Why Your 2014 Resolutions Should Include Creating a Mobile App (Hint: It’s easier than you think)

I hope everyone is having a great first day of 2014. Have you finished your list of resolutions?

One thing I see is that most people keep some of the most exciting things off their list simply because they assume they can’t do it.

You only live once.

Why not broaden your horizons, and create something that most people shrug off as only for the technically gifted?

Launching your own mobile app is a perfect example. It’s so much easier to do than it used to be, and you can even make a little money (or even a lot, if you are willing to put in the extra time).

Don’t get me wrong — creating a mobile app takes work, just like anything else worth doing. But with the tools available today, there is no reason you cannot be the proud creator of your own app that you can show off to your friends and family.

If this sounds at all intriguing to you…

You should create your own mobile app in 2014.

It can be a fun process, and we will show you how. We’ll dig into the following:

  • Strategies for finding what type of app you want to create.
  • Tools and resources available to get your mobile app built.
  • How to get it approved and released on the app stores.
  • How to market your app and track downloads and usage.
  • And a lot more…

We have more content on all these topics coming soon on this blog.

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We hope you join us and turn 2014 into a year you can truly be proud of. It will be a fun journey!

Comments

  1. property marbella says

    I have neither the time or patience to sit and make an app, but of course I have one for our company and I will outsource to a company that can make a perfect app for us in 2014.

  2. MobileFreak says

    Yes, that’s a great approach too. Remember, there’s no reason why you need to actually do the development – as this user rightly says, there are plenty of companies that can do that for you. If you go that route, you’ll want to follow a few critical rules for making that a success. Stay tuned to this blog, or for more in-depth details, subscribe to our newsletter at the end of this blog post.

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