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Moreover, 91% of people own a mobile phone, 56% of people own a smartphone, 50% of mobile phone users use their devices as their primary Internet source and most of the time spent on their phones is to activate or use an app.
You can start by slowly trying to implement your initial idea without considering the market requirements. Or, based on a documented research, you can adapt it to your audience’s needs.
When it comes to landing pages, the first thing to do is to prioritize the goals you want to achieve by using them. As we highlighted in a previous article, these purposes depend on the actual moment in the life cycle of a startup.
The Minimum Viable Product is not about building the minimal product that is usable and sellable, as much as testing your assumptions about the market with the minimal effort needed.
If you are reading this, then probably your road to success starts with getting people on your website. This is already hard enough as it is. Let’s have a quick look at what actually happens along the way, so that we make sure you manage your expectations and calibrate your efforts.
At the beginning of September, Google had to pull their Two Factor Authentication app for iOS. After an update the app effectively locked out a large percentage of people out of their accounts.
This is the first part of a series of articles we will be writing about how you should choose between mobile first, mobile only or mobile later when creating the MVP of your mobile product.