Top Factors that Affect the Cost of Coupon App Development

by Tech Geekk writer
Coupons aren’t an entirely new phenomenon; as a matter of fact, they have been around for a very, very long time, thanks to the concept of retail business. However, thanks to the digital revolution and the transformation of pretty much everything that followed in its wake, retailers have been forced to innovate, turning to mediums that are already popular among the masses — case in point: mobile devices. The raging popularity of mobile devices demonstrates that businesses have identified coupon apps to continue delivering cost-effective experiences for their customers.

Also, let’s not forget that everyone loves a good deal. You wouldn’t believe just how many people dedicate time to just hunting for good deals for their impending purchases. Combine that with their reliance on mobile devices, and you will understand precisely why a mobile coupon app is so crucial for the successful existence of any retail business in the world today. Another reason why retailers so well favor them is that the deals also help put the focus on the store that offers lucrative deals, thus naturally driving more footfall into their stores. However, before you jump the gun, take time to understand the factors that will impact the cost of developing such an app to ensure your project is executed without a hitch.

  1. Type of app: Building a mobile app means you will be making many decisions about what will become the app’s backbone. The first, and perhaps the most important, of these questions, would be about the platform. Once you decide if you want to target Android, iOS, or both, you will then have to determine if you're going to take the hybrid approach or native development.
  2. Level of complexity: The more functionality the app offers, the more complicated it will be. Cumulatively, these factors are directly proportional to the development cost. So, figure out if you want a rudimentary app or one that will necessitate a database owing to provisions like user registration, device syncing, and more.
  3. Custom app development: If you are looking to offer tailor-made features in your app to help you target particular goals or customers, you will need custom app development services. Your project’s requirements will decide the cost of this aspect.

Now that we have discussed the primary factors that contribute to the cost of developing a mobile coupon app, let’s take a gander at a rough estimate of how much such projects typically cost. Factoring in everything, including the geographical location of the team you choose, expect to pay anywhere in the vicinity of $35,000 for an Android app and $25,000 for an iOS mobile coupon app.

Such apps may initially seem a tad too expensive to be worth the investment. However, when you add modern, state-of-the-art features in the mix, you have a potent recipe for success. So, if you are planning to develop a location-based discount app for your business too, we suggest that you get started on that project right away so you can quickly begin reaping the benefits of this mobile marvel.

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