Also, you need to know who are the other people that are playing the game with you? What are they doing? Does it matter what they are doing, and should that change what you do? In the Apple Store there are more than 200,000 apps and so you need to check other’s strategies as well. What is popular might not work for you.
So what if you already know how to build an app? It has already been released to the public. Is that it? Marketing would have to be done in order to make more people aware of your app. There is no point of building an app if no one will use it anyway.
Nike+ GPS is the perfect app for novice or experienced runners. It uses GPS technology to track your runs. Friends can connect to your workouts to help motivate you by commenting or liking your progress. It even offers a game mode called Nike+ Tag that pits you against friends who use the app. Voice feedback lets you focus on your run instead of on your phone screen. Nike+ GPS makes running even more fun and can help get you out of bed on grey mornings when you don’t quite feel like a run.
It is March madness in Austin for spring break. Furiously cleaning up downtown after Mardi Gras festivities, there will certainly be a St. Patrick’s Day parade for the green beer lovers/Irish patrons alike. Throw that all in the mix with SXSW and you should have a place to “Gowalla” every day on your stay-cation or home away vacation.
T – Technology is a big part of the American mom’s life. A Nielsen study indicates that moms have above-average smartphone ownership. What this means for you, the small business owner, is that it in order to reach this group, you need to make sure that your website is mobile optimized. Also, consider the benefits of having a mobile phone application for your business.
YKTYK : The usage of acronyms has been gaining popularity since the arrival of Sms. YKTYK (you need to pronounce it as Yacketyak) is an iPhone utility app that comes loaded with acronyms. We all know a few acronyms such as LOL, ROFL and Asap. However, this app has a huge database of 1800 acronyms and offers acronym suggestions while you type your texts. If you have some interesting acronyms, you can add them to the default database. With YKTYK, you can start using some interesting acronyms such as aisb4 and a! from this holiday season. This app lets users share these messages in Facebook and twitter. It costs USD 0.99 and it is compatible iPhones and iPads running iOS 3.0 or later.
Coding the App: – The third step is to code the app! This is where the role of app developers is most vital. But even before coding, it is important for the client to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement, or NDA, with the developer he has hired for developing the app. This is important since it will ensure that the uniqueness of the App is preserved and no one else can steal it.