The idea of starting an android app career is exciting, yet overwhelming for many. Take a look at 100 people who were considering starting an Android app career, and see how many of these 100 people went on to actually make an app. The number of those that went ahead with their desire to create an app is around 2%. But why do so many people step down from making an app? In today’s post we are going to take a look at two common myths that stop people from starting an Android app career.
1: If my idea is so wonderful surely it must already exist. Oh yeah, believe it or not, many people lack confidence in their idea, thinking that if the idea was really so good then there would already be an app for it. Well, let me tell you something guys, if every inventor had this chain of thought, then the world would never have advanced to where we are today. Technology and innovation come from bright ideas, ideas that no one else has thought of, or ideas that no one else has had the confidence to put into action.
Why don’t you do some research, and see if an app already exists. If there is no app like your idea appearing in the top pages of a search, then there is room for you to create it. Get your idea out there before someone else does.
2: Creating apps is an expensive hobby. Obviously people that have said this have never heard of an Android app template program, such as AppsGeyser. Creating an app is simple and free. The only cash you need to invest is the $25 to upload the apps to GooglePlay. With programs such as AppsGeyser, all you need to do is to insert the content of the app and the coding is done for you. What’s more, the templates can also be customized to make them individual to your brand style.
Creating an app is not only free, but if done correctly can also make you money. AppsGeyser has an inbuilt monetization program that app makers are welcome to join once they have achieved a set number of app downloads and usage ratio. In addition to integrated banner ads, you also have the ability to add other forms of monetization within your free to use Android app.