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Readfeed Makes it to Final Release After Early Access

Making an app with a unique idea is a challenging task and every app developer will have experienced it. Hundreds of apps are released into Google Play Store and App store every month and only a few will get noticed and very few will be successful. Readfeed is one of those apps with a great idea and has just made it to the main release. Readfeed is an application which is targeted for book lovers. Readers from around the world will be able to share their reviews on their favorite books in this app. This is one of the first online book clubs available only on the android devices and can be downloaded here. Every app developer will be experiencing some bugs and improper delivery of the app during its launch. We have listed out some of the major practices followed by developers like readfeed which might help you in developing your application too. Identifying Bugs Bugs are one of the common problems that every developer encounter in the early stages of the application development. Because of the wide range of devices on which the app was running, the developers were able to identify the problems quickly and were able to sort it out for the next update. Identifying new target markets The benefit from the early access is that you can choose your application to be released at the global level. Readfeed developers were able to find out book-related markets with the help of feedbacks from the users and the emails exchanged between them. You will also come to know the requirement for your application from around the world. Identifying new features New features need to be added to the application to make it better and according to the developer readfeed, if around 10 people ask for a particular feature, then it should be considered as important and should be tried to embed it in your application as soon as possible. The above-mentioned information was gathered from a particular developer from their release experience and further research is advised on the topic if you are planning on developing an application.
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Readfeed Makes it to Final Release After Early Access

Paula Hernandez
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28th Oct, 2016
Readfeed Makes it to Final Release After Early Access

Making an app with a unique idea is a challenging task and every app developer will have experienced it. Hundreds of apps are released into Google Play Store and App store every month and only a few will get noticed and very few will be successful.

Readfeed is one of those apps with a great idea and has just made it to the main release. Readfeed is an application which is targeted for book lovers. Readers from around the world will be able to share their reviews on their favorite books in this app. This is one of the first online book clubs available only on the android devices and can be downloaded here.

Every app developer will be experiencing some bugs and improper delivery of the app during its launch. We have listed out some of the major practices followed by developers like readfeed which might help you in developing your application too.

Identifying Bugs

Bugs are one of the common problems that every developer encounter in the early stages of the application development. Because of the wide range of devices on which the app was running, the developers were able to identify the problems quickly and were able to sort it out for the next update.

Identifying new target markets

The benefit from the early access is that you can choose your application to be released at the global level. Readfeed developers were able to find out book-related markets with the help of feedbacks from the users and the emails exchanged between them. You will also come to know the requirement for your application from around the world.

Identifying new features

New features need to be added to the application to make it better and according to the developer readfeed, if around 10 people ask for a particular feature, then it should be considered as important and should be tried to embed it in your application as soon as possible.

The above-mentioned information was gathered from a particular developer from their release experience and further research is advised on the topic if you are planning on developing an application.

Paula

Paula Hernandez

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Paula spent six years lecturing about Java before settling as a full-time independent Android developer. She also has strong interest in writing about Android and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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