Mobile app users are fickle people. It is very common for people to download an app, use it once, and never return. Without a relationship, the user does not feel compelled to return to the app. They have no brand loyalty.
By leveraging Unity’s strong plugin platform, the new User Hook Unity SDK is able to provide the full User Hook feature set through an easy to use interface. This includes in-app messages, user feedback and push notifications.
In an ideal world, we would never lose users. Each month we would add 100 new users and our user base would continue to grow. But that’s not the real world. Users will leave your app for a variety of reasons.
Sometimes the most difficult client to work with is one who is so excited that they have ideas running out of their ears. They looked at a tons of apps, picked the best feature from each app and then said that they want all those features in their app. Enthusiasm is great, but developers often have to bring clients back to reality about what makes a good app. Adding features isn’t what makes an app great. In fact, the opposite may be true.
Even if you are a fan of the Whopper over a Big Mac, you have to admit that McDonald’s must have done something right to satisfy customers for the last 80 years. Started in Monrovia, California by Patrick McDonald and his sons, their small food stand would grow into one of the world’s most recognized eating establishments. Here are a few ways that lessons learned from McDonald’s early growth can apply to your mobile app.