Mobile apps have become the go-to mode for getting things done today. Whether it’s general productivity or a useful app for booking taxis, hotels, flights or instant messaging, mobile apps rule the roost. Businesses around the world are also harnessing the power of mobile applications.
1. Simple & Intuitive Design
Designing simple applications is complicated. It requires a deep understanding of users and their needs for the application. Intuitive and simple applications are important to cater to a large user base. Intuitive and simple design makes navigation easy even for novices.
2. Consistent Experience across Mobile Devices
A good mobile application provides a consistent experience across devices and operating systems such as screen size and resolution. The design of the application should take into account various screen resolutions and sizes. The best apps have a consistent user experience across tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices.
3. Speed and Performance
The application’s architecture should maximize performance. The application can use an appropriate caching strategy to improve performance. The application can utilize its own local database or access data from a centralized web database as required by the system. Mobile caching and overall application architecture can have a significant impact on performance/availability.
4. Keep it Optimised
The way an app is designed is critical to a smartphone’s performance. Using too many complicated features, whistles, device cameras, location, etc. can drain your phone’s battery. Also, data limits can be kept reasonable by optimizing synchronization, etc.