How Much Does it Cost to Build an App? (From Scratch)

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    A business app requires in-depth research, an attractive layout & design with scalable features in order to become a big hit in the market. The average cost to build an app thus depends on the features of the app, resources, and the hourly rate of the app developers.

    Most Mobile app developers charge on an hourly basis. The pricing varies from region to region. Here we have listed the country-wise Mobile App Development costs:

    US and Canada– $50 to $200 Per Hour=

    Australia– $50 to $150 Per Hour

    Western Europe And The UK– $50 To $160 Per Hour

    Eastern Europe– $35 To $150 Per Hour

    India– $10 to $80 Per Hour

    In 2021, the number of mobile users worldwide stood at 7.1 billion, with forecasts suggesting this is likely to rise to 7.26 billion by 2022. In 2025, the number of mobile users worldwide is projected to reach 7.49 billion.

    The above research was conducted by Statista.

    With the rising use of smartphones and mobile apps in the world today, businesses are increasingly looking to make use of this growth-oriented platform. Mobile apps are seen growing at a faster pace so is the demand for mobile app development services.

    This post enlists what it takes to build a successful mobile app, what features are included, and the overall cost estimation for the same. Read More ….


    Why creating one more useless app? There are 2.2 millions of them already in AppStore! Think of something else, I really recommend you that.

    Quincy McDermot

    Although it is not easy to be noticed among 2.2 million competitors, there is good news in it too. First of all, I would not compare yourself with all the competitors. Try to read and see what apps are the most profitable. That is, the most expensive. And try to create something similar.

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