How To Launch A Mobile App Startup With No Technical Background

The industrial era was the biggest achievement of the world, financially. That was until the rise of the internet and a new era of technological advancements rocked the world and changed its dynamic entirely as we knew them to be. Soon after, the smartphone was created which brought about another revolution with it. The internet of things (IoT) came to existence, this brought up a financial revolution that hadn’t even been seen as so during the industrial revolution. Hundreds and thousands of millionaires and tens of billionaires sprung up around the world. Take the most out of the digital revolution.

Even though it seems very difficult to remember a time with the smart phone, we are merely at the beginning of what is to come and how far humans are to reach with technology. This makes the time we are in the most profitable for any business that relates with mobiles and their functions.

Building a mobile application is probably the best and minimal capital draining route when starting a startup with in the mobile industry. Here is a checklist of things you should review before jumping in:

Make Sure There Is Market for Your App Idea

Before starting any business in the world, you must first look if there is an actual market and scope for the business. It all does start with an idea, but what if there is no one to actually use your app or there is no need for it, then what? Before jumping into not just a mobile app development startup, rather any business, understand your market and make your product specifically for them.

Don’t Limit Your Audience

Once you know that your idea does have a standing chance in the business world, understand where you stand and where you want to be projected with in the minds of the consumers. Would you rather be in the spotlight for just a moment, or rather become an integral part of your target audience’s routine? You can only answer this question once you know and understand what exactly you’re looking to become and who you’re focusing on. Understanding your reason for existence is vital.

Testing Your App Idea

You can only perfect yourself after making a bunch of mistakes, it is better to always test your application’s idea a multiple of times throughout its development so that you can improve on the glitches as you and also get hands on knowledge of how people react to it. This will help you stay on the path that you need to be in order to make the application an actual success. It will also help you understand your audience’s reaction to such an application.

Outsource the Application Development

Unless you have a lot of time on your hands, it is best to approach an application development company. Company’s such as Arturo Digital will help you create application you are intending to get done with. The main reason being is to save time as well as getting it made to perfection.

You’ll be sent out an NDA which will protect you and your business, from being used or your idea stolen.

From Prototype to Production

Once your application has been delivered from the outsourced company, you’re all set to launch the prototype as the first version. Observe for feedbacks and analyze the way people are responding to your application.  This will help you resolve any problems, or missed pointers that have been missed through the design phase.

Final Thoughts

Now that you have it all ready on paper, you need to get the money rolling in by getting an investor onboard. Before you even know it you’ll be testing out the beta version, and then soon after the final version will be set to be launched. The key however as highlighted with in the blog is to understand the target audience, and offer them a solution to their problems.

Arturo Digital

Arturo Digital – An American technology firm providing Mobile Application Development, Website Development, Large/Small Ecommerce Stores, Website Portal Development & Digital Marketing Solutions for Entrepreneurs, Business Owners and Future Technologists alike. 

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