Making an app is a fun and exciting task, people want to make apps for different reasons but often aren’t ready to make an app successfully. In order to make an app successfully you need to answer the following 6 questions before you get started on your app making career.
1: Why are you making an app? As a business tool or as a new business?
There are two different reasons people use AppsGeyser. The first is to make an app for a business that they already have which they want to turn mobile. The second reason people choose to make an app is to start an app making business
2: Is your app audience Android or iOS based?
Think about the type of people that will be downloading your app and what devices they are likely to be using in order to know if it is worthwhile building an Android app or an iOS app.
3: Should you charge a download fee?
This is a concept that we have spoken about on a number of occasions. There are different reasons as to why we feel that an app should be freely available to download for no cost but you need to make your own decision on this aspect of your app making
4: What template style should you use?
How well do you know your app audience? You need to understand the style that will best grab the attention of your audience. It may be worth your while trying out a number of the free template styles before deciding upon the template style for your main app.
5: Can you make the app yourself?
AppsGeyser templates are very simple to use, but even so you may wish to use a third party to create an app for you. Is it financially viable for you to hire an app maker or should you use a free template to get started and then once your business is thriving move on to a more sophisticated app.
6. Should you create one app or an app network?
In order to make a big impact on the app world we suggest that you focus your attention on building a number of small apps before you embrace your main app. The reason we suggest building an app network is to help you learn from your app making experiences, learn your audience requirements and also build your audience loyalty.