Mobile App Agency Release Guide On Fast-Food Apps

Glance Creative Ltd released a how to guide on "How a Fast-Food Business can Utilise On-Demand Apps" the full guide can be found on https://thisisglance.com/how-a-fast-food-business-can-utilise-on-demand-apps/

London, United Kingdom - August 10, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Mobile app development company in London, Glance Creative Ltd recently released a how to guide on how a fast-food business can utilise on-demand apps. This guide was created to help all restaurants and food-based businesses to figure out what features are necessary to make their business more efficient and enjoyable.

About Glance Creative

Glance’s London based mobile app development team have been crafting unique iPhone/iOS and Android applications for the world’s biggest brands and brightest startups for over 7 years. In that time the mobile app agency in London has worked with the likes of Canon, CHANEL, The Times, The Ministry of Defence, Lucozade, CMC Markets and Universal Music as well as small startups and individuals across all manner of market sectors. One thing that is clear, regardless of industry or client, is the need for an app development company with a proven delivery process which takes an idea from initial seed to delivered product in a simple, easy-to-understand and effective way, which is exactly what Glance do.

More information on the company can be found on their website at http://www.thisisglance.com/

Their how-to guide covers important information on the following:

– Design Clear, Simple Menus – How to ensure apps are designed to be read and digested easily on a mobile device. The most important element for any app is its UI/UX design, and that’s no different when it comes to on-demand ordering apps.

– Gamification – How to use gamification to ensure user retention. People love to be rewarded for participating in certain activities. For example, a fast-food business’ app could reward users who choose to share and promote the business on their personal social media accounts.

– Loyalty Rewards – How to use loyalty rewards as a hook and a marketing tactic to encourage users to come back and use the app again and again.

and more…

You can read the full how to guide over at: https://thisisglance.com/how-a-fast-food-business-can-utilise-on-demand-apps/

Business contact information can be found below:

Glance Creative Ltd

Unit 302, Cannon Wharf Business Centre, Pell Street,London,SE8 5EN

0203 811 0484

Contact Info:
Name: Simon Lee
Email: enquiries@thisisglance.com
Organization: Glance Creative Ltd
Address: Unit 302, Cannon Wharf Business Centre Pell Street, London SE8 5EN, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit http://thisisglance.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 392125

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