If you have the next million-dollar app idea, it’s only natural to be concerned about telling someone what it is. Unless you’re a programmer and are planning to code your app yourself, the problem is it’s going to be pretty hard to find a mobile app developer to code your app if you won’t tell the developer your idea. So … how can you protect your idea when discussing its details with a developer or advisor? We get asked this question all the time. Here are some things to think about.
With respect to protection of ideas, there’s a decent case to be made that “great” app ideas are a dime a dozen; it is the execution of your vision (design, coding, implementation, and marketing) that makes a successful project. Still, if you’re worried about someone stealing your idea, talk to prospective app developers about the issue and about signing an NDA or talk to an attorney.
In this case, Appmuse helps their customers in sharing wide range of network of those highly experienced and potential mobile app companies who always show the commitments of signing Non Disclosure agreement before starting to analyse customer requirements. This helps customers in getting 100% confidence and maintaining trust while working with those mobile app companies. We ensure that your idea always remain secured and you sign NDA before sharing app idea with them. If you are interested to get ball park quotes from those 3 different mobile app companies, you can do so by filling up our quote request form
If you have other thoughts about protecting mobile app ideas, leave a comment.
Mark M. Stetler is CEO of AppMuse and its related businesses: iPhoneAppQuotes.com, iPadApplicationQuotes.com, AndroidAppDevelopmentQuotes.com, and BlackberryAppDevelopmentQuotes.com. AppMuse is the Internet's leading provider of free app development quotes from experienced, pre-screened app developers for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Blackberry smart phones.More by stetler