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What Should You Do If Your App Idea Already Exist?


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There are more than 2 million applications in the Apple App Store and around 3 million applications in the Google Play Store. So, your app idea may not be the unique one.

Possibly your idea has been implemented, but not in the perfect way. Or, on the other hand, possibly you’ll discover, there is a specific audience that is yet undiscovered by your competitors. In this article, we’ll be talking about the strategies you can use to figure out if your application idea exists, and what you should do if it does exist.

Do Your Research

You can begin with, Google, but should not stop there. In today’s crowded mobile application marketplace, you have to advance up your plan with some new and propelled strategies for discovering who the players are, what they’re doing, and how they’re doing it. Run an effective search on the Google Play Store by utilizing some advanced tools accessible over the web.

Refine Your App Idea: You will have to modify your application idea. For example, if your app idea was to make a quiz application on cars, you can think of developing a quiz application for any specific type of cars like vintage cars. After you have refined your application idea, you have to again look for comparative applications in the app store and repeat the first and second point for your refined application idea.

Do the Testing: You can download the comparative applications, check their features and note down the user experience. You should also focus on the mistakes committed by your competitors or disadvantages of the applications to discover features that will enhance user-friendliness and ease of use of the application. If you can’t discover any aspect of development, jump to the following point.

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