#1 Provide Software Accordingly to the User Needs
Don’t just go for the single version of your software packed with all your stuff that your users might not need after downloading, instead try to make the parts of your software with high-end features, low-end features and all the features you could provide. users like to work on the focused content rather than everything getting on the screen.
#2 Highly Analyze your Software before it Goes on Sale
Before software goes on sale or becomes official always remember one thing, if you were testing most of your software for the bugs or issues, the less the problems would be with the users.
#3 Provide Space for Plugins and Extension
Let your software not be filled of features, provide the users the accessibility to add more functions to the software to suit their needs via plugins. These function should be pre-installed inside the software while making it and side by side the number of supported plugins/extension should also be big.
#4 Make the Software Simple Enough
Software too dificult to be learned would be easily skipped by users. a well designed software will make even the toughest action look very simple.
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#5 Invest in the Growth
Updates are very important. Designing a software does not guarantee growth in its popularity. A software’s growth is a working process. Special investment should be made for stuffs like, web developers for constant updates, ads of the software, etc.
The closest relationship of a software company is with its users and to maintain a close-knit relation, the you need to understand as its utmost priority to implement users’ requirement.