Preston Berger

Software developer Joined over 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Show DN: How much does a website cost?, Jul 25, 2016

    Website pros and cons:


    Inexpensive – usually included in the price of designing your website Works on all devices – you don’t need a separate site for iOS/Android Easy to setup – no submitting to app stores, you just need a domain and hosting.


    No push notifications No offline access No app store presence Poor design can cause problems like: Performance issues Cluttered design Poor usability

    Mobile app pros and cons:


    Push notifications – send text messages to your subscribers Offline access – read articles, listen to podcasts, or browse a product catalog while on an airplane Great performance – a well designed app can be faster than a website Less cluttered – this depends on the website design, but apps tend to have less stuff Get on the app stores – it’s another way to get in front of your customers, you also get a button on their homescreen.


    Extra expense – while some apps are affordable ($49/mo for example) it’s still another cost Extra setup – you have to setup the app and submit to the app stores

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  • Posted to Mobile App Development Trends for 2016, Jul 25, 2016

    The year 2015 saw an interesting relationship emerge between cloud computing and mobile apps. Their association led to the delivery of centrally coordinated apps to any device. This trend is likely to continue in 2016, because cloud technology is here to stay as it offers numerous benefits. With cloud support, app developers can retain the small size of mobile apps. And a word about cost

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How much does it cost to develop an iOS app?, in reply to Clavax Technologies , Jun 15, 2016

    There are many ways to develop an app at affordable price. Below are the estimated costs:

    Simple, table based app – $1,000-4,000 Database App (native) – $8,000-$50,000 Games – $10,000-$250,000

    from the article

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  • Posted to What do you do with unused designs and logos?, Jun 15, 2016

    Ya, just sell them

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  • Posted to The Hidden Costs of Mobile App Development, Jun 15, 2016

    Marketing Costs: After you build an app and put it up in the store, don’t expect it to attain wings and fly off the shelves. Just because it is built better, it can’t detriment the hundreds of other similar apps and gain the crowd’s attention. The targeted audience should be able to see it, try and like it. People wouldn’t know unless you tell them about it and there is no use building a great app if no one comes to know about it. And that is where the ‘Marketing’ comes in; what follows will be the bonus- their likings, more downloads, and the ROI!

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