Android app development is fun for those, who have successfully accomplished some years in this sphere. However, newbies often found themselves struggling in the puzzles of how and where to start. Many new developers choose online tutorials for learning the basics or requisites of app development, which is absolutely not a bad idea.

So, have you gone through any tutorial related to android app development or came across any guide on the same?

If yes, then undoubtedly the introductory part of each, accounts for different phases of android app development including conceptualization, feasibility assessment, designing, development, and testing. Experts believe, here each of them plays a significant role in creating the desired model of your android app. So it is advisable to research on the importance and functionality of every step, before proceeding to the next. In this post too, we have compiled the relevant information on each of them so that it benefits you in the future while developing your own Android app.

If you know the basics of mobile applications like their types, programming languages and more let’s move directly to the conceptualization.

Conceptualization: ‘An idea is a key to invention’ this fits the best here. It is quite obvious that without a great idea or vision, you can’t proceed to any further step. You need a basic foundation of raw ideas and concepts around which you can build your empire or better say, android app.

For that, you have to perform researches on users’ demands, market trends, demographics, and rivals’ new & existing policies.  All these give you the first idea about how and where you can start your journey. Moreover, the successful implementation of other steps of app creation also depends on the conceptualization itself.

Feasibility assessment: Once you have out sketched your ideas on paper next, is to check its feasibility. As a new developer, there are fewer chances to get success in the first attempt. So, make sure you already have the backup plans in your hand. As if any of your ideas don’t perform well at this stage, then you may shift to other. Here, you develop a final plan after checking whether it is feasible to your objectives and today’s demands or not.

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For that, you need a group of the audience which can provide feedback for your plan. If most of them like it, then you can proceed with the same. Otherwise, it is suggested to do more homework before thinking about the development of the Android app.

Design: As a developer, this step is crucial for you as it tests both skills and past experience. The core areas of working include UX (User experience) and UI (User interface).

For a better UX, you need to work on designing of elements’ interaction whereas, UI demands designing according to the users’ preferences. So design an app which makes complete justice to both the purpose and goals behind the development of Android apps.

Development: It is a stage where you give actual shape to your ideas, and a new Android app is born. It involves the complete architecture for an android app with a hierarchy of sub-stages. And, every action performed here needs to be accurate and cross-checked. Use of libraries, frameworks, coding and more constitute this stage.

Moreover, keep one thing in mind that here the complexity increases along with the additional features of an application.  

Testing and deployment: The final stage of android application development is testing and deployment. Once you are done with the development part, you need to test the app on different grounds like usability, interface, efficiency, storage, performance, appearance, security, compatibility and many more. In case, you find some errors or low performance, fix them and then only move to the deployment phase.

Now when it comes to the distribution, at first, you must launch the app on the small scale. If your customers are happy with existing features and price, then only you should go for the large-scale distribution. Otherwise, you need to revise the previous steps.

Undoubtedly, android app development takes time and efforts, however, once you succeed, this on turn will add crown to your head. You can earn a good profit and fame with android apps.

Now, maybe you are thinking, is everything gets fixed or do we need to do something more? Yes, launching an app is not an end to the development process. After placing your app in its users’ hands, you have to monitor its performance and its real-time glitches or errors. So, remember it is an ongoing process, where you continuously work on customers’ feedbacks and try to improve the existing functionality or features of your app from time-to-time.  It will help you to maintain the viability of your app in the market and offers you better payouts.