Any professional Mobile Application Development Companies will have the know-how to monitor by measuring the application metrics to draw the conclusive report on the application performance. Do you realize how stretchy and lengthy the measurement metrics can get?? And if you have just entered the show, then you are highly likely to get lost amidst the scattered components failing to realize which one to prioritize. Thus stressing on the imperativeness for both Android and iPhone mobile app development companies to make a crisp checklist ticking off the metrics measured based on their priority, post launching of the new app version. How can such FAQs prove a bonus for a mobile app developer? Well! In response to the question, an application developer can easily zoom in on the most important elements that contribute towards either making or cracking of the application.
Let’s commence with the few important FAQs to tick off in the list post launching a new mobile app version:
To begin with, the first question is:
Q1. Are there any unresponsive gestures restricting free navigation across the application??
- Any developed application has to be user-friendly catering smooth navigation across its framework. Flawless usability contributes to increasing the retention rate. Often such applications do crop up in the top search result that aptly matches our search query aesthetically creative yet unresponsive on usage. Also, UI elements may not be designed in accordance with users’ expectations, reflecting on user app navigation preferences. Very minute issues can actually prove detrimental to the app’s survival if neglected. The Certain analytical tool does this tracking process for a dedicated mobile application developer and must top the priority list.
Q2. What are the reasons behind app crashing and where??
- There are many qualitative and quantitative analytical tools in the market to aid budding developers in proper scanning and monitoring of their app performance. Often, an application crashes on usage and if remains unnoticed for long can eventually damage the user’s perception of the latest version. This is venomous for app survival and continuity. Questions pertaining to the app crash such as Why? Where? How often? And What can be done? Etc. must be attacked on a priority basis.
Q3. Where are the new app users navigating to??
- It is probably not feasible for even an expert to predict how users are navigating the application and form an idea of the user experience with the mobile application. Any good developer will always try to empathize with the end user to address any issue on a real-time basis. This is possible only when they monitor their experience by analyzing previously mapped out journeys. Accessing few questions such as the application successfully sorted user problem or not, the issues were met fast without any inhibitions or else which are the weak links and lastly, whether the experience was smooth or not? Dealing with such queries and addressing the same on a real time basis will meet the user expectation from the app developer thereby boosting app popularity.
Q4. Are the new users returning back to the app??
- User retention and compelling to return back to the application time and again is not a piece of cake. Many top mobile application development companies often fail in bringing back existing users to the latest version. Monitoring user retention, again, forms an effective learning tool revealing whether a particular app feature or element works best for the targeted users or not. Based on such analysis, modifications in the application version can be made to pull back existing and potential users resulting in the improvement of retention and conversion rates.
Q5. What is the current completion rate for conversion??
- Every mobile application comes with a different end goal few entailing purchase of items from its platform or merely create an account to access the app elements. There must be a team dedicated to tracking the conversion of casual app visitors into actual registered users on a daily basis. Low conversion rate means the visitor did not perform that which is expected from him/her. Tracking and measuring of conversion rates will vary across different applications. Certain apps such as the e-commerce one seek out those visitors who will ultimately end up purchasing an item from its platform. If the purchase does not happen, then it will point out to the app failure.
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If you face any complexity in life, what do you do? But obvious, you define the messed up areas and then tackle each point at a time on a priority basis. This is how one must tackle the developed application. Both iOS and Android developers need to prioritize the checklists, tackle the focused areas and ask the adequate questions to address any issues that may pop up post launching of an application, necessitating its survival by preserving the valuable time and resources invested to make the entire journey a success.
Fluper, best among the top notch application developers for both Android and iOS versions, have a team dedicated to monitoring and tracking such gaps post launching of the application.
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