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Apps 2018 – Now that we are in 2019 and the mobile app development is still pacing faster than ever, we need to take a look at the most successful mobile apps that have changed the game in 2018. Mobile apps are one of the main reasons why people are using smartphones these days. The mobile app industry is experiencing a positive revolution with hundreds of new applications every day. But there are some apps that have already made their space in every smartphone across the world.
The time our society spends on mobile devices continues to surge by consuming 61% to 91% of digital minutes via mobile devices. The numbers are still soaring and are expected to reach 188.9 billion US dollars by the year 2020. Developing quality ready apps requires a lot of processes. The processes make sure that you deliver a smooth and excellent user experience. One of the main processes among them is Quality Assurance.
Your business is all ready to get a self-start. You are very happy about your mobile app that, has been developed and just launched to the market. Now you log in to your App Analytics and wait to track millions of downloads and the money that will flood in with it. Right? But nothing happens! Then you again click on refresh and see no data! Why is this happening? After all, you have all the widget right, and your app looks fantastic. Plus, you have given so many efforts, capital, and time to it. So, why is your Analytics empty?
If even you have put a lot of effort to develop an awesome app, your business might still fall if nobody is aware of it. So, what do you do to stand out of the crowd among the millions of apps? The worst scenario can be when the smartphone users do not download any app in a month, or maybe download a maximum of two apps every month. When it comes to mobile user acquisition, there are several ways, that can help you. In this blog post, we are going to cover some of the most popular acquisition approaches that can help you in attracting your target market.
80% of the customers use a mobile phone inside a physical store to look for product reviews, compare prices, or look for an alternative store. An estimated 10 billion mobile connected devices are currently in use. In 2012, people spent more than $25 billion on purchases made from phones and tablets. The purchase has gone up to $500+ billion from transactions made over smartphones and tablets, in 2018 in the U.S alone. Read More
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