Part 2 fixing bad Apps

In part 1, I explained why you should delete your bad app from the store…but then what do you do?

You’re going to need a replacement.

This is where bad things tend to repeat themselves for a couple reasons:

 1. Good app developers have too much business to handle.

 2. Bad app developers are available but only because they’re bad.

There’s far more to consider but let’s assume you’re working with a good app developer.

When you hire a developer, team of developers or a development company, the 1st thing you need to do is set a date for the 1st upload to the App Store.

This 1st upload needs to be really fast with extremely limited functionality.

For reference, if the 1st upload is going to take longer than 2-weeks… you’ve waited too long.

If you’re viewing everything from a desktop “simulator”, you’re going to be surprised, in a bad way, when you finally do your 1st upload to the Apple store.

Uploading the app to Apple is the #1 thing you need to focus on, especially when hiring an “app company”.

App companies are the worst because they’ll take on far more business than they can handle, everything will be delivered late, and every app is going to have problems.

It’s the nature of the beast.

Forcing an upload lowers the waterline, exposes the “rocks” (truth) and exposes what you really have versus what they claim they’ve done.

To make your app development better – upload early, upload often!

Or you can do it the way the app companies prefer – wait, trust, get angry and listen to apologizes and requests for more money.

If you need help with your mobile app – Call 847 380 7307 or DM me and I’ll be happy to help any of my connections.

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