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Health iPhone App Development

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

iPhone app development has transitioned from simple information imparting applications to much more complex systems. There are lot of examples available in the market that use frameworks, tricks and tips provided by Indigo.

iPhone application development programming tools and practices works as a treasure trove for any iPhone developer. Making money with any of them initially might take time and effort but if the product becomes successful and gets top ranking in the app stores, it becomes worthwhile to do experiments.

For health iPhone App Development, the business models are taking out new ways to impress clientele. Within the mobile health application category revenue isn’t generated through the traditional app stores. Therefore more and more Health app publishers have started to adapt their business models accordingly. These have turned away from the standard pay-per-download paradigms to modern practices such as taking a fee for any kind of medical service (like call a doctor) or more sophisticated sensor based models.

During the last few months, sensor based business models have particularly caught the attention of iPhone health app publishers. This business model doesn’t sell an application directly but uses it to promote sale of sensors. All the revenue generated through this goes outside the application store.

Following are some examples that highlight this trend:
Indigo Ideas is a London-based app development company specializing in the web and mobile industry. The company’s service offerings include website designing, online marketing, comprehensive market studies, as well as bespoke consultancy.

_______________________________________________________ About the Author: You can find more about Nitima's work from her website WRITING ROUTES Nitima also maintains a blog - Offbeat Spirituality which gets around 2500 hits every day.


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