4 Tips to Creating a Mobile Application for Your Business!

Mobile apps have now become the in thing. Businesses are actually regarding them as a necessity. When apps were first developed a few years ago, people saw them as a luxury. But the story has changed. Whether you sell bread or cars, you must have a mobile application for your business or risk losing your customers to your competitors that have already embraced the technology.

The relevance of an app has actually surpassed that of a website. This is because demographics from search engines show that consumers are spending more time on apps than they do on websites. Businesses are therefore closing in on this phenomenon because it seems to be the key to building a bigger clients’ base much faster. Here are some tips that you can use to develop an app that easily transforms users into buyers of your products and services.


  1. Focus on Convenience

The consumers of this day and age value convenience more than anything. You should therefore consider this need when building your app. Otherwise your efforts will only be a waste of time and resources. At the end of the day, you want users to have a lasting experience. It’s therefore important to craft an app that enables users to do different things without necessarily looking for another app to meet the same need. For instance, you can design the app to allow users to pay water and electricity bills, pay for gasoline at the filling station and send money to family and friends on the same platform.  Customers actually find ditching such an integrated app difficult. This is what contributes to loyalty.


  1. Do Your Homework

Don’t develop an app just for the sake of having one like other businesses. The worst mistake you can make is to create an app that’s not needed. You must therefore do thorough research on the potential users that you want to develop the app for. And don’t imagine that the app can be used by everybody. As a matter of fact, people have different preferences.

It’s therefore recommended that you narrow down your research to people that use certain products or services with the aim of knowing what they want in an app. For instance, you should be able to find out whether the majority of them use phones that run on iOS or Android so that you can tell whether you will make an app that supports both operating systems or just one of them.


  1. Simple is the Best

The users of an app are not impressed by its complexity. All they want is just to be able to do what matters to them and be gone. You should therefore embrace simplicity in your app. Users should be able to navigate around it without getting confused. Lest you forget, there are other businesses out there that trade in the same services and products that you have to offer. This means that customers don’t have the time to waste on an application that’s not designed to be user friendly. The app should also load faster to help customers save time for other things. Just remember that time is money, and it must be used wisely.


  1. Test the App in Advance

Launching an app that has not yet been tested will only make you look like an idiot. Your business will actually become a laughing stock. Even if you are in a hurry to release the app into the market place, you should take some time to test it first on real people. That way, you will be able to identify potential errors and correct them immediately. As a matter of fact, testing should be done on every stage of app development. This will actually give you the confidence to answer questions resulting from the errors.

Judhajeet Das

Tech Passionate and Heavy Geek! Into Blogging world since 2014 and never looked back since then :) I am also a YouTube Video Producer and Co-own InMyPlanet Networks. Co-Founder, Tekh Decoded.

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