The types of iPhone app developers
Do you think that all iPhone app developers follow a similar strategy for building iPhone apps? But it is not correct. Strategies vary developer to developer. Different iPhone developers have different plans for building their apps. This article covers a certain set of rules, qualities and traits. With these rules, qualities and traits, we can understand the types of developers developing successful iPhone apps. Here are those types:
Those who follow technology updates:
Successful developers continuously follow technology updates such as blogs, app reviews, articles, forums and other similar stuffs. They create discussions and are answered by experts. This makes them well-informed about latest trends in the area of iPhone application development. These stuffs also let them learn a variety of tweaks, tips and tricks for building a successful app. They create network and exchange their ideas in order to expand their knowledge-base.
Type - 2
Those who believe in Apple’s rules:
They are those developers who always follow rules established by Apple for iPhone app development. They are also the most successful iPhone application developers. Their end-products never go wrong. Their work over and over again lives up to the expectations of users.
Type – 3
Those who learn from own mistakes:
Developers with years of experience can make mistakes. But these mistakes make them learn about do's and don'ts in iPhone application development. If they discover their mistakes that resulted failure, they can easily sort out them and do not repeat again.
Type - 4
Those who learn from other’s mistakes:
These types of developers learn from mistakes of others. They discover how other developers made mistakes, and how these mistakes can be removed. If developers are able to discover a problem area, their final work will most likely not fail.
Type - 5
Those who take inspiration from the success of others
It is an easy way to learn how an app can become successful. Take some successful apps and analyze them for things that make them popular. You can analyze features and functionalities that set them apart from others. At the end of the day, you will have a list of things that you never thought about.
Those who walk on their own way
Some developers never think from the point of view of their audience. They make an app that please their eyes, but it does not mean that it will also be liked by audience. These types of developers frequently fail.