In the 60s of the last century, to get acquainted with the company, the client looked through business cards, brochures of companies and came to the office. A relevant question when studying an organization now is: “Do they have a mobile application?”
Modern applications are rightfully considered one of the most powerful tools for connecting with the target audience from a business point of view. Almost every adult in the world has a smartphone right now, and the number continues to increase. This is a pretty strong argument in favor of focusing on modern mobile technologies.
If you still don’t understand why creating your own mobile business platforms has become so popular, we have prepared the most important reasons to join the segment of entrepreneurs who are already using applications for business.
You may have heard the slogan “There’s an app for that” which was used (and is now trademarked) by Apple in 2009 during a series of TV commercials they ran to promote the many apps available on their ever-popular app store.
This slogan is especially relevant to the productivity of your workplace. Whether you want to spend less time in meetings or manage your customers more efficiently – thankfully, there is an app for that.
When developing an app, the question often arises which way to go – to develop a native mobile application or a web application. Both paths have advantages and disadvantages, some of which can be critical for development. Let’s take a look at the possible pros and cons of web applications and native applications together and find out which type is right for you.
What do you need to create a mobile application? Not much really. A good idea can move mountains. Suppose you have a brilliant idea about the coolest and most functional application. How to bring it to life? Where to go, what to do? How long will it take and how much will it cost? How to find app developers? We will try to answer all these questions as simply and clearly as possible in this article.