget? Maybe you should instead be using that money to build a mobile application for your business. And if you’ve already thought of that, but are feeling overwhelmed by the sheer complexity of the task, we have just the resource for you. Here’s an Infographic that breaks down the process of creating your first business mobile app, into bite-sized chunks, helping you get a clear view of all the steps involved in mobile app development.
Sure it is a long and multi-layered process and can become quite confusing at times. But this information will give you a step-by-step bird’s eye view, and enable you to understand all the nuances involved. So when you are faced with questions such as which platform to build for first, which language to use and which development company to hire, you have just the right answers.
And you need those answers. The choices you make will play the biggest role in determining the final quality of your app. Choosing the right app development company is one of the most critical decisions you will need to make. You need a full team of developers, designers, at least one analyst and a project manager. You need to interview them well and really decide who the best person is for the job in terms of experience, innovation, and of course, value for your money. This Infographic will tell you the questions you need to ask your development company, to make sure they are the right people for the job.
Similarly, developing for both major platforms – Apple and Android – can be rather expensive and time-intensive. So you may have to choose just one, at least to begin with. And that choice will have to be carefully weighed against your business goals, target audience, and several other factors. Once again, the Infographic developed by team «Moveo» will show you just what you need to know about each platform, to be able to make the right choice. So read on to find out all this and much more about creating the first mobile app for your business.