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If you’re lucky enough to have an app that everyone’s heard of, most of your job as a developer is already completed. The rest of us have to duke it out in the app store search bar. There’s 8 major factors to consider, half of which you have direct control over on the app’s page, and another 4 off that page that you can influence but not directly control.
Analytics from 2013 showed that only 16% of apps were used three times or more by users. With so much revenue coming from advertisements and in-app purchases, it’s clear to see why increasing the “stickiness” of apps is important for driving up revenue. Some ways are actually pretty simple, have you tried all of these?
Think of the demographics of the users you are targeting and picture a typical person who would would use your app. What sort of interface would they respond to? How often will they use the app, and what is going on in their lives that could compete for their attention? Are they teens who have smartphones but lack credit cards, discouraging in-app purchases? Does your audience have young children who need constant care? Are they outside a lot and more likely to delete an app that drains their battery? Know your audience and create for it.