Creating Your First App Store Part I. App Schematics for Creating Your First App Store. How many App Store components are you really using, especially as you look into your future markets and what they want? App Schematics for creating your first App Store Part II. Creating Your First App Store Part III.
Analyze your App Store’s App Feature Sets Against Your competitors’ App Features and Functionality. Look at your competitor’s App Store and identify their key App Features. What key user groups are they targeting? Are they bundling App Store apps with similar feature sets and/or function?
What is your App’s mission? Is there a great app idea waiting to be developed? Are you considering launching a competitor’s app in the next few months or the next year? App Schematics for creating your first App Store Part IV.
Which mobile apps are you looking to put together? What size? What screen size? What operating system? Create a Game Plan for your App Design and go from there.
What are your design requirements and market limitations? You will want to put together a rough sketch of your App’s features and functions. Once you have this done, you will need to get user feedback on your concept. When you send out the App Store beta version of your app, will you get user feedback and constructive criticism on the App Store listing? If you are not doing a follow-up on your App’s launch, will you lose users?
What are your alternatives to building your first app? What other people are doing? Are there other companies or individuals who could provide your app idea with a dash of unique flair? Here are 3 killer ideas for you to consider:
Use Appvertising wisely. As you probably know, there are companies and individuals who are willing to spend money to promote their own apps. You might want to consider these options. Appvertising is a cost-per-play campaign where you only pay when someone downloads your app. This has the advantage of getting a ton of exposure, without the high cost.
Look into the next step after your App testing. While you were testing your app, what was your reaction to the top competitor’s apps? What did you learn from their success? If the top competitor’s app is successful, will your app be successful too? Remember that your goal is to build your own list of fans, so if you’re competing apps don’t have a lot of downloads, this may be a losing proposition.
There are many things you can do to put together a winning mobile app idea. If you’re ready to get started, start with your app idea and build from there. Your journey will be easier with a clearly defined purpose. Your ultimate goal should be to become a household name for all of your apps and your audience. The more fun you have created your future apps, the more fun it will be to sell them.