A web app is a software program that performs a function or set of functions for a client, all exclusively through an internet web browser.
It is the most common software concept and the starting point for nearly every modern software solution. The majority of leading web apps have responsive design.
Technology users are now more likely to be accessing and using your app on a tablet or smartphone than compared to a laptop or PC, therefore responsive design is a requisite to building a multi-device web app.
Web apps are becoming increasingly common in everyday computing, with well-known apps such as Twitter, Gmail, LinkedIn, Slack, Trello and Google Docs among the best examples. Most online stores with a payment system are web apps for the purpose of selling goods and services over the internet.
How much does it cost to develop a web app?
There are many factors that can influence the cost of an app. Apps vary in the level of complexity and so will require different levels of development costs. Other costs such as maintenance, feature improvements and marketing should also be considered when budgeting for app development.
To use an example, if an app is to be a business generator in itself, the marketing costs will almost always considerably outweigh any development costs.
Another cost factor to consider when developing an app is to know what devices you are targeting. Are you focussing on iOS and Android users or just one of those platforms?
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