The app success story of software engineer Alex Genadinik who got more than 2 million app downloads helping other entrepreneurs take their business to the next level. Not only that, he is also 3 times best-selling Amazon author, a Udemy instructor with 90,000+ students and host of a popular business and marketing channel on Youtube.
You have come up with a brilliant app idea that can solve a great problem. Not only that, you also successfully validated your idea and are ready to move full throttle on app development.
Just then you hit a roadblock leaving you stumped. Which platform should you build an app for? Should you go for the mass appeal of Android? Or should you rather choose the premium class of iOS? What about both?
This is a question that every app entrepreneur deals with when they start building their first mobile app.
Android and iOS: What if We Choose Both Platforms?
A large amount of how successful you will be in life comes down to the people you spend time with. This is basically the law of averages catching up with you.
Jim Rohn, a renowned businessman, and a motivational speaker has an excellent video on the power of association using the Parable of the Sower and Reaper.
‘You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.’ – Jim Rohn
If the people around you are so important, then you should give huge importance to who do you spend the maximum amount of your time with. Continue reading
There is a lot of negative news in the market regarding the future of app store and mobile apps. Peter Kafka at Recode has claimed ‘The app boom is over.’ Marketing Land cites a report by Adobe, ‘The PC is over, the ‘app boom’ is, too’. Quartz came out with an article stating majority smartphone users do not download any new apps.
However, it is just a skewed representation of facts incentivized by the media mantra, ‘Bad news sells better.’
These are the same experts who have been claiming since the past 5 years that the e-commerce market is saturated and no longer a viable business. Anyone who believes the same should go and look at the stock price of Amazon, which is touching dizzying heights. Continue reading