Quick… what time is it?

Chances are you pulled out your cell phone to check the clock. Mobile devices nowadays can do almost everything. Communication, photo studio, and personal assistant are only a few of the common uses a cell phone can fulfill. 

Many people are choosing to ditch the larger computers and opt for cell phones when they search the web. in 2017, mobile devices comprised almost 48 percent of web traffic. That doesn’t even include tablets!

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A great way to make your business more profitable is to follow this mobile app trend.

If you’re wondering why the advantages of mobile apps way outshine those of a website, read on to learn more. 

Quicker Response Time

In a world where time is money, the response time of your device can be crucial. This is one of the main reasons why people choose to use mobile websites over the more fleshed out computer versions.

No one likes waiting for pages to load, even for a few seconds. If your site lags, the customer may not even wait and move on to the next site.

Mobile apps are responsive and more streamlined for convenience and better viewing on the smaller screen of a mobile device.

Efficient Communication

It can be difficult to reconnect with past customers using mail or phone calls. A mobile app can give your customers instant updates about new products or when their favorite item is back in stock.

You can either have the updates pop up when the customer opens the app, or you can give them the option to have push notifications that pop up on the phone regardless of the app being open.

Interactive Advantages Of Mobile Apps

Some mobile apps are taking advantage of the increased ability to engage consumers. Adding a one-click-buy button or the option to share an item on social media not only makes your product more visible but also keeps your customers on your app longer.

Consider adding interactive and engaging features when you’re in the app development stage to make your app more interesting for users. 

Use Of Special Device Features

Many mobile devices these days come with neat features that you can incorporate into your app experience.

For instance, the LG G6 phone has a fingerprint scanner that can act as quick and secure log-in credentials for your customers. You can also use the phone’s camera function for a fun way for customers to upload selfies with your product.

If you choose to offer this feature, make sure it’s not required because not all phones support such features.

What’s App With That?

Now that you understand the advantages of mobile apps over a responsive website, it’s time to get cracking!

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