“Ninety nine per cent of the apps fail. In many cases, even the developer’s own family members don’t use the apps let alone the developer himself. Space on the users’ phone home screen is becoming the costliest real estate in the world.”
Ravi Gururaj, The Chairman Of NASSCOM’s Product Council.
The mobile apps market is going through a problem of plenty. With open platforms such as Android, any enthusiast with minimum knowledge is able to create apps and launch them on the stores. However, a majority of the apps fail and even the ones that manage to gain a sizeable number of downloads don’t survive for long.