Creating mobile applications iOS | Android

When does my business need a mobile app?

Many business owners and marketers wonder if and when their organization would benefit from a mobile application? Because such a process requires time and budget to create an application. Wouldn’t an app be cool? Yes, it probably would, but is the ROI (return on investment) worth it, that’s a really good question?

When is a mobile application needed in addition to a website?
So if you’re thinking about an iOS or Android app, the first question you need to ask yourself is simply, do I have a website? If the answer is yes, then continue to consider the app, if the question is no, then stop considering the app and build a high-quality, responsive, mobile-friendly website.

Why is a website important?
Basically every organization needs a website that can be accessed from any device without the need to download an app. It allows your audience to learn more about you and your story and your mission to get exposure to your product or services, it allows people to contact you, and your audience simply expects you to have a website, your organization must be able to be found quickly online , but while a mobile-friendly website is an absolute necessity for modern businesses, a mobile app can create unique opportunities to reach your customers.

Potential audience for mobile apps
We know that users of all ages are spending more time on mobile phones and according to MindSea mobile users spend 87% of their time in apps which can make an app a great outlet to reach your audience.

When is a mobile application needed in addition to a website?

So if you’re thinking about an iOS or Android app, the first question you need to ask yourself is simply, do I have a website? If the answer is yes, then continue to consider the app, if the question is no, then stop considering the app and build a high-quality, responsive, mobile-friendly website.

Why is a website important?
Basically every organization needs a website that can be accessed from any device without the need to download an app. It allows your audience to learn more about you and your story and your mission to get exposure to your product or services, it allows people to contact you, and your audience simply expects you to have a website, your organization must be able to be found quickly online , but while a mobile-friendly website is an absolute necessity for modern businesses, a mobile app can create unique opportunities to reach your customers.

Potential audience for mobile apps

We know that users of all ages are spending more time on mobile phones and according to MindSea mobile users spend 87% of their time in apps which can make an app a great outlet to reach your audience.

Why must your mobile app be worth downloading?
Your app must be worth downloading and that’s the key! A business that usually has to provide a unique experience that can’t be found on your website, so if you think of yourself as an app that just tells users about your organization and shares blog articles that aren’t really that different from your website that probably isn’t going to be very successful. , unless you produce a huge amount of content and have a very loyal following Your app should typically allow users to do something your website doesn’t, like scan receipts and earn points or provide an augmented reality experience that lets them interact with your product or playing a game etc.

The advantage of push notifications for businesses
One of the advantages for businesses using mobile applications is establishing a direct connection with customers, especially through push notifications and mobile purchases. Push notifications are a direct line to your audience, so there are many ways to take advantage of this, the most obvious being to simply tell your most loyal customers about sales and discounts that might interest them. Push notifications can be used to announce upcoming events to let customers know about changing hours or alert them to limited time offers. Businesses that don’t want to sell through their app can still take advantage of direct connection apps.

Advantage for internal use of the application
Many companies use internal applications to communicate with their staff and facilitate remote work, companies with staff who work remotely or on construction sites such as construction or engineering often use internal applications to efficiently communicate between the site and the office or send technical data to a database . The fleet can be securely monitored using the app without the need for employees to send messages while they are currently driving. We’ve built apps like these for clients before and they become really valuable to their team and their customers.

Mobile apps can be more useful than a website
Other companies use apps as an opportunity to showcase their brand, so apps can take up the entire screen and create a really good experience for the client and it’s maybe a little more immersive, it can rely more on animation and a stylized app icon, etc. So there are definitely pros and cons to that.

Three signs that you should consider a mobile application for your business
Should you build an app that’s the big question? If your organization wants to offer a very unique customized experience that can’t be offered on a website, an app is probably a good idea. If you want a more direct way to interact with your loyal customers, an app is probably a good idea. If you have a really large and very loyal following and offer a large amount of regular new content, an app is probably a good idea, so if you’re interested in a new mobile app feel free to contact us, we have a full team of app developers, we do it all the time and we’d love to let’s help!

1. MEETING

The first phase of the project starts from discussing all requirements or problems with our team members and proposing solutions for it through our creative ideas.

2. PLANNING

In this phase we set and prioritize goals, create a project schedule and then identify possible problems and complete a risk assessment.

3. EXECUTION

In this critical phase where the developers finish the application and where every single detail has been considered from the previous phase, where the test product or Beta version will be obtained by the end.

4. TESTING

The testing phase including every detail in the beta version, and then prepare for the release of the final version of the product.

5. DELIVERY

We can finally say that everything is ready, to be presented to users, release and delivery of the application to the client.

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