1. Planning

An experienced mobile app developer takes time to learn about your company to respond to your requirements efficiently and provide detailed suggestions for your project.

    1. Analysis and Design

At this stage, UX experts work on the prototype for your app to provide you with the exact idea of how your product will look and feel.

    1. Client-Vendor Communication

It’s crucial to stay in contact with your developer, as your feedback directly affects your product’s final version and functionality.

    1. Development

All previous feedback, requirements analysis, and prototyping are followed by the actual development stage – the most important and time-consuming part.

This phase is as important as the product’s development process because there’s always room for improvement, and even reliable solutions have bugs affecting their overall functionality.

    1. Launch

The exciting moment of your product’s launch should have professional assistance. Make sure the chosen company provides continuing support and maintenance.

Monetizing a Mobile Application

Successful monetization is the ultimate goal of any business project. The objective is clear if you create an online shop. Luckily, there are many ways to make your non-e-commerce mobile app generate profit as well – paid functions, subscriptions, advertising, and integration with third-party services. Here are some most common monetization techniques.

In-App Advertising

75% of non-game applications use this model. User behavior data drives advertising banners, videos, or native ads. It’s easy to implement and doesn’t take long to bring profit. Besides, native banners complement the app’s interface – such advertisement looks natural, improves user experience, and annoys users less.


The combination of free and premium models is another popular approach. Here, you provide your users with some basic free feature sets and offer extra, more advanced features for a fee. Freemium, unlike aggressive promotion of paid applications, forms a positive brand image. People who tried the service before the purchase are more likely to become loyal users.

Rewarded Video

Users can opt to watch a short ad video to get a reward. It can be a special reward in a game app or, for example, 30 minutes of ad-free music on Spotify. This method is effective for a mobile app focusing on subscriptions and internal purchases, as it increases the purchase probability.

You don’t have to focus on only one technique – they can be successfully combined. However, finding what works for your product best often requires time and patience. Some monetization models become profitable immediately after integration, while others take time and adjustments.


Whether it’s an internal system for your employees or software to reach out to more customers – creating a mobile app for your company can become one of the vital strategic decisions for your business. As the mobile development market is overwhelmed with offers, finding a long-term tech partner for your bold projects can be challenging.

Develux expert team specializing in mobile application development helps companies from retail, healthcare, education, fintech, and logistics bring their enterprises to a new level. Including mobile development in our client’s business strategies allows them to reach more people, win loyal customers, and implement their innovative ideas.

Mobile app development from trusted, experienced professionals is your conscious choice if your company needs to use data analysis to optimize all business processes, improve the user experience for your customers, and ensure smooth communication inside your teams and departments.