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Getting the next million restaurants onboard AppStore & Google Play

May 7, 2020 9:00:00 AM

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The last decade has seen an explosion in the number of websites and the next decade is going to be all mobile apps.


Just like everyone has a website today, sooner or later everyone will want to be on the Appstore and Google Play. The reason all businesses can have a website is because the Internet is unmoderated, meaning no one really determines if you could have your website and no one does quality control.



This fact means that you get to decide what you want to put up on the internet and it also means anybody with any level of development skills could put up a website and you'll just be fine.



Ideally the exact same growth that websites had should happen in the mobile apps as well, and we have already seen a huge inflow in the number of mobile apps offerings in the market, ranging from drag and drop app builders to custom software development houses.



But unlike the internet where there is no policing, AppStore is heavily moderated. So if you think about the next million businesses that are waiting to get on mobile, the picture is not all that rosy because of the huge barrier of entry into the AppStore.



Until last year it was easy to deploy an app on the app store, but it'll change when Apple changed their review guidelines to force every individual business to have their own developer account in order to deploy their app.



What does this mean for your business? It is both good news and bad news.



The bad news is that mobile app development will not be as cheap as it used to be and only quality developers can really create an app for you and get it live on the app store. On the flipside, Restoplus has cracked the review guidelines and we have got a comprehensive set of steps to follow to help you navigate through setting up your Apple developer account and also deploy your app on the app store.



We are also doing it at a price that is extremely affordable to small businesses and of course as always we don't charge commissions, for more information on pricing please check out our pricing page.



Restoplus creates iOS and Android apps in your restaurant's name, with the quality that's in par with the big guys like McDonald's & KFC. So checkout our website for more information about getting a mobile app for your restaurant and provide your customers with a great ordering experience, all the while building your brand and your customer database.



Take your first step toward eradicating commissions. Talk to our friendly staff by clicking on the chat icon below about the strategies you could use to convert your regulars to your mobile app. 



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Nish Sowdri
Written by Nish Sowdri

As the founder and CTO of Restoplus our objective is to make mobile apps affordable for restaurant owners

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