Monday, September 30, 2013

Frequently Made Mistakes in Mobile App Development

Smartphone’s and tablets have not only changed the way people run their lives but also how businesses run their operations.  And that’s why developing a mobile streamline the business process or improves collaboration or improves productivity or all three.

Developing a mobile application and developing a website are two entirely different things. If you looking for mobile apps development expert for the Android OS, needless to say, that is not a simple task.  Many times expert programmers also make some pretty basic mistakes while working on a mobile app. This article will brief some of the common mistakes that you must be aware of while hiring a mobile application development company.

Working without a focus: Its common app developers are carried away with the many options available in the Android OS. It’s necessary to focus on the purpose at hand and make sure that the app must meet the designated business objectives. Remember, enterprise mobile apps are more about their usability than aesthetic appeal. Focus on the wants.

Fitting-in too many features:  Nowadays major Smartphone’s come with top-notch features including accelerometer, camera, GPS etc.  Being a Mobile app developer, it’s imperative to meet the immediate needs of your users before considering the frills for later versions or updates of the app. Bear in mind, the app has to meet the user's basic requirement else it will never take off.

Security is important: The security of your mobile application, irrespective of whether you are developing for android or iPhone, it is mandatory. As is obvious, an enterprise app provides users access to sensitive business information. Therefore, let your primary focus be on app usability and security while developing an app for enterprise. Never compromise on these two.

Never complicate UI: The backbone of good user experience is its User Interface. If you fail to give the feel that using your app is difficult, more often than not, soon they might give up on your app and never come back. So considering that most of your users won't be tech savvy geeks, keep it simple-keep it elegant.

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