App Launch Checklist

Planning tool for launching your app successfully

#5 Product of the WeekOctober 26, 2016



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Mada Seghete
@mada299 · Founder, Branch Metrics
Hi everyone! When launching our first app, Kindred my co-founders and I discovered that growth was difficult, despite being featured in the App/Play Store. Sure, there was an initial surge, but how could we sustain and improve growth? We built this tool from our learnings and the learnings from our customers and we hope you find it helpful whether you are thinking of launching your first app, or trying to understand what you could have done better in your last launch.
Mat Silva@matsilva · Cofounder & creator of
@mada299 Pretty comprehensive. Good take aways for web apps as well ;)
Paul de Fombelle@paulodef · sows Mailify, reaps email marketers
@matsilva @mada299 indeed. Although it we be great - and fast - to have it adapted for other kind of projects: web apps, plugins, desktop apps, etc.
David RyanHiring@davedri · Founded Corilla. Red Hat & NUMA alumnus.
@mada299 I love first that you compiled this so neatly, and second that you shared it. Lovely work.
Ophir Prusak@prutwo · VP Marketing |
This is an awesome checklist! I'd recommend adding in the tech-prep a section "Add the ability to update your app on the fly". I just happened to write up such a list myself:
Cyris@cyrisxd · Developer
Awesome, soon will be launching my app and this is really helpful. Thank you.
Mada Seghete@mada_seghete
@cyrisxd Thank you for checking it out Cyris
Kaushal Vyas@kaushalvyas010 · Product Manager; Entrepreneur
This is super, especially for budding app entrepreneurs such as myself. Thanks so much for this, Branch!
Mada Seghete@mada_seghete
@kaushalvyas010 Awesome!!!
Kaushal Vyas@kaushalvyas010 · Product Manager; Entrepreneur
@mada_seghete Tiny bug: Tech Prep > Using latest iOS and Android features - The links for iOS and Android are swapped.
Hugo Fauquenoi@hfauq · Helping users grow @twistappteam
Great stuff! Could definitely see this as a Todoist template