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What Makes a Successful App Idea?

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A common refrain people say is “I have an idea for an app that ….”. But once you have that idea, how do you go about evaluating its merits? What constraints are you putting on your idea by making it into a mobile application? What steps can you take to ensure your app is as useful as possible? This article aims to answer some of those questions from a product-centric lens, meaning it will stay away from the nitty-gritty technical…




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Anmol Parande

Anmol Parande

Masters Student of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at UC Berkeley

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