Your company has launched a great new mobile app. Now, how to do you keep users engaged. The mobile app landscape is very competitive with over a million mobile apps vying for users attention. For every Facebook, Snapchat and Disney Creativity Studio there are thousands of mobile apps that lose a users interest in months. In fact, approximately 70% of mobile apps are deleted or go unused after three months. Below are a few tips on how to keep users engaged with your mobile app. Read More
Worry Free LabsFind Out What Your Users Want in a Mobile App Before Building It
Building a killer mobile app is as much about tapping your creativity as it is about having your ear to the ground. It’s why, more and more, IT professionals, developers, and even CIOs are going beyond their cubicles and boardrooms to physically interact with stakeholders. They want to understand their users’ pain. Whether your mobile app users will be your own employees or consumers, getting to know their challenges can help you design a product they'll use.
Worry Free Labs4 Ways to Improve the Odds That Your iOS App Will Succeed
Apple has already sold more than 800 million iOS devices and expects to sell more than 1 billion by 2015. For creators of iPhone and iPad iOS apps, the potential market is enormous. But with more than 1.2 million apps currently available in the app store, the competition for users' attention is fierce. Some large developers and brands have substantial resources to run costly advertising campaigns to market their apps, while thousands of great apps developed by businesses without substantial budgets can languish in the store without users.
The market for iPhone apps is abundant, with over 1.2 million apps available in the app store. But, if your app has a great user experience and becomes popular, like Instragram and Disney Creativity Studio, it can be quite lucrative. While there are plenty of good ideas for new apps, it's imperative to execute the Design and Development well to increase the chances of success. The recommended path would be to hire an experienced firm with a proven track record, such as Worry Free Labs to help with Design or Development. But if you are working on a limited budget, there are many tools and programs available that can help you Design and Visualize how the end product should function and look.