Creating a powerful app by combining great functionality and design is only half a success. An app is prosperous only when it provides users with a great experience. One of the main features of the app is its instant performance. If your app takes a long time to load, people will likely stop using it or delete it. Or they can quickly search for some competitor apps. The bounce rate can be up to 32% higher if your app loads for longer than 1 sec.
The number of mobile users worldwide is expected to reach 8+ billion by 2023. So there is a growing dependency on mobile devices. Users have high expectations regarding app performance, and it’s difficult to make your app successful.
To ensure a smooth user experience, you need to guarantee that the images used in your app are small in size. Optimizing the images will help you to improve the performance of the app and also ensure that the quality is not compromised. Don’t fill your app with lots of images. Create an impact by adding different color pallets.
Caching is storing the recently used data temporarily. The app uses its cache memory of the hardware to store the data. When the app is opened, the cache data will initiate an instant response and load the app faster. It’s a great way to reduce the app loading time. The process gets repeated when the user clears the catch files.
The performance of your app depends a lot on the coding. Using minimized coding and removing elements that are unnecessary will result in the smooth performance of your app. Don’t cache all the data, as the device has limited storage. Use code files that are compact so that they can load quickly before the page gets displayed on the screen.
Users will soon lose interest in the app if it is too slow. They expect the app to run the moment they open it. If the app takes more time to load, users just uninstall the app and look for some other options. Thus, having a proper startup is crucial for the app. Let the app start in the background and only use those objects that are instantly required at the launch time. Load fewer things at the start. Reduce the layouts that are redundant and not required in the process.
The users should have a seamless experience the whole time they use the app. So, it’s essential to increase the app's usability across all platforms. People may switch devices and different networks. Therefore the app should be able to adapt to the changing ecosystem. Inform your users about the wrong network through the message so that they know that some of the app functionalities will not work. The app should be able to detect the networks and react accordingly.
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