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When talking about costs of a software product, 'vague' is the perfect word to apply here. No one can tell how much time and money your project will take. But you, whether you are launching a startup, or a cost-efficient app for presenting your business, an internal enterprise product, or you need software for any other business purpose - you need to plan your budget. You want to know how much your mobile app or website will cost. Nobody will tell you that exactly - but here we'll try to come as close as possible
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There are many reasons why a client could decide to change the software contractor halfway through. If summed up, the main reason is that the client is not satisfied with their work. But reasons aside, we are interested in the result: there is a project done to a certain extent; this means there is design and/or code that must be used by another contractor to make a finished product
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Software development is an art in some way. Although each project has its own peculiarities, every good company has a structured way of accomplishing them. Here is our generalized vision of this process: from getting acquainted with the Client - up to deployment of high-quality product and conducting post-release services. This is the optimal process that we choose. 7 steps - nothing lacking, nothing excessive

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You must have often come across the statement that successful products start with a great idea. Mobile app startups start with great ideas as well. But the problem is many people becoming overprotective about these ideas

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Your app has about 30 seconds to show it's highly usable; and your content has about 3 seconds to grasp the average user. Only a minority of persistent users would be trying it out further. Just as market conditions change (for example, one-time payments for apps are widely replaced by the freemium model), our behavior and expectations as mobile users change as well

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A non-disclosure agreement can be signed between the client (a mobile startup owner, for example) and the contractor for protection of the client's intellectual property. At the first glance it's a necessary and reasonable step to prevent stealing of original ideas that can bring lots of profits and popularity if transformed into a good mobile app. But there must also be right time and right place for it

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Once you are determined to build a new mobile product for the market, there is no retreat, unless you call off the development. But you are determined not to do that, aren't you? The needed exposure of your app can be provided well before its release. Seize the chance of making people aware of your app beforehand. The list of tips below will be helpful to you

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The overused ''individual approach'' is promised by businesses to every client. Indeed, each person is unique in essence but once people become clients, they attain certain traits and show certain behavior that can be roughly categorized. Depending on their 'category' (which can be a mix of them as well), you'll know how to deal with them efficiently and keep them satisfied

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Our life is made of the moments that take our breath away. What's hard to deny, we all love to capture these moments in photos, and we use smartphones for that. But most of us either tend to share personal moments on Instagram, or flood such social networks as Facebook with similar-looking photos from our lives' events, to the extend that some people's oversharing starts resembling spam. WrapLive offers an alternative: it's a bright and fun-looking social network in your phone, which enables an interesting way of sharing these moments with the exact people you want. And it's free

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How often have you encountered truly weird apps? Or maybe you had ideas as for making something that would be absolutely uncommon for an average mobile user's homescreen? Here are 8 weird apps that show how far imagination or absurd can go

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