Everyone has realized how important Smartphones and Tablets are for both enterprises and the users and this is a huge motivation factor for companies to start developing and publishing apps just to connect with their audience. But the problem is it is not that easy to develop an app as it is to think about it and many company get it wrong and instead of connecting and improving their brand image with their customers, they end up spoiling their image and relationships which is not expected because one does not spend time and money to lose customers. Here are 10 tips to help you.
Now that we have covered time management skills and tips to using your time wisely in general, it is now time to see how it’s applied to iPhone app developers. Time management is a skill that you must master if you are to become a successful iPhone App Developer. When you are starting your journey to become an App Developer, most likely you are doing it at night after your day job, school or college. In this case, you have limited time and want to make the time that you do have count.
Do you have the habit of highlighting texts? In your iPad you can do it. By using reading tools you can highlight text or underline it. You can also make notes and search for the meaning of a word in the dictionary or on the web. By switching on the Voiceover tool, the iPad will read the book for you. Buy books from the iBook store and create an online library.
Talk to the project managers working in the firm: Android and iOS development is not an easy task and it takes years of experience to master the technologies. It makes sense to speak to the project managers that the firm has to make sure that the professionals working on your project are good enough to do the task. You could also ask the firm for the resumes of their team members working on your project.
Commit your idea to written form. In addition to writing words, sketch, draw, add color and lay out flow charts. It’s crucial you move your thoughts out of your brain to paper or, in case you are totally digital..a Tablet. Flow chart not merely why an individual would want your app but how would your customer use it. This is particularly vital if your app is a game.
Get a lot of tongues wagging about your app before you release it and you can count on a strong start after launch. But all the promotion that you do through social media and blog posting needs to be pertinent. Writing lots of blogs on lifestyle blogs won’t be very useful if you are creating a business app. Similarly, promoting a games or entertainment app on LinkedIn may not be a smart idea: Facebook and Twitter would be more useful in such a case.
You might take a hit in the beginning and not make a lot of money or publicity, but you’ll learn. Because honestly, it isn’t about what you know, but about what you can learn. I hope your idea for an app becomes successful.