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Things to do before your iPhone App Hits the App Store

Published on 01 August 13
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iPhone has successfully created a brand name for its own. Millions and millions of people join the bandwagon every year and become a proud owner of iPhone. Apart from the state-of-art hardware and processor powered by beefed-up battery, there are several other reasons for its titanic success.

What would you do with such great hardware and processor if you donât have apps in your iPhone? It is these apps that make a phone a Smartphone, or rather â an iPhone. These iPhone applications are growing exponentially in numbers with each passing day. Maybe thatâs why everybody wants to develop an iPhone app today. People even set up an iPhone development company to monetize on the growing market of iPhone apps.

Who can be an Iphone App Developer â Anyone!

Though itâs not an easy career to enter, it is also not necessary to go through years of schooling to learn the skills. Anyone can become an iPhone apps developer, although having knowledge about Objective C, Cocoa and Xcode gives you an edge. All you require is a right frame of mind and positive attitude backed by a great app idea. You have to get yourself indulged into the world of iPhone and itâs App Store. The fact that you are reading this article itself insists that you are an iPhone lover and have enough firsthand experience of using an iPhone app.

Do your Homework


Letâs start by assuming that you have a great idea that can be developed into an iPhone app. Before we start developing an app from the idea, let us do some review â or âHomeworkâ â as experts like to call it. Homework, because it is the most important thing one must do before starting the development of an app. The irony is that many of us fail to do our homework and end up making a not-so-good app.

You have to review your idea and check its feasibility from all dimensions. The best practice is to put oneself in the userâs shoes and review every aspect in detail. Chances are that you might be working on an idea which nobody likes but you. Make sure you ask other people as what they think about your idea. Take their views and try to implement them, if valid. Finally create a blueprint of app on paper. That way, you will get an idea of what your final app will look like and what kind of success it is entitled to get in future.

There are several other developers who might be working on a similar idea. Donât lose hope. The key is to create an app with better functionality and present it in the simplest way possible. People love simplicity and would prefer your app if itâs good enough.

The Gist


After developing your app, donât forget to test it so as to find bugs, if any. Once the app is accepted by the App store, market you app with full zeal. And make sure you stay prompt in implementing reviews and suggestions that from users.


















iPhone has successfully created a brand name for its own. Millions and millions of people join the bandwagon every year and become a proud owner of iPhone. Apart from the state-of-art hardware and processor powered by beefed-up battery, there are several other reasons for its titanic success.

What would you do with such great hardware and processor if you donât have apps in your iPhone? It is these apps that make a phone a Smartphone, or rather â an iPhone. These iPhone applications are growing exponentially in numbers with each passing day. Maybe thatâs why everybody wants to develop an iPhone app today. People even set up an iPhone development company to monetize on the growing market of iPhone apps.

Who can be an Iphone App Developer â Anyone!

Though itâs not an easy career to enter, it is also not necessary to go through years of schooling to learn the skills. Anyone can become an iPhone apps developer, although having knowledge about Objective C, Cocoa and Xcode gives you an edge. All you require is a right frame of mind and positive attitude backed by a great app idea. You have to get yourself indulged into the world of iPhone and itâs App Store. The fact that you are reading this article itself insists that you are an iPhone lover and have enough firsthand experience of using an iPhone app.

Do your Homework


Letâs start by assuming that you have a great idea that can be developed into an iPhone app. Before we start developing an app from the idea, let us do some review â or âHomeworkâ â as experts like to call it. Homework, because it is the most important thing one must do before starting the development of an app. The irony is that many of us fail to do our homework and end up making a not-so-good app.

You have to review your idea and check its feasibility from all dimensions. The best practice is to put oneself in the userâs shoes and review every aspect in detail. Chances are that you might be working on an idea which nobody likes but you. Make sure you ask other people as what they think about your idea. Take their views and try to implement them, if valid. Finally create a blueprint of app on paper. That way, you will get an idea of what your final app will look like and what kind of success it is entitled to get in future.

There are several other developers who might be working on a similar idea. Donât lose hope. The key is to create an app with better functionality and present it in the simplest way possible. People love simplicity and would prefer your app if itâs good enough.

The Gist


After developing your app, donât forget to test it so as to find bugs, if any. Once the app is accepted by the App store, market you app with full zeal. And make sure you stay prompt in implementing reviews and suggestions that from users.

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