Developing Facebook Mobile apps

| August 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Facebook has a million desktop apps for every age group, profession and recreational purposes. From games to job portals, inside news to international news, research knowledge bases to simple quizzes. Since 2006, Facebook has been adapting its interface for the mobile. Today Facebook Mobile is available to users worldwide with any handset. Many handsets come with an integrated application of Facebook Mobile to avoid any execution problems.

Successful Facebook mobile apps development is not unheard of. Apps are made for people. Apps that can create a personal connection easily engage people. Anything that appeals to the developer will appeal to the consumer. Facebook is used so frequently that a person’s profile is as living as they are. Mobile screens are small but apps with a propensity to attract consumers have them hooked despite the size.

Apps that have passed the developers execution test are put to alpha testing, friends or siblings, for feedback. An interesting mobile app is usually started free. Once the volume of people is amassed, monetizing the app is/may be a preferred route. Keeping up with the consumer’s reviews is a good way of interacting and getting to know your audience. Offering upgrades and adding their suggestions to it is valuable to keep consumers glued to the app.

An app totally stands out if it addresses a need or has a totally new dimension to it. Visiting forums and discussion areas leads to great brainstorming ideas. One such application on Facebook is Glassdoor which gives a peek at the salaries of people in organizations. This helps when applying for specific positions.

Developing apps for Facebook is easy, especially because of the Platform which offers great developer experience. Most out-of-the-blue successful apps were successful because technology was used for the pleasure of people and did not bore them. One other reason for the tremendous success is that developers never gave up trying!


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