BluEnt BYTES

Profile picture for user administrator

Top 15 Web Application Ideas for Your Startup

Post View : 16

You want the execution of your web app to be as good as your idea.

But for that to happen, your idea needs to be both unique and useful. There are a number of reliable web application development companies you can turn to, but much fewer equally reliable ideas.

Coming up with such an idea, however, can be tedious. There are many thoughts that run through your mind in the process: Have I done adequate research? What's the budget? Will this thing even work?

Have no fear. We'll give your organization a kick-start with these fabulous, implementable ideas that will grab eyeballs everywhere.

Web Application Ideas

  • Chatbots

    Chat support is not outdated, but it is being rapidly supplemented by chatbots.

    Create chatbots that leverage AI and machine learning. Try selling these chatbot services to clients with an online business – especially those who get lots of customer queries.

  • Medical Support Platform

    Web apps that cater to the healthcare industry not only help save lives – they're in demand, too.

    While many hospitals and organizations develop such apps, quite a few are subpar and fail to deliver. An app that works smoothly and makes healthcare workers' lives easier would be invaluable.

    Examples of features you can include are medical history, emergency notifications, health monitoring, and prescription reminders.

  • Common Interests Tool

    There are lots of dating apps out there. You know what's not out there as much as they should be? Apps for common interests.

    People want to share their love for certain hobbies and interests with others, but don't know how. You can help them with a custom web application. Whether they like movies, writing, swimming, pottery, or anything, really, people will lap up the opportunity to meet in-person for activities.

    The key is to target a niche, which will give you an edge over your competitors.

  • Reminders

    Doctor's appointments, cooking lessons, a meeting with your boss, oh my. It's easy to forget what all you have to do in the midst of a busy life. And if you're type A or just like organizing things, a reminder app is the way to go.

    Never forget a conference call again!

  • Browser Tracking

    In some cases – especially when working remotely – browser tracking of employees is required. Employers and admins will appreciate a web app that will notify them of any suspicious activity on their employees' systems.

    These apps can also set timers and provide security to sensitive data.

  • Online Storage

    We put a lot of emphasis on physical storage, but how about online storage?

    People don't want documents and files cluttering up their desktops and getting lost in some forgotten folder. An affordable online storage space will allow your users to access their data any time, anywhere.

  • Property Selection

    Finding property to rent or purchase is a lot more trouble than many first-time buyers think it is. This is especially true for people with limited budgets.

    A custom web application that allows people to buy property that matches specific parameters through a filter is sure to be useful. It's all about what the buyers want and how easily they get it.

    It will be easier for you if you focus on the primary market.

  • Industrial Transport

    Startups like Uber have made life a lot easier (and cheaper) for people.

    Yours can make it easier for the transportation of goods – specifically, industrial goods. Such an app would be particularly relevant for big cities.

  • On-Demand Services

    How many times have you wished someone could walk your dog because you were out of town for the day? Or cleaned your apartment because you had a pile of paperwork to finish?

    Enter on-demand service apps. You can tap into cleaning, pet care, household repairs, food delivery, and so on.

    There is scope for such an app to be very successful.

  • Goods Exchange Platform

    Got an old clarinet lying around that you don't know what to do with? Wish you could trade it for a piano?

    There are lots of people with similar dilemmas. Their problems would be solved with a web app that allows them to exchange new or used objects. Think filters and forums that would tailor people's experience and build a community.

  • Online Courses

    Many people find it difficult to attend a brick-and-mortar institution for various reasons. Online education, for them, has become a viable option thanks to elements such as accessibility, flexibility and cost savings.

    Since not everyone can afford to take online courses, especially if the courses are full-time, you could consider using a subscription model.

  • Paid-For Information

    Some information is highly valued by specific audiences. You can create an app that offers paid access to such information. A good example would by statista.com, which provides statistical data (for money or for free).

    This can be a great resource for suppliers, students, legislators, and so on.

  • Customized Payment Gateways

    Develop customized payment gateways for organizations to integrate into their web apps or websites. It is especially popular with e-commerce websites.

    It securely collects payment information of buyers and redirects the data to a page to continue shopping or see transaction details. Furthermore, it lets customers pay through various options, such as debit card, credit card, ACH, and more.

  • Family App

    The larger a family, the harder it is to manage schedules, events, and so on, whether it's organizing a garage sale, going to the movies, or meeting the in-laws.

    A family web app would consist of elements such as a form, an album for photos, a calendar, and reminders.

Which One is Right For You?

There are many fantastic web application ideas. But which one should you pick?

Answer the following questions:

  • What are the unique capabilities of your company in terms of in terms of services or products? What makes you different from other companies offering similar services or products?
  • What are your company's weak points? Is there anything that could disrupt your growth?
  • What are the short and long term goals of your company? How are you going to achieve them?
  • What are the current trends in your industry? (You can use websites such as Trendwatching and Entrepreneurs for reference.)
  • What does your target audience want? What are their pain points?
  • Who are your competitors and what strategies have been successful or unsuccessful for them?

If you have concrete answers to all these questions, you should be able to choose a web application idea accordingly.

Conclusion

So – how do you start your startup?

Begin by writing or typing your web application idea with as much clarity as you can manage. After this, seek out a reliable web application development company that can take your idea and transform it into a reality that will turn heads.

No need to search. You're already in the right place. If you're a funded startup or mid-sized consulting firm, BluEnt has you covered!

We create custom web applications tailored to your business needs. Our web app developers specialize in app development, workflow, redesign, infrastructure and maintenance, and more.

Ready to tap into that market you've been eyeing? Contact us today!

Maximum Value. Achieved.

Comments

Add new comment

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and email addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.

Give us a shout!

Fill the form below to drop us an email. We would also love to get a call from you.

Hire Experts