Basic steps to create Apps For Android Devices

For new comers, developing a mobile application can be daunting in first place. The good news is that there are many guides available that can help you develop a mobile app for Android based devices. In this article, we have summarized some basic steps toward Android application development and get it listed in Google Play Store.

Idea

The first step for developing any kind of mobile app is to have the idea of it. Think about something that can be useful for users to have on a mobile device. It could be entertaining or educational one or something very difficult. However, there are no such requirements to be innovative in order to create applications for Android devices. All you need to do to get a kick-start is to have an idea of something better that is already available in the market.

User Experience

No matter, what kind of app you are considering to develop, the importance of user experience cannot be underestimated for your ​app usage. Most users have a tendency to stop using an app if they find it difficult to use or get frustrated by its complex or incomplete features. Online reviews and users’ feedback for a popular app can give you an idea of what makes a pleasant user experience. In addition, you can also use Frameworking and Timeline software to visualize the interface and usage of your mobile app and act accordingly.

Design

Your application’s design has a direct link to your business. Designing an app also involves the development of a brand’s reputation, so it is very important to create a consistent application design for your app with the help of attractive colors, fonts and logos.

Monetizing

Most people hate the interruption of ads when using mobile applications. It is suggested to avoid monetizing your apps too early so that you can retain your customers for a long term basis.

Language

Writing your own software program is critical in developing a well-designed app. It may sound daunting to start with the development process; luckily, there are many guidelines available that can be helpful. On the other hand, choosing the programming language for your app depends on what kind of application you want to develop and what operating system you want to run the app on. Once you have chosen a language, the next step is to start developing the app. Language options include
React Native, Xamarin, ExtJS and Android Studio.

Backend

An application may need a backend which usually refers to a computer which manages all the data required and generated by the application. Applications requiring a backend include chat apps and social media app while apps like calculator do not need any backend code to run. As a general rule, backend codes are written with the help of NodeJS , PHP or similar codes that can sit somewhere on a server usually with some kind of databases like MySQL.

Testing

It is a must to have a test device to enable the app development. Most Integrated Development Environments (IDE) come with a device stimulator for their respective OS(s) which can help you test different phones of different screen sizes and slower hardware to see if your app is extensively accessible.



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