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Essential Tips for Successfully Developing Your First iOS App


When you are getting started with developing mobile apps for the iPhone, you can feel confused because there are so many things to consider and a handful of programming languages and frameworks to choose from. These tips will help you understand the basics of iPhone app development and start developing apps the right way.

  1. Get to know the iPhone inside out

If you’re new to the iPhone and iOS, the first thing you should do is get familiar with the device. The best iOS apps feel completely natural to the iPhone user, so make sure you have a good idea of what feels right and wrong on the iPhone before you start wireframing your app.

  1. Think like your users

While you’re using the iPhone, try to put yourself in your future users’ shoes. Why would they download your app? Which problems could your app solve? Nobody will ever use an app that they don’t need, so try to pinpoint your niche and your app’s unique features from the start.

  1. Provide great UX

Offering people a great user experience is the key to success. When you’re wireframing your app and designing different screens and functions, you should pay attention to the flow and how natural every tap and swipe feels to the end user. A good iPhone app is super-intuitive and easy to use.

  1. Start with rock-solid tools

There are quite a few frameworks and languages you could use for developing an iOS app. But if you’re new to mobile development, you should use proven tools like Xcode and Swift first. Don’t try to experiment when there’s no need for it.

  1. Do your QA

When your app is ready, don’t submit it to the App Store straight away because there’s a huge chance of getting declined. Instead, you should do all the possible tests to ensure your app complies with Apple’s guidelines and works well. Remember that nothing is worse than releasing a buggy app.

Of course, there’s a lot more to mobile app development, but these tips should help you get started the right way.

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