A large number of businesses across industry domains have understood the reality and thus, their next business move is to have a mobile application solution for the business to business (B2B) or business to customer (B2C) products and solutions they are promoting across the sphere. No business industry, be it healthcare, education, food and restaurant, hospitality, media & entertainment, or banking & finance is excluded from this changing panorama.
1. Average time to render screen: Observe the required time your app screen takes to fetch the information, content, images, videos, and animations on the mobile screen. It is essential to analyze the performance of your mobile app. Improper screen dimensions, unscaled images, inconsistent font sizes, and excessive blocking scripts are some crucial factors that adversely impact on screen rendering. You should take care of these factors effectively to provide an incredible experience to your valued customers.
2. Resource consumption rates: With the every passing day, the mobile storage capacity is increasing. However, mobile device storage capacities can't be compared to desktop PCs or laptop storage capacity. Therefore, the developed mobile app should be designed in a manner that it does not use a huge storage part of the memory. Memory Consumption, Processor Consumption, Data Consumption and Battery Consumption are some mobile app resources you should monitor professionally. Additionally, it is advised that the developed mobile app creates minimum TCP connections for multiple requests in order to adequate resource management.
3. App crash rates: It refers the shutting down of your mobile app unexpectedly. It is never acceptable for mobile users and obviously reduces your mobile app performance as well as usage significantly. To provide a seamless experience, you should analyze all the reasons of mobile app crash scenarios on various devices and operating systems.
4. App latency: An app uses 3rd party API services in order to perform a variety of functions. API latency measures the delay between an action and a response. Normally, an API takes 1 second for every response. But, for simultaneous requests, the response time can get increased and ultimately harm the performance of your mobile app.
5. App speed:
One of the top most concerns that you can't ignore is the speed of your mobile application. If your existing users find that your launched mobile app is working slowly, they would uninstall your mobile app quickly.
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