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When Less Means More ! Stuff Your Turkey Not Your App

ImGoingAppsImGoingApps Lounge Lizzard Posts: 100
Can you give me 15 links,40 photos,13 pages, 5 back buttons, oh yeah make my app call me everyday at lunch ! And do it for 100 dollars in an hour ! If this is your customer then RUN . Wanted to share a story about a client that contacted me for a customer service app. Important features included logo on home screens, speed dail.
However I presented them with the app that included links and photos, a twitter feed it was loaded ! I loved it they didn't ;-/ . I hadn't listened to a potiential client nor had I explored the possibility of giving them less. App Cat software is great but if you cover it up with content the intended purpose of the app could get lost.
Please view a simple app with a huge potiential.
Keep you posted if client agrees we're popping bottles in the lounge !


  • ToddGoldsteinToddGoldstein Bouncer, Bar Keep Posts: 695
    Some of the best app sellers tend to only show generic sample apps OR apps they made for competing businesses.
    The idea being that you want to engage your customer's imagination. "This could be me", "This could be my logo"...
    Keeping most of your aces up your sleeve will allow you to answer "Yes" when they seem to have an idea about something "great that could be in the app, too"...
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