Developing an app for android.

Hello,
I have an idea for an app and I don't know how to start and how to protect my idea. Should protecting my idea be a concern, or am I getting ahead of myself? I really need some direction, can anyone help with this?
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  1. jtZapP said:
    Hello,
    I have an idea for an app and I don't know how to start and how to protect my idea. Should protecting my idea be a concern, or am I getting ahead of myself? I really need some direction, can anyone help with this?


    No, that's definitely the right order to approach things.
    If you do a quick search, you'll find there's heaps of freelance developers who'll make what you want. This is the problem: They all want a significant cut of the profits. Most operate taking a percentage of the profits. I haven't yet heard of one-off jobs where they hand full control over to you. You'll have to look around.

    As a secondary point, if you've got a really good idea it may be worth making a cross-platform app (i.e. coding with Android/iPhone/Win8M in mind, then making versions for each platform).

    Here's two links I thought were promising:
    http://www.developer4lease.com/mobile-development/android-development/ (this could be pricy)
    http://www.globalemployees.com/hire-iphone-developer-india.html (this could be shifty)

    Let me know your luck :D
    luxology
  2. If you are new you need to understand all aspects of app creation....http://easyappcreation.com is a good resource.
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