Getting an app for your business post the spread of COVID-19 is less an option and more a necessity. It's not just about food deliveries and health monitoring. People are increasingly using apps to communicate with their coworkers, shop for clothes, and entertain themselves – and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Developing an app isn't a picnic, though. There are several common issues that plague apps and cause them to fall flat, including but not limited to:
Terrible user interface: Like it or not, people will judge a book by its cover. No matter how useful an app is, if it isn't easy to use or doesn't hold visual appeal, a user is likely to delete it.
Poor encrypted connections: SSL/TLS connections are important because they encrypt data in transit. Ignoring it leads to diminished performance of the app.
Inadequate platform plan: Which platform will you develop your app for, a