Like so many before you, you have a great app idea burring in your brain, and you have no idea how to bring it and all of its profit potential to fruition. And like those who have paved the way for app entrepreneurs, you need to learn the ropes.
A good User Interface should be explicit and shouldn’t have misleading texts or icons. The user should be able to use your app without seeing a 10min tutorial. In my opinion, if your application starts with a tutorial, you probably have a bad design. Most users will decide wether they like your app or not based on their first experience; if they don’t understand how it works or if it is bad-looking, they will probably never use it again and will download another one.
Dropbox is a good example, in each of their update, they provide a quick list of what’s new and let the user know that they are open to feedbacks.
Bear, a markdown application, is going one step further while specifying directly their Email, subreddit, Twitter handles and Facebook Page.
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