But the talking point for all this while has been the new OS. BB10 runs multiple apps at one go, making it next only to Android in that category. Even the iPhone falls short in places to match Android and BB10 on that front.
Yes, you got the client. Yipee! Happy day! But the real work starts here. This is where you start to make good impressions to your client. Every client has different demands. Some may be contented with a plain mobile web design while others may want more. when you satisfy even the clients with nearly impossible demands, then you have proven your worth. We all know that every business’s goal should be customer satisfaction, not money. Money will just flow in later when you have proven to the industry that you are stable and that you’re not going anywhere.
Same thing with business, if you have an objective, you measure its winning in most specific way possible. Any objective that you have like when you think about putting an app in the store or catalogue, you should think about measurable objectives.
6) Where is the best place to go if we get stuck? Finding help when you get stuck is extremely important. A good idea would be to put together a network of developers that you can lean on, nothing compares to in-person help. This should be your first option but not everyone lives near other developers. Your next choice should be online forums such as Stack Overflow. Tutorials and walkthroughs are a great resource to call upon but there are many sites such as wiki’s and forums for you to check out. Don’t just use google, remember to try youtube.
What if you found that you have a better recipe than the recipe used by others? Do you want to edit every part of a recipe, even if it is not yours? For this purpose, you can use Basil and Paprika. Basil is an interesting website applications for cooking. It allows you to collect different recipes in one spot. It lets user search some well respected cooking sites for recipes. You can pull all these recipes in this app. Paprika has most of the features of Basil. And apart from these features, the app can search tons of sites for tons of recipes.
The report further also highlighted various factors that helped in the growth of the mobile application market. It streamed the lowered cost mobile data plans, a growing adoption of smartphones, improvements to native applications’ usability and the ability for publishers to offer free and low-cost apps supported by ads as main factors for the growth among others.
2) How can we ensure that our apps don’t get rejected? Apple in particular is well known for rejecting apps. There are a few reasons for your app to get rejected, like an app that duplicates an already existing function. Apple tends to prefer unique content now that the store has filled nicely. Also they tend to not like beta content. Simply using numbers less than one to define your software(commonly used in beta stages) can get your app denied.
Casual app: Gone are the days of selling in the face. It’s time to get more strategic and subtle about your brand promotion. Casual apps are designed for light entertainment while on the go. Say you run a cake shop. You can promote your brand by designing a light game app around dressing a cake or deciding menu for a kid’s birthday bash.