What the world needs now is apps, more apps. So we’ve decided to help the world out a little bit with our snazzy app ideas generator, the AppVault 5000. Any mad profits you make from our ideas are yours. You’re welcome.
How does the AppVault 5000 work? It’s easy! The AppVault 5000 is loaded with ideas bursting with potential, just waiting for you to give them life. Just check the tables labeled A, B, and C to fill in the blanks for your next app idea.
My next app should be an (A) app for (B) (C)
Let’s see what the great app spirits have chosen for you!
A. The first letter of your last name:
|A||Video calling||N||Custom workouts|
|B||Tutoring||O||Baby name generator|
|C||Artificial intelligence||P||Microblogging platform|
|D||Luxury shopping||Q||Custom search engine|
|H||Stack Overflow||U||Weather forecasts|
|I||Delivery service||V||To-do lists|
|K||Dating platform||X||Local news|
|L||Recipe ideas||Y||Food delivery|
B. Your birth month:
C. Your birth date:
|11||Dog owners||27||Android fans|
|12||Flat earthers||28||Coffee lovers|
|16||Migratory blue whales|
We hope these app ideas are just the beginning of your next beautiful business venture. Good luck!
Other things to consider when building new app ideas
If you’re not satisfied with the offerings of the AppVault 5000, we have some other advice for coming up with apps people will love and use. Are you asking the right questions? Here are some “big picture” questions that will help you determine if the app ideas you’d like to build will have value.
Who will use it?
Does your idea have a clear target audience in mind? Think about what kinds of people would use an app like yours, and if there are other niches you can find a way to break into. If you’re not sure exactly who would be interested in an app like yours, time to hit the drawing board again. You want to know exactly who your users will be.
What are they using it for?
So you’ve got a target audience. But what do they use your app for? Think your way through the journey of a person who would be using your new app. What features does it need to have to be useful? Which features will have the most value? Will different features have different value for different people? And the biggest question: does it adequately address a real need or problem?
How will they use it?
How can you build your app ideas to address the needs of the user? In other words, you’ve got to find a way to build an app that fits in with the way people live their lives. Is your idea something that can be easily turned into a mobile app? Is it something that makes sense as an app, and is it something that people would actually enjoy using on their phones? Are there specific ways you can make your app fit into their lifestyle?
Are they willing to pay for it?
Here’s the million-dollar question: is this app something people are going to want to pay for? You may have a pretty nifty piece of software, but if your objective is to make money, being cool isn’t good enough. You need to pave a clear path to profits. Will your app be free, paid, or freemium? Will it be supported by ads? Are there in-app purchases? Before you start coding, you’ll need to develop a solid plan for self-sufficiency or profits.
What makes yours different?
Last, but not least, it’s time to bring out your creative genius. There are 2.5 million apps in the Google Play store, and 1.8 million currently in the App Store. There are apps for everything. Your competition is fierce — if you’re not the very first to do something, your next defense is to be the best at it. So keep working at what makes your app stand out. Come up with a unique value proposition and hammer it home. Dare to be different!
Once you have a slammin’ app idea, it’s time to develop! And Instabug will be here for you when you do.