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5 Things That Make A Perfect Small Business Android App

By Raj Srivastav

Apps have become an indispensable part of our connected world, more so with business enterprises. Optimised process systems and streamlined workflow management are the standards companies aspired to achieve. In such a scenario, appification (usage of apps to accomplish business processes) makes perfect business sense. Android apps are the buzz now, thanks to free license model of the OS. In this article, the top 5 things that make a perfect small business Android app are listed. It’s not a comprehensive list but it covers the most significant points that make a successful small business Android app.

1. Easy Navigation: Business apps are designed for productivity rather than entertainment. With these parameters in mind, it’s good for Android app developers to design a simple UI with direct access to core functionalities. Although an aesthetically pleasing UI is welcome, it mustn’t be at the cost of hampering ease of navigation for the end user.

2. Robust Apps: An app that requires constant debugging is the last thing a business user wants. During the Android app development, a considerable time frame should be allotted by the Android app developers to extensively test the app. A thoroughly tested Android app will go a long way in building trust on your app.

3. Light on the Device: Android has a huge OEM base with devices ranging from basic mobile phones to high end smartphones and tablets. With a plethora of devices running Android, it’s vitally important for the Android business app to be light on processing power. Complex apps require mammoth processors to run them and such apps won’t find many takers in the app market. Specifically, a business Android app shouldn’t be power hungry and must be scalable across devices and screens. Android app developers have the task of balancing a technically sound Android app that’s still easy on the processing capacity of the device.

4. Built Around Google Ecosystem: Google has an array of business centric apps like Gmail, Docs, Calendar among others that are designed around the theme of cloud storage. Most employees and their management rely on one or more of Google’s web apps and email clients for their business activities. Incorporating Google services into an Android business app can help the end user enjoy seamless transition and transfer of data between apps.

5. Finding the Right Android App Developer: Designing Android business apps is one thing but designing Android business apps that are consistent in what they deliver is an all new ball game. Some of the successful Android apps out there have come from reputed Android app development companies that have a consistent record for quality output.

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