Create a life-long successful Application!

Here are some tips to build a successful application: A successful application is one that is clear and purposeful; it doesn’t have to contain too much features and it communicates its value. It has to vouch for a strong brand that cannot be easily forgotten, it requires a strong identity that distinguishes it from other applications. A remarkable application should be ‘intuitive’ and reliable; generally users (85%) are up for quality; so the app should opt more for a better usability and avoid the common pitfalls such us crashes, memory and battery abuse. Additionally, an app should be intuitive; it facilitates the how-to-do and not waste user’s time in unnecessary steps; a study shows 50% of people prefer an ‘easy to use’ app over any other type. An important value of a good application is updates, supplying your app with new content and new features perpetually keeps users coming back to the application. It always invites users to keep an eye on what’s new on the app and eager to explore its functions. Updates should take a balanced rhythm, it should not be excessive and it should not take long gaps. Applications, nowadays, should go along with the users’ life and the techs surrounding him! It ought to be connected to all advanced devices and tools; More importantly the connectivity of an app is more valuable when it contains chatting options that keeps users connected! Source:

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