Imagine building an app with just its idea in your head or a weak structural skeleton. Can you guess what the outcome would like? Scary, isn’t it – all that time, effort and money just to create a below average app with several bugs. Hence, what we need is a diagram that presents the outcome of every possible action and whether the outcome of that product will satisfy the customers and meet their goals. In short, wireframes anticipate how the buttons will function in the apps and also let the developers know the functionalities that are absolutely necessary and the ones that are too ambitious.
In today’s time, there is an app for everything – fitness, food delivery, online shopping, dating, games, photography, health, etc. Smart phones have substantially grown over the years. In 2018, mobile traffic accounted for 52.2% of total website traffic in the U.S.
Reference Source: https://www.statista.com/statistics/241462/global-mobile-phone-website-traffic-share/
Due to these ever growing number of app users, there are many developers trying to create a market space for their app creations. The app market is booming with hundreds, if not thousands of them being added in the Android or iOS play store every day. Why do you think that is? Yes, that’s right! The app industry is making millions and billions of dollars and everyone wants a fair share of the profits. The number of mobile app downloads worldwide in 2022 is estimated to be 258.2 billion.
Reference Source: https://www.statista.com/topics/983/mobile-app-monetization/
So, How Much Does an App Earn?
Imagine writing a book without a rough storyline or any plot in mind; can you? I suppose not. A book without a story is as pointless as a mobile app that doesn’t solve a purpose! Hence, most developers define the value and purpose of a mobile app on a document they call the mobile app requirements document. This document have specific details on what the app is all about and how will it be presented to the user. The document contains a timeline – that has dates and milestones – and the budget. Now, let’s take a quick look at the checklist summary while creating a mobile apps requirement document.
Checklist Summary for Mobile Apps Requirement Document
In this digital age, companies and businesses small and large are on the path to digitization. Imagine dealing with a company that doesn’t have its own website or its own social networking pages. Today, a company’s digital presence is extremely crucial to attract clients and new business. So, how does it help them? Let’s take an example of a clothing brand.
Initially a company’s presence relied on instinct, experience or basic market search to promote their clothing brand. But today, it is all about offering the best discounts and good quality clothes at the customer’s doorstep. Not only that, they also provide a return policy that ensures that the customer feels safe to purchase their clothes online. In today’s digital presence, a customer can even upload his/her picture on the app/website and virtual understand the fit or an image of how they would look in that clothing.