Have you ever considered building an app for your company? Whether you’re a business owner, marketing director, or other decision maker for your brand, chances are you’ve had representatives from every kind of agency call regarding mobile apps, mobile websites, and responsive websites. But how are you supposed to know which is right for you?
App development is a complicated process in and of itself, but there are a lot of ways app developers are making the process more complex than it needs to be. With a few simple tips, you can streamline app development, making it easier and more efficient than before.
There was a time when being a visionary meant explaining your vision to the people around you in hopes that they would get on board. Likewise, there was a time when making a sale meant explaining to the client how your product would look, feel and fit in their world. But what if you didn’t have to spend so much time explaining? What if you could just show them? Well, thanks to augmented reality, you can.
The Google Play store boasts 1.6 million different apps for users to download. The Apple App Store features another 1.5 million apps. Even the relatively tiny Amazon Appstore, Windows Phone Store, and BlackBerry World offer a few hundred thousand apps each. Yes, if you’re keeping track, there are well over four million apps available to users, with more added each day.
App development starts well before the first line of code is written and isn’t completed until long after your app is in people’s pockets. Granted, launch day is an exciting day in the life of the app you’ve worked so hard to bring to the market, but it isn’t the final step in app development.
Enterprises have found the goose that laid the golden eggs, and it’s mobile apps. These apps can power the mobile workforce, enable on-the-go work and customer assistance, and even keep workflow moving smoothly when workers are not able to get to the office due to weather or personal circumstances. The problem then lies in the enterprise’s ability to roll out app development projects quickly, smoothly, and with as little glitches as possible.