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To give you an idea of how long it takes to build an app, we've come up with some rough estimates in this infographic.
Val Boldyrev's insight:
Here is a snap of how long it usaually takes to create a mobile app. I would add that 6-12 month for game apps might be way to long. Taking into consideration lean product development, multiplied by the possibility to launch beta testing, it might take only 1-2 month to create MVP (minimal viable product) and attract early adopters. In this case in 9-12 months you will have the game fully tuned, tested, having core audience and ready to attract new fans.
BioLatest Posts Cezary Pietrzak Cezary Pietrzak is the Director of Marketing at Appboy, a customer engagement platform for mobile apps. He oversees the company’s growth as well as its thought leadership in mobile.
Demo videos are the latest way app developers are promoting their apps. Also called "app trailers," these videos are designed to entice consumers to download your video, just as a movie trailer leaves audiences eager to buy a movie ticket.
The Flappy Bird phenomenon shows no signs of slowing down, despite the fact that the original title was yanked out of the App Store by creator Dong Nguyen,..
Val Boldyrev's insight:
Hurrah, finally they did it. Apple (despite its strict app review guidelines) and Google app stores today are so much flooded with clones so it is hard to choose the right app out of hundreds of similar apps. I think that both Apple App Store and Google Play have betrayed one of their main principle of distributing apps which delivers unique and stunning user experience or as Google states it: '...apps empower people to try new things and to use apps in inventive new ways.' Does your app provide this?
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