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What has changed ASO in App Market after COVID-19?

Jan 12 2021

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The COVID-19 is still spreading around the world, bringing profound changes and impacts to economies and people's daily lives around the world, and people are gradually adapting to the " new normal". And in difficult times, the convenience of mobile devices has made people more dependent on mobile devices than ever before, and the mobile application market is experiencing many changes and developments.


How COVID-19 changed our lifestyle?


From a global perspective, all markets currently seem to be following the trend of gradual recovery from the new crown epidemic. This means that the trajectory of the global mobile application market in recent months can serve as a reference to some extent to the trend of gradual recovery from the embargo in other regions.

The way we communicate


During the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly everyone around the world experienced the isolation of being at home and living away from the herd. Such solitude, while inevitably lonely, gave many people a brief moment to stop and think.

During the COVID-19 epidemic, almost everyone around the world experienced the isolation of being at home and living in isolation, so while it was inevitable to be alone, various social media apps successfully took over as the main way for people to socialize and keep in touch, chat or meet with friends, family and colleagues while maintaining social distance, social media apps became the focus of people's lives. Social media applications have become the focus of people's lives. Short video applications are also gaining momentum under the epidemic's lockdown.

The way we get news


During the pandemic, people turned to traditional news sources, including television, for news. However, social media has also picked up slightly, with 24% of people saying they got news about the epidemic from WhatsApp. In the U.S., 26 percent of respondents said they had used Instagram to get news about the coronavirus in the week before being surveyed. Instagram now reaches 11 percent of people worldwide with its weekly news, compared to 12 percent for Twitter. Facebook still dominates the social media news market with 36 percent, followed by Google's YouTube with 21%.

The way we shop


The shift of consumers to online shopping will help accelerate e-commerce innovation across multiple industries. Many companies are working to improve their own e-commerce experience, from shortening delivery times and updating product descriptions on web pages to determining product display order based on positive reviews and product ratings. In addition, it will be interesting to see if these consumers continue to shop online or return to brick-and-mortar stores after Covid-19 is over. But one thing is certain: brands that offer a seamless, information-rich online experience will succeed in these challenging times.

Insight of the opportunities for the mobile application market


During the pandemic, the increase of mobile app interaction rate drove the rapid growth of mobile app revenue. Therefore, marketing campaigns targeting retention will play an important role.

Since acquisition costs are relatively low during an epidemic, if you want to acquire high quality users at a cheap price, then user acquisition campaigns should be launched as soon as possible. However, the low cost won't last forever, so having an aggressive retention marketing strategy will help you retain users longer.

In the US market, for example, gaming, video chat, online conferencing, online shopping, food delivery, social media and health care were the best performing verticals in the mobile app market during the epidemic, while travel, hotel and dating verticals showed the opposite results.

As the world begins to adapt to the "new normal" of a pandemic, the way people consume mobile app content and services will also change, which will give rise to new categories of mobile apps. We also expect that apps like travel and hotels, which have been hit hard by the new epidemic, will adapt to the "normalization" of the pandemic by changing the way they serve their customers in an increasingly digital world.

Emphasizing remote work


One of the defining trends amid COVID-19 has been the unprecedented rise of organic installs of business and education apps in the stores, leading to a record year for both categories. Global downloads for business apps in the first half of 2020 increased by nearly 150 percent year-over-year to 1.9 billion across the App Store and Google Play, while education apps saw 42 percent Y/Y growth to reach nearly 2 billion. With more developers than ever cobbling together remote office and classroom tools, consumers are directly searching for the services they need or are required to have by their employers and schools.

According to Sensor Tower data, searches for Zoom, Google Classroom, and Microsoft Teams have seen huge gains by traffic score growth compared to the same time period in 2019, meaning that consumers know exactly what they want and are searching for it directly. This search behavior has also contributed to all three services experiencing record downloads throughout Q1 and Q2 2020. Zoom has seen the largest increase overall, achieving record in downloads for a business app and becoming the most downloaded app globally in the second quarter.


Data that Drives App Growth

source from Sensor Tower


Staying supportive


One of the challenges of COVID-19 is that it’s a global event—a stressful and abnormal sequence of events that has forced the world out of its known routine. It’s hard to acknowledge that things have changed without being gloomy or awkward, but it’s critical that mobile app markers take extra care when communicating with customers.

According to ASO World research, mobile developers have sought to meet the moment of COVID-19 by changing their overall tone and positioning on the App Store. Within store descriptions, images, and even update notes, companies have gone out of their way to insert supportive and encouraging messaging within their store profiles.

One example is Gumtree UK, the online classified advertisement website, which completely shifted its positioning focus to the community perspective of local second-hand shopping and its new delivery product feature. The app also highlighted the ability to get groceries delivered and chat with your neighbors, in order to make the best of living with awareness of COVID-19.

Highlighting contact-free experiences for essential services


In addition to acknowledging the uniqueness of our lives amid COVID-19, many apps have taken to highlighting minimal contact as a selling point for their services. According to research by ASO World, when social-distancing became the present need, companies increasingly changed their messaging and creatives to showcase their safety.

For example, food delivery and takeout service Doordash added “contactless delivery by default” messaging directly on its app’s store page. By also altering the first few seconds of its page video and third screenshot on the page, Doordash highlighted the safety measures Dashers would be taking to ensure food was delivered safely.

COVID-19 has not been ideal for food delivery apps, with minimal boosts in interest countered by closures of area restaurants for the sake of public health and safety, as well as the overall decline of food delivery for the sake of saving money. However, DoorDash in particular has seen a slight improvement: According to Sensor Tower Data, after three straight quarters of declining installs between Q2 and Q4 2019 in the United States, DoorDash saw record downloads in Q2 2020.

Where applicable, highlighting the safety and precautionary measures taken during COVID-19 is a great way to deliver peace of mind and convert interest to installs. Although needs may fluctuate in this ever-changing time, being open and transparent about public health is another great way to build lasting trust.

How can you stand out from the beneficial categories in the App Store?


In the US market, for example, gaming, video chat, online conferencing, online shopping, food delivery, social media and health care were the best performing verticals in the mobile app market during the epidemic, while travel, hotel and dating verticals showed the opposite results.

The sudden arrival of the pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to the entire mobile app industry and changed the marketing strategy for mobile apps. What should mobile marketers do?

Title, subtitle, and description


In the app store, the keyword search rules are mainly according to the app title, subtitle, keyword and developer name set in the app, according to the size of the match and the weight ratio for effective search display rules. In layman's terms, it is also known as hot word coverage. And their ranking rules are based on all the applications shown in the search rules, calculating the search volume, download volume, activation volume, short-term activity, comment count, etc. under a specific keyword, according to the effective ranking rules from the highest to the lowest, in order. The ranking rule is also a common optimization method nowadays, and is a rule that many platforms in the market are now utilizing for a long time.

So the mobile devices application market is under the influence of the current COVID-19, if your app wants to stand out from the current app market, you need to mention the relevant information in the description part. For example, after Uber Eats has developed contactless delivery, it is important to mention the details of contactless delivery in the description, because in the shadow of COVID-19, consumers will prefer to use a relatively safer delivery service, like the contactless delivery provided by Uber Eats, and this is especially important for consumers, so it is better to mention it in the description or subtitle.

Screen-shots and video


In the Apple App Store and in the Google Play Store, 100% of app store visitors will see your first impression screen frame (everything is on the front page). Most of these visitors will make a decision based on the creative material (screen-shots) they see there, and will only spend about 3-6 seconds looking at your first impression before removing or installing it from the page, or continuing their search before making a final decision.

In the App Store, the Gallery (screenshot list) takes up the most space on the page, making it one of the most impactful ads you can optimize. In fact, we found that a properly optimized screenshot can increase CVR by 28%. With Google's recent redesign of the Google Play Store, the Gallery is now at the top of the home page and more prominently displayed within the product details page that was previously placed at the top, but has been removed from this display. Therefore it is important to show the advantages of your app under the epidemic in screen-shots and videos, where users can spot the app's features most visually in the screenshot at first glance.

As regions around the world gradually emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, we can expect to see some fundamental changes in the mobile app industry. However, in any case, in an uncertain market, "agility" is especially important, and mobile app companies need to be ready to adapt to changes in the market.

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  • Violet Brooks
    What will be the social impacts of COVID-19? Reply
    • Tamara Reynolds

      @Violet Brooks We got started with the remote work, on-line classes, and virtual happy hours. That was week #1. How many more hours do we need to stare at our screen (computer and phone) for social interaction? The social impact is the loss of real-life connections. Reply

    • Tamara Reynolds

      @Violet Brooks The social impact of Covid-19 is that we need to find a happy medium between isolation and large crowds. I live in Virginia and here, there is a ban on gatherings of 10 or more people. Reply

  • Patti Mullins
    What are the problems you face as a mobile app developer to covid-19? Reply
    • Harold Bass

      @Patti Mullins The travel and retail industry was the most affected by COVID-19. The travel restrictions made by the government hit the travel & tourist industry badly. The social distancing norms made retail shopping impossible. Moreover, shopping malls were closed to avoid the coronavirus outbreak. Scenarios like these made the demand for the development of travel and retail applications diminish. Reply

  • Henrietta Adams
    How is on-demand mobile app development growing during COVID-19? Reply
    • Dwayne Henry

      @Henrietta Adams Mobile applications have become a critical channel for consumers and businesses during the health crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Reply

    • Dwayne Henry

      @Henrietta Adams Applications with greater demand The categories of applications that allow you to carry out essential tasks of the day from home are those that are experiencing the highest demand, namely: Reply

    • Dwayne Henry

      @Henrietta Adams 1. Games: Since its inception, gaming applications have been established as the favorites of consumers and in times of quarantine their use is increasing exponentially. In February alone, game downloads worldwide increased 39% in its different categories: casual, educational, simulation, action, strategy, role-playing and casino. Reply

    • Dwayne Henry

      @Henrietta Adams On the other hand, globally the average weekly time spent on applications and games on Android phones grew 20% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2020. Reply

    • Dwayne Henry

      @Henrietta Adams 2. Delivery: Faced with quarantine measures, businesses had to optimize their delivery systems. Those who already had delivery apps opted to enhance them, while the businesses that had not yet joined this vertical have decided that it is the best option to avoid losing customers and at the same time continue supplying, not only food but also items of first necessity, before the impediment of going out to the street. Reply

  • Terri Briggs
    What will impact the mobile prices of Covid-19? Reply
    • Angelo Ruiz

      @Terri Briggs There will be a huge Impact on mobile price. Due to coronavirus industries are going in loss. So to overcome their loss many workers will have to lose their jobs and the price of mobile will increase to overcome their loss. Reply

  • Vivian Carpenter
    What will be the social impacts of COVID-19? Reply
    • Angie Evans

      @Vivian Carpenter We got started with the remote work, on-line classes, and virtual happy hours. That was week #1. How many more hours do we need to stare at our screen (computer and phone) for social interaction? The social impact is the loss of real-life connections. Reply

    • Angie Evans

      @Vivian Carpenter The social impact of Covid-19 is that we need to find a happy medium between isolation and large crowds. I live in Virginia and here, there is a ban on gatherings of 10 or more people. Reply

  • Joanna Johnston
    How is COVID-19 impacting online education? Reply
    • Mitchell Lewis

      @Joanna Johnston The going definitely has become tougher for both students as well as teachers. Reply

    • Douglas Reeves

      @Joanna Johnston Students now have to take the onus of self-study as the regular motivation of the teacher might be missing. The teacher too might face problems due to technical glitches. Reply

    • Douglas Reeves

      @Joanna Johnston But in the end, if both cooperate with each other things can become smother. Reply

  • Susie Doyle
    How is on-demand mobile app development growing during COVID-19? Reply
    • Sheri Harrington

      @Susie Doyle Mobile applications have become a critical channel for consumers and businesses during the health crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Reply

    • Sheri Harrington

      @Susie Doyle The categories of applications that allow you to carry out essential tasks of the day from home are those that are experiencing the highest demand, namely: Reply

    • Sheri Harrington

      @Susie Doyle 1. Games : Since its inception, gaming applications have been established as the favorites of consumers and in times of quarantine their use is increasing exponentially. In February alone, game downloads worldwide increased 39% in its different categories: casual, educational, simulation, action, strategy, role-playing and casino. Reply

    • Sheri Harrington

      @Susie Doyle On the other hand, globally the average weekly time spent on applications and games on Android phones grew 20% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2020. Reply

    • Sheri Harrington

      @Susie Doyle 2. Delivery: Faced with quarantine measures, businesses had to optimize their delivery systems. Those who already had delivery apps opted to enhance them, while the businesses that had not yet joined this vertical have decided that it is the best option to avoid losing customers and at the same time continue supplying, not only food but also items of first necessity, before the impediment of going out to the street. Reply

  • Cecilia Carter
    How is COVID-19 impacting online education? Reply
    • Kurt Taylor

      @Cecilia Carter The coronavirus pandemic has not only affected the way we live but has also affected the way we study and develop ourselves. Almost all the schools and colleges across the globe have moved to online education to ensure course curricula keep moving even as students sit at home waiting for things to get normal. Reply

    • Kurt Taylor

      @Cecilia Carter A few months back, online education was considered not as effective as the traditional methods of teaching in many parts of the country, but ever since the advent of COVID-19, things have changed. It can also be said that it is the only means left to impart education since everyone has to maintain social distancing to stay safe and infection-free. Reply

  • Abel Sharp
    What are the problems you face as a mobile app development company due to COVID-19? Reply
    • Owen Morgan

      @Abel Sharp The travel and retail industry were the most affected by COVID-19. The travel restrictions made by the government hit the travel & tourist industry badly. The social distancing norms made retail shopping impossible. Moreover, shopping malls were closed to avoid the coronavirus outbreak. Scenarios like these made the demand for the development of travel and retail applications diminish. Reply

    • Owen Morgan

      @Abel Sharp Mobile app development companies whose core focus was on travel and retail app development would have got a severe hit on the number of development. Reply

    • Owen Morgan

      @Abel Sharp Mobile app development companies whose core focus was on travel and retail app development would have got a severe hit on the number of development. Reply

  • Dewey Moran
    What are the problems you face as a mobile app development company due to COVID-19? Reply
    • Jesse Cobb

      @Dewey Moran Mobile app development is one of the few industries that were staying afloat despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, the mobile app development industry has also saved many other sectors that were drowning in losses with the help of mobile business applications. Reply

    • Jesse Cobb

      @Dewey Moran Companies that develop mobile apps were highly on-demand; however, there were a few instances where mobile app development companies took a tool, but the recovery was soon evident. Reply

  • Joseph Cruz
    How will coronavirus pandemic impact the mobile marketing development? Reply
    • Brandi Rodgers

      @Joseph Cruz First of all, a lockdown deeply changed consumer behavior. Trapped at home, people had to find new ways to communicate, work, and have fun. Reply

    • Brandi Rodgers

      @Joseph Cruz Social media apps are on a new wave of growth. The mobile game industry is booming. Health & Fitness, Education, and Business apps also have a significant increase in traffic. Reply

    • Brandi Rodgers

      @Joseph Cruz Between February and March, non-organic installs remained the same. However, organic installs grew by nearly 15%. Reply

  • Max Weaver
    How will Covid-19 impact the mobile app development space? Reply
    • Camille Pena

      @Max Weaver In the first quarter of 2020, weekly time spent in apps grew by 20%, and users downloaded 31 billion new apps. Apps experienced a sharp increase in daily active users, downloads, the number of available impressions. Reply

  • Inez Anderson
    What effect does the COVID-19 pandemic have on people's personal lives? Reply
    • Kristy Robinson

      @Inez Anderson In addition to other everyday steps to prevent COVID-19, physical or social distancing is one of the best tools we have to avoid being exposed to this virus and slow its spread. However, having to physically distance from someone you love—like friends, family, coworkers, or your worship community—can be hard. It may also cause change in plans—for instance, having to do virtual job interviews, dates, or campus tours. Reply

    • Kristy Robinson

      @Inez Anderson Young adults may also struggle adapting to new social routines—from choosing to skip in person gatherings, to consistently wearing masks in public. It is important to support young adults in taking personal responsibility to protect themselves and their loved ones. Reply

  • Darrell Turner
    How can mobile app development companies help in the war against the Corona virus outbreak? Reply
    • Alex Munoz

      @Darrell Turner One solution is to build a mobile application to make people aware and to engage people in several activities that is needed at a very basic level. Ofcourse these apps won’t stop spreading corona virus, but these apps can help people to actively participate in handling such situations. Reply

    • Alex Munoz

      @Darrell Turner Counselling Apps: People need counselling and guidance in such panic situations as half knowledge can be hazardous. Several on demand counselling apps are developed by Biz4solutions that can give proper guidance to people to manage their stress and fear. Reply

    • Alex Munoz

      @Darrell Turner Social Awareness Apps: Everyone is working remotely living inside their home. So social media apps are helping these people to connect with their offices remotely to complete their office task. Or they can talk to their relatives to get out of this stress situation. Some social awareness apps are also providing information on essential things of daily life like groceries, medicines etc, with just a click away. Reply

  • Regina Lawrence
    How has the coronavirus affected the mobile app market? Reply
    • Edward Henderson

      @Regina Lawrence COVID-19 has caused a change in user behavior as the demand for apps that will allow employees to work from home increased with quarantines and sheltering in place. We have seen this demand start to decrease over the last couple of months, as more and more users are adjusting to their new working conditions. From the data, the millions of data points that Gummicube has gathered with their technology, I have been able to see this first hand. The Corona Virus has had a large impact on the mobile app market, impacting daily install volume and category ranking as the global pandemic spread. We have seen different countries impacted at different times, depending on when that country needed to Shelter In Place or went into a lockdown. This Shelter In Place or lockdown created a market demand for various apps, as the global population had to adjust to these new working and living conditions. Reply

    • Bertha Stewart

      @Regina Lawrence Across the globe, we have seen top apps in some of the store’s largest categories like the Gaming, Social, Business, Entertainment, and Productivity categories have drastic shifts in daily install volume and category rankings as user demand shifted over the course of a couple weeks. Depending on where an app gets a majority of their users from, we have seen this change occur as early as Jan (Asia and Eastern Europe) to mid-March (Western Europe and the Americas). Most apps that were dramatically impacted are seeing their trends stabilize after ~1-2 months. However, ride sharing, meetup and other apps that break the social distancing rules are still awaiting a return back to normal levels (this depends on how strict a country’s quarantine rules are). Reply

    • Bertha Stewart

      @Regina Lawrence As COVID-19 begins to pass, users are adjusting to their new working conditions and quarantines are lifted, causing impacted apps to return to normal levels. Trends independent from COVID-19 are beginning to emerge. However, we would not expect a complete return to normal, until daily life is completely returned to normal. Reply

  • Willie Lawrence
    How was the app opens rate in pandemic? Reply
    • Kevin Chambers

      @Willie Lawrence The data from 744 million mobile app users around the world indicates several key trends when comparing year-over-year changes in February 2020 to the pandemic period (March-June). Notably, 11 of the 12 verticals studied saw a decline in average app opens between February 2019 and February 2020, but post-pandemic a similar 10 in 12 verticals saw a significant increase in app opens. Business apps, which suffered the largest decline in opens y-o-y in February (48.2%), saw a huge turnaround during the March-June period, increasing by 26% year-over-year during these months. Other verticals with similar rebounds include Media, Entertainment, and Retail. Reply

    • Kevin Chambers

      @Willie Lawrence Conversely, despite being the only vertical to experience an increase in app opens y-o-y in February (18.7%), Travel & Transportation apps have understandably taken a hit during the pandemic and have since seen a decline in opens of 23%. Regionally, average app open trends differ slightly between subregions, with Eastern Asia seeing the biggest y-o-y decline in app opens in February 2020 (-48.9%), while Eastern Europe saw the largest increase in this metric (39.4%). Reply

  • Laurence Bowers
    What can we expect for the future of office work? Reply
    • Laurence Bowers

      @Laurence Bowers The coronavirus pandemic has started a debate as to whether our office culture is still necessary. The notion of putting 7,000 people in a building may be a thing of the past. Whether this is true or not, workplace apps will continue to find new ways to optimize workflows and make it easier for people to work remotely and safer to work within the same space as others. Reply

  • Neil Swanson
    How has office work been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic? Reply
    • Jessie Walton

      @Neil Swanson How a workplace has been affected by COVID-19 depends on regional regulations and the type of work. However, office-based workers have faced similar challenges around the world. While many people still have no option but to work from home, others can access their offices with restrictions. According to USA Today, “When employees do start to return to the office – and those dates keep getting pushed further and further back for many organizations – some companies plan to implement rotating schedules to reduce the number of people in a given space.” This also makes it harder to maintain company culture and support employee communities Reply

    • Jessie Walton

      @Neil Swanson Workplace apps can be used to facilitate the practical side of an employee's tasks and ensure that their personal needs are met. For example, it is crucial for new employees to feel welcomed into their new role despite the difficult task of online onboarding. These unprecedented scenarios have made communication and productivity apps essential to a workforce’s operations. Here are four ways in which companies are successfully operating throughout the pandemic with workplace apps. Reply

  • Wallace Mcbride
    How does the government handle the pandemic crisis for the advertising? Reply
    • Betsy Mason

      @Wallace Mcbride There is a deviation to the principle that companies cut advertising budgets during a recession. In many countries, governments have emerged as advertising buyers to promote public health messages or support journalism. Reply

  • Bradley Cole
    how COVID-19 is affecting the advertising industry? Reply
    • Shawna Holmes

      @Bradley Cole The coronavirus pandemic has caused a considerable drop in advertising spending. Ad spends are down 9% on average across Europe, with Germany and France falling by 7% and 12% respectively. Three of this years quarters are expected to have a greater impact that the financial crisis in 2008. Reply

  • Tommie Powers
    How does the government handle the pandemic crisis for the advertising? Reply
    • Sean Miller

      @Tommie Powers There is a deviation to the principle that companies cut advertising budgets during a recession. In many countries, governments have emerged as advertising buyers to promote public health messages or support journalism. Reply

  • Juan Palmer
    how COVID-19 is affecting the advertising industry? Reply
    • Carrie Tate

      @Juan Palmer The coronavirus pandemic has caused a considerable drop in advertising spending. Ad spends are down 9% on average across Europe, with Germany and France falling by 7% and 12% respectively. Three of this years quarters are expected to have a greater impact that the financial crisis in 2008. Reply

  • Sophie Phillips
    How Marketers Can Keep Mobile Users Engaged During COVID Reply
    • Rufus Cobb

      @Sophie Phillips As the COVID-19 crisis continues to keep many quarantined, effective mobile advertising becomes crucial. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenging time for all industries, but for mobile marketers, the circumstances have proven to be somewhat favorable with more consumers on their phones and engaging with media than ever before. U.S. consumers in areas under lockdown were spending more time on their phones and just over half of consumers increased spending in some way. Reply

  • Tami Lindsey
    What's the influence of COVID-19 on those popular apps? Reply
    • Jose Jordan

      @Tami Lindsey The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the most popular apps of this year. But, marketing hasn’t stopped, and if you want to continue your mobile marketing campaigns, it's important to understand which apps are dominating the market. In order to optimize campaigns, it is essential to know how our target audience's online behavior is and which are the best channels to connect with them. Reply

  • Amy Wilkerson
    What mobile app can be popular during the COVID-19 pandemic? Reply
    • Renee May

      @Amy Wilkerson Ecommerce Apps, Dieting Applications, Mental Health Apps, Gaming Applications, Healthcare Apps Reply

  • Beverly Ingram
    What's the influence of COVID-19 on those popular apps? Reply
    • Domingo Schultz

      @Beverly Ingram The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the most popular apps of this year. But, marketing hasn’t stopped, and if you want to continue your mobile marketing campaigns, it's important to understand which apps are dominating the market. In order to optimize campaigns, it is essential to know how our target audience's online behavior is and which are the best channels to connect with them. Reply

  • Rogelio Wheeler
    What types of apps can thrive in this pandemic? Reply
    • Rachel Sanders

      @Rogelio Wheeler It is the perfect time to exploit the situation and turn it in your favor in current facts and situation of the industry. If you analyze the current situation, the storm is unsteady and the crowd is moving with it. If you decide to start your startup during COVID, you will learn to move ahead or the opposite of the crowd. The COVID pandemic outbreak has hit the planet out of the blue. The surprise demands more reactions after the first expression of shock! The other reaction needs to be smart, prompt, and long-lasting. Contactless deliveries by eCommerce stores like Amazon are one smart solution amidst this pandemic. Entrepreneurs are full of out-of-the-box ideas. Situations like these demand unconventional solutions. This is why we are sharing some uncommon and smart mobile app ideas for startups during the pandemic. You can choose among them to experience a quick and sorted growth in post-COVID times. Reply

  • Byron Hodges
    How does mobile app development ideas during Covid-19 pandemic? Reply
    • Willis Harrington

      @Byron Hodges Mobile App Development companies can look into various opportunities and can deliver the best results to their customers or users even during the current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic. An application is easier to use and much better than a website. Reply

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