Yesterday we started out on our app making mission. We took the first step on the path to our app making success mission and now is time for the fun to begin. Today we are going to look at which app template we are going to use, we will name our app, and we will create our app description.
Deciding on your template
AppsGeyser has a large range of different app templates to choose from, each bring their own different style to your application. It is important when choosing your app template you ask yourself the question – What will my app do? Will it show photos, will it show my videos, will it provide news about the subject? Then you can see which app template suits your needs.
When making an Android app from scratch for the first time we suggest starting with something simple to get used to using the tools, marketing and promoting your app before you build up your app network with more advanced tools.
I have decided for the app we are making together, our dog show app, I am going to start with an easy to build wallpaper app. A wallpaper app is built using the photo template and I will create a Facebook fan page to collate all my photos. Click here to see more information about creating a wallpaper app.
Deciding on your name
I am going to use Google Adwords to help me choose a keyword relevant app name. The reason I want my app to be keyword relevant is because this will help my app to place higher in Google searches. I have decided to call my app, Dog Show Photos because it will feature dog show photos. As you can see the competition level is low and there are currently 2900 native searches for these words.
Writing your description
Keep your description short and factual. You don’t want to bored your potential user. I have chosen to use my keywords twice in my description and I have kept it to the minimum of just two sentences which I feel tells the potential user what to expect when they open the app.
I hope this step has helped you get started in making an Android app from scratch – our tutorial will continue later in the week – keep watching this space. Follow us on Facebook too.
1:Who is AppsGeyser?
2:How to Start making an app?
3: Create an app – Step 2 choosing template and name
5: HTML coding
6: Publish to GooglePlay
7: Publish to Alternate app stores
8: Saving screenshots
9: Checking my app – relaunch
10:Sending push notifications