I have an idea for an app that does everything – would it work?

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    Joshua Aguirre
    Joshua Aguirre
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    I was thinking of creating an app that would constantly focus on customer feedback through a voting process. The way the site would work would be a live voting process on new features to add and the developers on board select the features to program for. They can unveil large releases (3.0.0) for major features and small releases (3.1.3) for incremental or even beta features. Would this idea even be feasible and would anyone actually use it?

    A couple things it could do:

    • Integrated with IFTTT Recipes
    • Replace current apps on your phone that aren’t designed to your liking (i.e. weather, clock, etc)
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    April Ballard
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    Hmm… I’m not sure how this app “does everything” but in any case, many sites including Google have feature submission pages or forums that allow users to upvote the features they want the most.

    Also, I’m not sure how the app you describe has anything to do with replacing other apps on your phone, like weather or clock.

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    Joshua Aguirre
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    Hey April! Thanks for your reply. Let me see if I can try to illustrate this correctly:

    1) The app would combine the “feature submission pages” that you speak of into one site, mine.
    2) This site will be a landing page for the app. The app doesn’t exist on a website, just in an app store.
    3) The app will do “everything” that users agree on. So for instance, Apple just launched the “bedtime” feature of their alarm. What you had an app that could improve upon that feature. Or Waze, which doesn’t allow you to select “Only while using” for GPS capabilities, my app could allow you to override those GPS settings.

    Does this make more sense?

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