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Megan HolsteiniPhone App Design for Entrepreneurshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4285-8_6

6. Planning Your App

Megan Holstein1 
Dublin, OH, USA

Hopefully the last section in this book gave you a solid idea of what you want your app to be. Not only do you have a core mission for your app that is aligned with what users want, you have identified the problems they experience in their lives.

This means that you’ve defined all of the benefits that the users need, but not the features that those translate into. Benefits are what they need to achieve; features are how you get there. In tech jargon, this is known as a use case. Provide examples of a use case.

As you translate the idea and use cases you’ve defined into your final ...

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