As someone who owns a web/mobile agency (Pocketworks) that's a really interesting read. Thanks for sharing.
Mobile app development price estimation is a complex process affected by many factors. Not a single professional development company can give you the accurate project cost right away. The online price calculators that can be found on the net are nothing more than marketing bait. Even the initial hourly rates are often negotiable. Depending on the complexity of the idea’s implementation and embedded functions all the developed applications can be divided into four types – simple, middle complexity, high complexity and innovative. Here is the useful piece of information https://erminesoft.com/how-much-does-it-cost-to-develop-a-mobile-app/
This is really interesting.
You should do some similar articles on web design, logo/identity design...etc.
Learning about the process involved and what things need to be considered when handling such a project would be beneficial for everyone.
Thanks to such articles we can convince this industry to reconsider digital budgets :) Nice article, Anton!
Publish 2 days
When you say 2 days to publish, what exactly are you talking about? The app store approval process or all of the asset generation, certificate information, banking information, company ACL's, provision profile setup, and company setup paperwork that Apple asks you for?
Thanks for sharing, it will help me to show how new features make a simple project grow exponentially.
How much does it cost to make an app?..In a nutshell, prices of a product can vary from $2,000-$250,000. Quite a significant gap, isn't it? Looking for more figures? Check out this article - https://www.cleveroad.com/blog/how-much-does-it-cost-to-create-an-app