If you want to be a good app developer, it is necessary to measure success, improvements and measure again.
You don’t just launch an app and move on to the next one like any other business enterprise. You need to control performance, calculate investment returns, and use data to inform decisions and improve.
How are you doing? How are you? With the data you have available, you can understand how people connect with your app and why they interact and why the app makes money.
Usage and Adoption
Acquisition indicators like the position of users and how they found the app are typically crucial to the success of the application. But you have the answers for a corporate app. Since each consumer is a member of your business, you want to concentrate your focus on calculating your commitment. In other words, you need details to tell you what your users want most. That requires tracking every tap and operation.
Buzinga brings dedication to four parts: active users, duration of the session, achieved goals and loyalty for users.
- Active users – An active user is often defined in the technology world as someone who used the app 5 times or more. Yet you more than expect to use the app much more often than not. You would then have to decide for yourself what an active consumer is. Is it anyone who uses the software every day? A week once? These questions will help you to assess your commitment.
- Length of the session – Take time to measure the duration of your submission. The longer the stay, the more the app gets involved.
- Targets finalized – watch carefully whether your mobile app (and its users) achieve the targets you have set. How many events were registered? What have been applied to customer profiles? An successful organization should be able to answer these kinds of questions.
- User Loyalty – user loyalty is the average time someone stays an active user of your application. With 65 percent of people ceasing to use an application after 3 months, sustained user engagement is key to success. Note the active people who are disengaged and try to hold them back with push notifications.
- Target groups: This is one of the most simple and reliable means of obtaining input. Link and observe your colleagues via the app. Then, invite your thoughts to be shared. Where are they most distressed? What do you like about the application? What are they going to do to change it? Your colleagues could point out innovations that have been ignored.
- Feedback from applications: Provide a survey or feedback type in the app. This feature should be generated by most developers. Otherwise you can use software from companies like Apptentive. In-app feedback will provide information about how to develop the application in real time.