It’s no secret that the mobile industry is surging at an astronomical rate. According to a report by GetJar, the industry will be worth $17.5 billion by 2012. Make no mistake, this is an industry being driven by apps that sell for between $0.99 and $2.99 on average. The industry as such has attracted capital investment as well as growing exposure in popular culture.
The business and personal applications for mobile applications are staggering: The iTunes app download rate has exceeded song download rate – 40 million apps downloaded per day compared to 12 million songs downloaded per month. The annual growth rate for mobile photodirector apk is 92%.
What do you think the average response or open rate is today with email marketing? Unless you have a super responsive and active list, you will only see 4% – 9% open rates within the first 24-48 hours of you pushing the send button. Mobile push or text messages are seen and opened 97% of the time within the first 4 minutes. Now that is impressive! Just think about your own mobile behavior, or heck just look around you.
App description: A good description will play handy role in the success of the app. The app description should speak about the impressive features of your app. It also should highlight some unique qualities which the users can’t find with the other apps in its category. You can tell about key points in bullet list at the end of the description. Finish your description with the call for action words. Never include the ‘Help’ text in the app description.
Usually, in mobile device development, your audience is a person on the go. People who use mobile applications want to have quick interactions. They absolutely don’t want to write a Word document on the go. They want to do useful things by just pressing a button or two.
One last consideration: even if you break even from your advertising, you could increase your ranking in the store, and thereby receive more sales from the increased exposure. If you are popular, sales can feed off themselves. iTunes is a distribution channel, but so is Walmart. If you are featured next to the register, you’re gonna get more sales. If you’re at the bottom of the shelf on aisle 34, good luck!
After finishing the first three app development steps you are on your last step. You will have to make sure that your finished project is in xCode, which is the program the Apple App Store uses to build apps. You will need to get an iTunes developer account, which costs around $99 a year. You will give the following information about your app like the description, price, icons, and etc. After submitting you can check your analytics on how many downloads you have and how much money you are making. If you make an app that everybody likes, it will become viral and can make you a lot of cash!!!