App Case Studies

This series of posts features app case studies of existing apps, demonstrating how to create an app. It looks at a mix of different types of apps, both in terms of app store category and popularity and success. We hope you find this series of app case studies useful. If you’d like to read more app case studies and learn more about the mobile shift, then you should invest in AppInstruct’s Course to gain access to more in depth versions of these app case studies, the key lessons to take from them and numerous other knowledge and skills that will help you create an app business.

How to make a game like Flappy Bird »

Flappy Bird is the retro designed game that has given every independent developer hope at the start of 2014, by racing to the top of the App Store and Google Play charts.  The app has demonstrated that with a solid amount of good luck, the top of the charts remain in reach of all those brave enough to fail. Read more…

How to make an app like Kik »

At its core, the smartphone remains a device for humans to communicate with each other, which doubtless explains the plethora of messaging apps on the market.  It also explains, why despite the competition (some of which comes from Apple – iMessage, and Google – Hangouts, Google Now, themselves) these apps have enjoyed success.  A few weeks ago, we took a look at Whatsapp,  so this week we’ll turn our attention to Kik. Read more…