Saturday, June 15, 2024

Div Com directs for strengthening mobile

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir directed the district administration of Bandipora and cell operators to paint in tandem so that all the network connectivity issues confronted by humans in flung regions of Gurez and Tulail are addressed immediately. The Div Com changed into chairing an assembly with telecom operators such as BSNL, JIO, Airtel, Vodafone, and others. The DDC Bandipora participated through video conferencing.


The Div Com assured the non-public cell operators that the government would facilitate them in all possible ways if they needed to expand their network in these regions. He is confident the representatives of mobile operators that supplying various NOCs might be expedited if they want to set up new towers in the area.

The Div Com stated that the Chief Minister worries about problems facing human beings in cell connectivity. He said that authorities would ensure that the regions will have a similar mobile carrier as different elements of the nation in the coming. GKNN Mobile apps for small business owners are becoming more common as smaller businesses have found apps to be one of the main cornerstones of marketing and branding their businesses.

In the past, apps were only available to “large” companies due to the high costs of developing a custom app. App developers spend many hours designing and coding the apps to the exact specifications of the company, which leads to an extremely high price tag. But, as it has played out in the past with other automation, technology has caught up with the trend, and we now have made more affordable apps for medium to small-business owners.

Look at your smartphone right now. Every one of those apps that you see on your screen was developed for a specific reason. Check your email, local weather reports, social media, work calendar… etc. Then, mobile apps for business marketing came into existence, and the whole marketing world exploded. Now, businesses can buy, sell, trade… or just about any transaction you can think of that you could do in person on your smartphone. Business marketers had developers create mobile apps for their businesses to take advantage of this new marketing strata.


What do you see when people walk through a mall or shopping area? Most will look down at their phones, interacting with someone or some business. It can be argued that this practice can be somewhat risky, especially if you’re not watching where you are going. But that’s another discussion at some other time.

However, here’s what’s refreshing about a mobile business app. It can be referred to as an “electronic business card.” It is always in front of a business’s customers. As the smartphone user scrolls through the apps and has your app for your business, they will see it multiple times daily. A company can only grow with that kind of exposure.

Here is a great example of a mobile business app operating. A customer, we’ll call him John, who had downloaded the app from a local pizza place, places a pizza order from the app for a little gathering of friends at his house. John knows they make great pizza, and sure enough, one of his friends wants to see the name of the place where he got the pizza because it is NOT a major chain. John says, “Here’s the name of the pizza place, and you can download their app from the app store.”

Word of mouth is the best advertising money cannot buy. That pizza business picks up another customer they would normally not get. And when John’s friend downloads the app, the pizza place is on his phone, and he will see it multiple times during the day or night.

That is only one-way mobile business apps work for businesses.


The more mobile technology advances, the more the market demands of diverse mobile apps increase, almost following an exponential graph. Today, both iOS and Android platforms have a huge market. Most mobile application developers devote themselves to building user-centric, feature-rich, and business-driven mobile devices. Here is a 5-step checklist that would help you to develop stellar mobile apps smoothly.

#1 Clearly Define Goals and Requirements directs mobile

The first step is to set a well-defined and proper goal so that you can chalk out a plan to reach that goal. You might get lost halfway if you do not preset the destination! Once you know what you want in your mobile application and what features and benefits the users will get using your app, you can go ahead with the development process. Before starting the development process, another important thing to decide is how to build the application.

#2 UX Aspect

To build a successful mobile application, you must consider the UX aspect. This defines or ensures that the users have a good app experience. Even if your app is top-notch in its looks, design, and graphics, until and unless it can offer the app users a satisfactory experience, it cannot gain that much success in today’s vying market for mobiles with a touchscreen interface; the developers should devise multi-touch gestures so that the app users can smoothly navigate it. Apart from being user-friendly, developers need to make that application aesthetically appealing.

#3 Development Process

This part is mostly about writing the coding part. Creating a prototype and gaining clients’ approval for building custom applications is part of this development phase. The developers should have in-depth expertise in the programming language and updated tools. According to your requirements, they can integrate different web services, link the mobile app to the cloud storage of the back-end, and integrate the social sites, payment gateway, etc.

#4 Thorough Testing

This testing phase has several parts – QC Checking, UAT (User Acceptance Testing), and Unit Testing. With the help of a simulator, the developers and the designers can effortlessly test the developed application to check whether any error or bug is present. Before launching the app in the app store, this thorough testing stage ensures that the app’s quality is as per the market standard and is free from any technical glitches.

#5 Deployment

This is the last stage of the development process. The newly built app appears live in the app store in this phase. This step includes the distribution of apps as well. Well, another crucial thing is to market this recently launched mobile app. Without a well-planned and quality marketing strategy, even a feature-rich and impressive app sfails to do the satisfactory business it should have in this competing market. Hence, jotting down a smart marketing strategy for the freshly developed application is vital.

Jenna D. Norton
Jenna D. Norton
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