Convert Your Blog Into An Android App
If you have a blog and want to increase your reader base, launching an Android app for your blog with social share features may provide a useful solution. Our app developers will build an Android app for your blog, and conduct a thorough check to ensure features display and function correctly. We will require your sign off before submitting to the Google Play Store and once live, 3 months of development support is given to ensure your app remains stable and bug free.Learn More
Here’s When Convert Your Blog Into An Android App Can Help!
When you want to increase your blog readership with an app savvy audience
When you want users to share stories and access news on the move
When your blog struggles to retain visitors
When you want to stand out from the competition
Expand the readership of your blog by reaching the rapidly growing global app market. Extending the desktop experience of your blog with a mobile app will allow users to access the most up-to-date information while on the move, with just a simple ‘tap’ on their smartphones.
Our development team will build an Android app for your blog. Working from your design and using your existing content management system, they will setup an RSS feed to populate the latest news in the app. Top stories will be saved so users can access the latest news without having to access the web. App users will also be able to highlight favourite stories and share via Facebook and Twitter, which can boost the visibility of your blog to potential new readers. You will also have the ability to setup and send push notifications to alert users when new stories are published and promote user retention.
All our apps are rigorously tested and approved by you prior to launching and we will manage the submission process with the Google Play Store. Once your app is live, we will provide 3 months of free development support to fix any bugs that may arise.
Please note that this service does not include app design, hosting or consultancy.
An experienced app project manager will supervise the project from start to finish, and will run through a project brief to clarify your objectives.
In order for us to deliver this service, you will need:
- An Android Developer account
- App screen design (for 2 screens) and a library of the associated assets - One visual should show the 'home page' of your app, which will display a list of the most recent stories on your blog. The second visual will show how each story should display in your app and should allow for a social sharing button.
- Access to your existing blog
- Google Play Store page content including title, a description of your app and keywords
We will also need to assess your content management system to establish if an RSS feed plug-in can be set up.
Our developers will code your app and database on the designated server, then setup the RSS feed which will populate the app with the latest stories from your blog. The developers will test that the feed works in a staged app and then your project manager will conduct a quality check against your specifications and ensure all features are functioning.
Once you have also tested you app and given it your approval, we will manage the submission to the Google Play Store. We will provide 3 months of free development support after your app is made live to ensure your app remains stable and bug free.
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