That said, users trust well-polished and modern apps. One of the easiest ways to turn users off is to have an outdated or unprofessional user experience and design. Make a great first impression and spend as much budget as possible on UI/UX design upfront. 4. Choose your tech stacks wisely An app is more than what a user installs on their phone. Although not always 100% true, most applications are just how users interact and experience the larger underlying system that is a key part of your business. A system that includes a backend server, database, and business logic. Be sure to hire the right technical staff who have extensive experience in application architecture and their associated back-end systems to ensure the long-term health of your investment.
Also, be sure to think about how to build the app itself. There are a number of ways to do this, from pure web native to hybrid web to something newer called responsive native. Each approach has its pros and cons that need to be considered. 5. Budget wisely Color Correction Service As we say at The Sneakers Agency, you don't build an app, you build a business. An app is just one part of an overall business model. Once the app is created, you will definitely need money for marketing and possibly sales depending on your business. You will also have ongoing maintenance and upkeep costs for the application and back-end system. Numbers can vary depending on where your app is built, but expect a budget of between 250 and 500,000 to do a decent job. Georg Tubalev, Managing Director, Exaud 1.