Q. How long does it take to develop an app?

How long does it take to develop an app?

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Aug, 2022

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  • aishleysmith1

    With the growing demand for healthcare services, it is quite imperative that many healthcare app development company will thrive globally. These healthcare consulting companies are now helping patients connect with the best medical services available in their country.


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  • samanderson

    Paradoxical as it may sound, but creating a precise app development timeline demands time and, more importantly, experience. I’ve been working at Uptech for 3 years and made tons of time estimations for both early-stage startups and established companies over this time. And I know for sure how important the app development timeline is to meet investors’ requirements and product deadlines.
    Generally, the average time to develop an app varies from 3 months to launch an MVP and up to 9 months to scale it to a big product.

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