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Most Common Mistakes to Avoid during Mobile App Development

by Rob Stephen getaprogrammer

Developers often make some common mistakes during mobile app development. Here is the article to help developers identify the mistakes and avoid the same to end up with a bug-free and ROI-driven application. 

 

As per the Stats reports, there are more than 4.2 million apps in all the App Stores now. And it is expected that this number will keep on increasing at a tremendous pace in the years to come. 

 

But do you think all the applications in the App Stores are equally great and successful? No. Not all applications get the desired number of users and reach the success level. But what is the reason why these apps fail? 

 

There may be several reasons behind the failure of these apps. And one of these reasons can be any of the common mistakes made during the mobile app development process. 

 

Ensuring to build a successful application in this highly competitive market is a big challenge. With more and more people going mobile and using mobile apps these days, every business must seek to develop user-driven apps having powerful features and functionalities to ensure to cater to the user demands first. 

 

Now, if you are one of those developers who have just stepped into this field of mobile application development then this article will probably be helpful to you. Going through the points below, you can identify some of the most common mistakes both beginners and sometimes experienced developers often make and need to avoid to ensure success at the end. 

 

Here are the most often made mobile application development mistakes you must strictly avoid. 

 

Too much use of fonts can lead to app failure:

Many developers have the misconception that using too many fancy fonts can improve the visual appeal of the application. But this is not true. Too much use of fonts can make the interface look messy and can create confusion. Keeping the UI coherent with readable yet simple fonts is what can engage more users. 

 

Less is more when it is on the display: 

With the availability of a huge number of mobile devices today, it has become mandatory for developers to consider the different screen sizes of these devices in mind while building a mobile app. Now, trying to give the same experience to all users using different devices, what most of the developers do is try to incorporate almost all the main features on the main display, which ultimately creates confusion among the users. 

 

It’s true that the UI creates the first impression. And this makes it essential to keep the visual appearance clear and simple. With this, the smaller screens will also not look cluttered. Just make sure that the display looks the same and equally alluring no matter the device screen is small or big. The UI must give a consistent experience to all users. 

 

Apple and Android are not the same:

Apple and Android are two different mobile application development platforms that need different designs and support different features and functionalities. One of the common mistakes developers, especially beginners often tend to make use of the same design for both iOS and Android application interfaces. Though it’s fine to make the app design the same for both platforms, it’s essential to follow the design guidelines of both and avoid using the same design codes for both. 

 

Avoid a complicated UI and UX:

It’s important to keep things simple to make the app easy to understand for every mobile app user, no matter if the user is a pro or not. A complicated app interface is one of the main reasons for the app’s failure. Just make sure to think from the users’ point of view and keep everything well-aligned and simple on the UI. 

 

Not testing the app multiple times on multiple devices:

Testing the app on different devices and multiple times is important to ensure there are no bugs. A bug-free app offers the best performance which makes it essential to test, test, and test it. Developers often make the mistake of testing it just once or twice. But this should not be done. Testing is a long process and developers must do it even after the completion of every stage of app development. 

 

So, to ensure a smooth development process and an error-free mobile app, developers must keep these above-mentioned points in mind. A user-friendly, high-performing, and engaging app is what every business needs to succeed and stay above the competitors in the App Stores now. And this makes it imperative to avoid committing these mistakes. 

 

Rob Stephen is a dedicated and experienced application developer associated with an award-winning mobile app development company in Australia, GetAProgrammer. The author has written this article to help developers identify and avoid some of the most common mistakes they often make during application development. 


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