There are several ingredients that make a mobile app successful. Make sure you add all these in right manner else all your hard work will go in vain. Before you publish your app on Google Play or Apple’s App Store, it will be good if you make a post development checklist or things-to-do list.
Once you are done with Mobile application development process it’s time to publish your app on the respective app store. Well, it will be good if you hold on a for a minute, keep a cool head and ask yourself, “Is your app ready to be published?” The answer is probably “no”. Sometimes, the mobile app developer or app owner ignore few things which seem unimportant to them but in most of the cases these little things have a big influence on the success of the app in the long run. Here’s the list of some stuff which you should before submitting your app:
1. Add analytics code
This is crucial. You should look out for an analytics software which suits your needs and keep a tab on every single tap, click and the behavior of users. Most of the app owners prefer Google Analytics for measuring user acquisition & engagement. With this analytics code, you can quickly understand the user base & their expectations so you can tweak your app in future updates.
2. Set up code for tracking crashes
It looks quite unprofessional if you release an app which can’t track bugs & crashes. If you think that your app won’t have bugs or won’t crash? Then thing again?. After the completion of the Mobile app development, the app gets published on the app store. Your app reaches out to thousands of users who make millions of different tests a day and you just expect that everything will work fine.
3. Insert remarketing code
Have you ever wondered how you can reach out to the users beyond the app? With the help of a remarketing tool, you can reach out to the users who launched your app or made some specific action using the app. A re-marketing code will quickly collect the information about the users and will build a target audience for the ad.
4. Offer possible hints and explanations
Always try to tell the users what you are actually expecting from them. For instance, if you are asking them for their phone number, just put a little hint whether they should type the country code or just simply mention their number. Also when it comes to private data, you should always point out which information will be used.
6. Place correct and simple warning messages
In case there’s no internet connection, then you should point that out to the user so that they can check the internet setting. If you are asking about the user’s current location, then you should tell them to check the location or GPS settings. In case your app needs to access any feature then you should ask the user first.