Challenges Associated With Android App Development, With Possible Solutions

Android apps are among one of the most downloaded applications on the market. In fact, there is a relentless demand for highly innovative Android-enabled apps. So, it makes sense to create one for your business organization. Besides, considering the fact that the majority of users likely spend their digital media time on mobile applications, having one for your business can help reach out to a wider audience base.

Wondering Why You Should Create an Android App?

The best part of developing an app in Android is that is likely to get published easily compared to iOS apps. Also, the apps deployed to the Google Play Store are being made available for public use within a few days unlike the Apple’s iTunes store (that take weeks to release an app). Another great advantage of an Android app is: since it is built using the Java programming language, it can port to other mobile OS (operating system).

Android Application Development Problems and Their Solution

At present, most of the developers prefer using pre-built templates and customize them to come up with a unique looking design. While this may provide you with a better way to create an app design but several challenges can make the process of application development a daunting proposition.

Through this article, I want to share you with some of the biggest challenges you will encounter when developing an Android app. Additionally, you will learn about the tactics used by Android apps development company to cope up with those challenges.

Challenges Associated With Android App Development With Possible Solutions

1. Too Many Android Versions

The biggest problem with Android is that it too many versions. Also, many new releases are being introduced in the market quite frequently. So, it becomes challenging for the development companies to use one device as the baseline for app development. Also, they need to stay up-to-date about the features that are still supported or have been discontinued from the Android versions in use. Since many users don’t upgrade their product to the latest version, it’s imperative to evaluate which version is being used by your customer base.

Solution: Any good and reliable development firm will make it a habit of studying the most modern operating system version that is extensively used by mobile users. Apart from this, ensure that your service provider is capable enough to make the app work even on the oldest version available on the market.

2. Fragmented Hardware

It is easy to develop an app for the Apple devices, as you only need to focus on building an app that will work only on three devices: iPhone, iPad and iPod. But that’s not the case with Android OS, which can run on several devices like Samsung, HTC, Motorola, and many more. And so, there is no standard device size for which you can build an app. Also, you will have to spend additional time in incorporating built-in features in your app (like Camera, GPS, Push Notifications, etc.) that may exist or not on a particular mobile device.

Solution: Ensure that your development partner is doing research on the most popular Android devices, and must test the app on those devices to see if they are working fine or not. Another possible workaround to this situation is that hardware manufacturers should include all essential features in Android powered devices.

Conclusion

No doubt, developing an Android app is an easy task and has a lot of benefits. Primarily, the open-source nature of the operating system saves developers from developing mobile applications from scratch. But as nothing is perfect, even developing an Android app has issues that you need to deal with to come up with the result-driven solution.

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