A light bulb goes off. You have the next great idea for a mobile app that you want to develop. It’ll change lives. It’ll make you millions. What’s the next step you need to take?
One of the things you’ll need to decide early on in your mobile application development process is how you’ll build and deploy your app. There are two main directions you can go: native app or mobile web app. In this article, we’ll talk about the differences between the two so you can make an informed decision.
An iOS mobile app often has a website associated with it. This website is often for promotional and informational purposes (i.e. to share information about the app, to offer insights on how users would benefit from the app, for hosting videos and screenshots of the app, etc.).
In this showcase, you’ll find beautiful websites of various iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch apps for web design inspiration.
It can be a challenge convincing clients to add new strategies to their existing Web presence.
In a perfect world, a client would simply say, "You’re the expert. You know what’s best. Do whatever needs to be done to make it happen!" But, unfortunately, it just doesn’t work like that.