There are over 3 million apps on Google Play. New ideas and projects are born every day. Companies all over the world look for ways to maximize profits with mobile apps. Today, we want to show you a couple of app ideas for different business types. Who knows, maybe one of these apps will turn out to be successful in the near future?
Mobile applications offer an extensive spectrum of possibilities and features. Thanks to modern advanced technologies like VR, AR, and AI, almost anything is possible. And today, apps are far more than just fun games to pass the time on the bus. They are used to:
- Improve the way we work
- Educate users
- Give them handy tools
- Help them organize life (work, budget, habits, etc.)
Still, a lot of great ideas are still out there, and today, we want to show you a few of them.
Companies more and more willingly develop apps. Simply because they allow them to increase UX, grow sales, and reach diverse marketing and sales-related goals.
The very first idea that comes to mind is a doctor-on-demand service. Imagine that you don’t have to call anywhere to order medical appointment. You simply turn on your app, choose the closest time and date, and when it comes, you can talk to your doctor via the very same app. Wouldn’t that be excellent facilitation when you’re sick and don’t have time to wait in line? That’s just one of many ideas. If you’re interested in healthcare apps, see 4 ideas for healthcare apps the world still needs. Some of them are really ground-breaking!
Amazon has recently started their Amazon Go stores, where all you need is just a phone with an Amazon app, and you’re good to go. You can walk inside, do your shopping, and leave. Intelligent cameras and sensors scan your cart and automatically charge your Amazon account as you leave the store. A similar idea could be implemented in almost every brick-and-mortar store, making shopping so much quicker and effective.
And here’s another idea–a virtual shopping assistant. Imagine you can walk into the store with such an app installed on your smartphone. After scanning the bar code, you get all the information you need concerning price, material, size, and other relevant information. You don’t have to wait until the human assistant checks if they have your size or not.
Yes, we admit, we have Google Translate and Google Lens. However, there is still enough room to make an advanced voice translation app (amazingly useful during a holiday!) or image translation. When fueled with AI algorithms, these applications could be very helpful when you visit or move to another country. Corporations could make good use of it as well, given that a lot of them work in an international environment.
Today, many corporations use diverse social media accounts–Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook. Publishing posts via all these platforms takes time and requires logging in and logging out. Now, imagine a simple desktop or mobile app that allows you to publish all posts at once. Everything you need to do is to input the content intended for the specific platform, and you’re done. Simple as that. Such an app would need just integration with your social media accounts to work without any delays.
Of course, there are many more ideas out there, and we bet we’ll see some great app solutions in the coming months.