Projects like the Onion Omega are amazing and making it easier and easier for anyone, regardless of skill or past experience, to create their own awesome devices to improve their lives or with which to just have a little fun.
If you don’t have a centralized, web-based dashboard to store and update content on your app, you’ll be making the two-week wait for Apple's approval all too frequently, even for basic content changes. We recommend building a centralized dashboard, with a secure login and specific fields that pull updated content directly to mobile solutions, to most of our business clients.
You’re an incredibly motivated and creative developer with the ability to easily consider the details of your projects as well as the big picture. You thrive in a collaborative environment where you can brainstorm solutions with other developers and ask for feedback on your code. Multitasking keeps your creativity flowing, and you enjoy not being trapped in one task for weeks on end.
We can talk about price, materials and software all day for the Apple Watch. I think the killer feature for the device is that it will be timeless. I expect the watch to be upgradeable. Two generations (of family, not devices) from now, someone will be able to say that they're wearing their grandmother's or grandfather's day one Apple Watch, at least in the sense that they're wearing the body and band from that day.
Having an idea for an app is one thing. Knowing who is going to use it is another. It’s far too easy to get caught up in the excitement of your idea and completely forget to find a user other than you. So before you launch into development, here are some key things to remember about picking your target audience.