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Mobile app features to help you improve user acquisition and retention

Mobile app features to help you improve user acquisition and retention

The present business world works on Charles Darwin’s principle of ‘Survival of the fittest’, and for surviving, user acquisition has become a major magnitude as their satisfaction is the biggest advantage a mobile app development company like Prismetric could have. There is a lot of competition in app development and marketing calls for advanced methods of user acquisition and retention. With thousands of mobile apps launched on a daily basis, you need to make sure that your application stands out not only for the number of downloads but also regarding usage. While the main priority of your mobile app developer team should be to build a user-friendly and aesthetically appealing app, the aim of user acquisition and retention should not be far behind.

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Is Augmented Reality the future of apps?

Is augmented reality the future of apps?

Augmented Reality (AR) is no longer used to maneuver people about any app, it has become the new reality. Now we have to gaze upon the future of Augmented Reality apps. A decade ago Augmented Reality was just a figment of our imagination but today mobile apps are drifting more and more towards the web of Augmented Reality.

Most apps selling in the name of AR now are mere gimmicks. But once AR hits the market in its true sense, it will be massive.
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How to boost your retail sales with a mobile app

How to boost your retail sales with a mobile app

Today it’s impossible to talk about e-commerce without considering mobile. According to IBM, last year more than 50% of holiday web traffic and 35% of sales came through mobile channels.

Still, not every retailer knows how to unleash the power of mobile for their e-store. One way to boost your presence on the mobile scene is developing a dedicated mobile app.

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Why does the appeal of some apps quickly fade away?

Why does the appeal of some apps quickly fades away?

Did you know that on average a mobile app loses 75% of its users within the first day of its installation? In addition to this, most applications have a shelf life of no more than a week. Within this time frame, a mobile app is expected to launch itself, function impeccably, build an audience and finally appeal to them enough to facilitate a repeat use.

For mobile app developers who have invested all their time and money on a mobile app development project, a meager seven days is a poor time-frame to work with. That said, studies show that as the number of smartphone users continue to rise, the number of installs will continue to grow. A premier mobile app development company can help you develop a great app. A Gartner research concluded that the majority of mobile apps have about 24 hours to appeal to its audience.

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8 indispensable strategies that will decide the fortune of your beauty mobile app

8 indispensable strategies that will decide the fortune of your beauty mobile app

When virtue and modesty enlighten her charms, the lustre of a beautiful woman is brighter than the stars of heaven, and the influence of her power it is in vain to resist.” – Akhenaton

When it comes to beauty, then mobile app development is certainly a unique industry. On one hand, it’s dominated by some of the most classic brands that managed to survive in this impulsive competition, like L’Oreal, founded in the year 1909. On the other hand, there are different opportunities for niche beauty brands in order to disrupt this agile ecosystem.
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Steps to take when developing a CRM software

CRM

Rеgаrdlеѕѕ оf whеthеr you hаvе picked a CRM seller оr nоt, it is a smart thоught tо рlаn fоr the hіеrаrсhісаl dіffісultіеѕ уоu may mееt:

  • Whаt assets dоеѕ іt іnсludе?
  • Dо you hаvе to roll out hierarchical іmрrоvеmеntѕ?
  • Whаt аrе the оbjесtіvеѕ оr аdvаntаgеѕ you hоре to еѕсаре with a CRM framework?
  • Dо уоu nееd a cloud or a server arrangement?

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iOS 11 from a developer’s perspective

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Last week Apple presented the newest iteration of its operating system for mobile devices, iOS 11. The announcement took place at WWDC, in full accordance with Apple’s long-standing tradition to debut new versions of iOS at the developers conference.

The annual event that gathers iOS developers all across the globe was held in San Jose this time, pretty much at doorstep of their new Apple Campus in Cupertino, Apple Park, colloquially known as the “Spaceship”. I took a chance to go through the new release from a developer’s perspective, and my findings are below.

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A closer look at how developers are improving app revenue

A closer look at how developers are improving app revenue

When it comes to downloading a mobile app the choices are almost endless as there are literally millions of options available. Android’s Google Play Store recently hit the 2.2 million app mark, while Apple’s App Store came in second with 2 million apps. These are the two major players in the mobile app market, but there are also plenty of other platforms from which to download apps from, many of which consumers have never even heard of.

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