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Examples of Mobile App MVPs That Are Now a Massive Success
Building a minimum viable product (MVP) will help get your product in the hands of users quickly, testing assumptions against real data to ensure market validation. An MVP will allow you to continuously improve your product through iterative development, and help you apply your learnings to build a product that has a greater chance of succeeding in the market.

An MVP provides quick market entry and real user experience that allows you to asses the market potential for your app idea. In fact, CB Insights reported that 42% companies fail because there was no market need.

A great mobile app MVP contains the minimum features that address a core problem you are solving for a targeted set of users. If you’re focusing on a generic group, you won’t be able to accurately determine their needs as the group is too large, and wants, needs, desires are broad. Once you serve the needs of your core set of users, you can then begin to target other audiences.

Many massively successful apps that are prevalent in today began with an understanding that they needed to validate their assumptions. They continually revisited their core value proposition, and in doing so, were able to focus on solving a problem for the set of users that mattered most. Here’s how Facebook, Instagram and Uber became the massive successes they are today, all beginning with a minimum viable product.

Uber’s very first version of their app, UberCab, was to simply connect customers with drivers and accept payments. Their minimum viable product was widely accepted as they accurately determined a relevant and pervasive pain, which was hailing cabs. They took that basic concept, which allowed them to quickly enter the market, receive real user feedback, and grow to the brand they are today.

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