Application developers are the doers who bind the project together. Their genius mind not only understands the elements of the business proposal, but their creativity integrates modern technology with the other traditional aspects to put forth the best product. This is why it rightly said - you can mass-produce hardware; you cannot mass-produce software; you cannot mass-produce the human mind. And let’s not forget finding and hiring these experts to build your web and mobile applications is not less than an art.
Just imagine this scenario. It is nearing the deadline and the project is almost ready. Only a few touch-ups here and there and the project can be handed over to the external or internal client. Your team has put in their sweat and tears to complete this assignment, only to know that the project was not as it was intended to be. Now, you have no other option than to start the process again, from the scratch or try to join the missing links. Drawbacks like these are inevitable at times. However, there are options like wireframes and mockups that can provide a skeleton to the clients before handing out the finished product. This gives the team a chance to assess the layout with the client giving them enough leverage to rectify the lapses.
Everything that is of superior quality is expensive for a reason. And these days, mobile application development is one of the costliest things of all. In the summer of 1983, Steve Jobs spoke highly about software that would be downloaded on the mobile, at a conference in Aspen. After that the rest is history. There are more than 3.5 billion smartphone users in the world, and around 89 percent of them spend their time on applications. Over years, the use of the mobile application from leisure to currently being used to brand a company’s product has increased exceptionally. And in all this, software developers have risen to be known as artists who make impeccable apps. In this article, we will understand the costing of the app, the reasons why mobile apps are costlier than a website, and how will App Scoop satisfy your software needs.
Let’s imagine that you’ve recently purchased a sprawling apartment with all the fancy gadgets and equipment. But then one night, an intruder breaks into the front door system, loots all your earnings and leaves. While you are happy that you are safe, you wonder, what went wrong? All though you had all the high-tech system safeguarding your home, the attacker was able to make the most of the weakness in your security system. Such attacks are not just confined to the home’s safety system.
To every cloud, there is a silver lining. Although the outbreak of COVID-19 devasted the whole world, it also brought in new opportunities for all. And there are some, who never let any opportunity go to waste. There has been a significant change in user behaviour, especially in 2020, and the app developers wish to encash on whatever comes their way. Just last year alone, mobile app downloads saw 7 percent rise, with over 218 billion downloads. With this, the nature of apps is getting highly intriguing. Take for instance Clubhouse, an audio-based social networking app, which was launched last year, is garnering tremendous lauds. Call it the market demand or the audience’s expectations, apps like Clubhouse are on a quest to be creative and give the consumers what exactly they are looking for. Or on the other hand, such apps are here to create a need. This article talks about how to build an app like Clubhouse, what makes it stand apart, features to use to create such an app, and more.
A picture speaks volumes, right? But a video showcases real emotions which are worth thousands of pictures or maybe even more. Not that we are taking away the hard work put in by the artists. But guess what, in today’s world, where people have the urge to get things done instantly, they need something that grabs their attention quickly or rather easily. Well, why wouldn’t some moving images on your mobile screen heighten your curiosity? We say mobile and not desktop because according to a study, a user spends about 71 percent of screen time on their mobile and more than 90 percent of that mobile time is spent on using the apps.