The Best Offline App in 2021

Let's just put this out there: If you're looking for a great app that works offline, The New York Times app is the best choice. We’ve tested the product in offline and online mode and want to summarize WHY the app gives you one of the best offline experiences in the following: Give Offline Functionality as an Option It stands…

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How Evernote designs its fantastic Onboarding Flow

During the last weeks I’ve published different articles about what onboarding is, how you can design it and why you should think user-centric. Now I want to take a closer look at the successfully designed onboarding flow of Evernote. Evernote uses a combination of all three types of onboarding I’ve explained in the article “How not to lose users during…

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Top 8 Android Analytics Tools 2021

The Android app market is highly competitive. To position oneself well and gain a competitive edge, android app analytics solutions are essential. They provide insights into the users’ behavior, uncover weaknesses and allow you to deliver the best user experience. The general trend: Competition has increased in the last few years (Source: Statista) In one of our previous articles, we’ve…

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User Recordings: The Full Guide

Let's be honest. Here's the truth about working in product UX/UI:"Because every person knows what he likes, every person thinks he is an expert on user interfaces." - Paul Heckel But that's not how it works. Diving deep in the user's mind and figuring out the optimal user flow is not an easy task. That's why User Recordings have become…

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How not to lose users during app onboarding

According to Harvard Researcher Amy Cuddy, trust is the most important when making a first impression.  Consider this when you design onboarding. Your users have very limited storage space on their smartphones. If your app manages to stay on it: Congratulations, you became part of their life. If your app makes a bad first impression --> it's gone in seconds.…

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