We’ve seen it happen again and again: a prospective client is hesitant to share their app idea because they aren’t sure what kind of legal protection they have. While we aren’t legal experts, here is the advice that we give clients who are feeling protective of their ideas to help ease their concerns.
We are connoisseurs of technology by nature, and we wanted to share with you some of the apps for which we are most thankful. Even though we’re app developers, this list does not include any of our own apps. We wanted to express our gratitude for the work of other great developers out there. See if any of your favorites are on the list, or download some new apps. Happy Thanksgiving!
We often get asked about iOS versus Android and why you would need separate development and design for each. While there are small crossovers here and there, for the most part, developing for iOS and Android is as different as night and day. If you want the application to perform, look, interact and react the way that the user expects, you are going to need to develop for both.
Prior to hitting the store with your new app, you need to ask yourself: How much should I charge people to use my app? If you choose to make it free, your only way to make money is to incorporate in-app purchases or sell ads in your app. If those weren’t part of your plan, you’ll need your user-base to pay for your app in the store before they download it.