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Infographic: Successful Mobile App Development

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Infographic: Successful Mobile App Development

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Navigate the Maze of the End-User Experience and pick up this APM Essential guide, brought to you in partnership with CA Technologies

If you’re a mobile developer, you know there a many challenges to getting your app to market. How will your app be used? Do you need a native mobile app, a mobile website or both? How do you design your app for multiple devices and platforms? And so on.

Even if you get your app to market, there’s no guarantee it will be successful. Consumers have millions of apps to choose from and the competition for user adoption is fierce. More than 60% of apps in the Apple App Store have never been downloaded and of those that have, one in four is abandoned after its initial use. A quality user experience can be the difference between one that’s successful and one that’s not.

In this infographic, we give you some simple steps you can do to make sure your mobile app is a hit:

All Things Considered: Finding Success in Mobile App Development

Want to make sure your app is performing at its best? With New Relic for Mobile Apps, you’ll get real time, actionable insight into the performance of your native iOS and Android applications. For more information or to get a free 30-day trial of New Relic for Mobile Apps Enterprise, go to newrelic.com/mobile-monitoring.

Thrive in the application economy with an APM model that is strategic. Be E.P.I.C. with CA APM.  Brought to you in partnership with CA Technologies.


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