Baidu Map is a free service offered by Baidu that makes it easier for potential customers to find your company. The keywords “local search” or “regional search” describe the usefulness of this service quite well. Compared to general Baidu search, Baidu Map is specifically intended for local searches. You have the option of entering the address, business hours, description and photos of your company. If a user from your region is now looking for services or products that your company offers, your company will, in the best case, appear with all the information and even with a map view. It can also be used to navigate different terrains and areas from any part of the world.
The real idea behind Baidu Search is that there are also special search engines for special topics (e.g., for images, news, videos, blogs, etc.). These search engines, which include Baidu Map for local searches, are called vertical search engines. The local search results from Baidu Map are also displayed in the general Baidu search. These results appear above the general search results and, also because of the map display, usually attract more attention than these. A Baidu Map entry not only offers the possibility to provide more information about your own company, but also helps to get one or the other additional click.
This is usually the first question that the developers ask the clients before the creation of mobile app. This allows them to begin to identify the project and then ask the right questions. It is difficult for a mobile application developer to ask the right questions when the project direction remains too vague. Vague answers unfortunately lead to vague questions and vague prices.
The marketplace is aptly named since it is deals with connecting audiences in a mobile application. The mobile application plays the role of intermediary.
Launching a mobile application in the e-commerce sector seems mandatory when your e-commerce website is profitable and your statistics on google analytics indicate a strong mobile audience. It is therefore time to find out about the cost of creating and developing your mobile application to build customer loyalty and to support the growth of your digital activity. The price of the mobile application is a calculation between the forecast turnover and the expected return on investment.
The most popular mobile applications are social media type mobile applications. The very essence of their concepts is to promote the social bond between individuals. Share your adventures, emotions, meet, and discuss. Many concepts have been tested and some have survived to become digital giants. In recent years, very few new players have succeeded in a sector with enormous dominance.
Utility-type mobile applications are mobile applications that still have a bright future because they cover as many uses as businesses, niches, existing micro markets. These are applications that are an extension of existing services that attempt to migrate from their older state to a digital state. The term digital transformation finds all its meaning here.
Programming a mobile application in the native language of the operating system, such as Swift for iPhone and Java/Kotlin for Android, requires developing and maintaining two mobile applications for your project. This is a reflection and not the least to have because it greatly influences the price of the mobile application.
Overtime, the technologies around the hybrid development of mobile applications have evolved from embryonic status to adulthood with performances to make a native developer pale. Some examples of hybrid mobile application development languages are React and Ionic. Some industry giants such as Facebook, Airbnb and other mobile applications are developed with this type of programming language. The hybrid solution remains a solution with a very interesting quality-price ratio.
Long used as a stopgap for full native applications, mobile applications that host a WebView are useful for quickly and unconstrained project development on mobile application stores.
Depending on the type of mobile application, the project requires the integration of different features. Depending on the popularity and inventiveness of the features, the time spent by the developer will be proportional to the price of the mobile application.
This functionality is one of the basics of the mobile application since the user must be registered to access the online service.
This is the logical continuation of registration, all the more so in a post-GDPR era (general data protection regulation).
The smartphone being by definition an augmented mobile device, many services require the user's location.
The discussion between users is a feature present in a lot of projects.
Payment is at the heart of the economic model of the mobile application. Depending on the type of activity, several payment methods are possible and compliant, ranging from the native payment system managed by Google and Apple to alternative payment solutions.
Hyperlink InfoSystem can assist you with the development of an app similar to Baidu. The development cost is around $20,000.
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