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WalkMe announced the launch of WalkMe Apps, a new free solution solving some of the toughest challenges that independent mobile app developers face.
WalkMe Apps enable app developers to focus their attention on the development of core software while providing them with the necessary user and customer engagement tools – "applets" - to drive premium upgrades, monetization, boost user experience, reduce uninstalls, and improve app ratings.
Applets are standalone onboarding, user engagement and monetization components that can be codelessly integrated into any app instantly, thereby accelerating the release cycle by negating the need to code new features and then re-submit the app to the App or Google Play store. Ensuring enterprise level products and support, WalkMe will continuously develop, support, and update all components in-house, while applying the company’s enterprise-grade scrutiny to each Applet. The result is a wide selection of components that can instantly ensure that a new app meets the highest industry standards in user engagement, dramatically increasing adoption rates, in-app purchases, and satisfaction. Additionally, WalkMe will allow developers to create their own applets for anyone to use.
Dan Adika, Co-Founder and CEO of WalkMe: “We want to let developers focus on their strength by allowing them to utilize ours. As the global leader in digital engagement, we are channeling this expertise to help independent developers drive the next generation of disruptive and game changing apps. Furthermore, we are allowing developers to enrich the ecosystem and create their own applets to share with the community of independent developers.”
Using WalkMe Applets means that independent developers will be able to release the highest quality product with the most advanced engagement tools without letting competitors beat them to the punch.
“WalkMe.Apps are built on the recognition that the mobile user experience is becoming increasingly critical and complex, and we want to help developers– to create the most impactful and effective mobile software possible,” concluded WalkMe CEO Dan Adika.