Building trust is vital for businesses in general and this also applies to mobile apps. Your customers need to know that their personal and financial information is secure and that they can rely on your app to work as expected and protect them and their data. Below are some tips on building trust with your users:
Build a Secure App
The first step in building trust with your users is to secure your app. Ensure that your app is using the latest security protocols and is protected against potential threats. Use security practices such as HTTPS to encrypt data transfer and secure storage systems to protect customer information.
Privacy and Use of User Data
Use In-App Permissions
Users are accustomed to mobile apps asking for their information. But they still want to know why the information is relevant to their experience. You should only collect information you need and let them know why your app requires the data.
Make Registration Optional
Give users the option to register or not. Keep registration simple, and include a button that allows users to skip the registration if they prefer. Or as we usually recommend don’t require registration until the time that information is required to perform some action. Since that gives users the opportunity to experience important sections of your app and prove value before requiring registration from them.
Don’t Sent Too Many Push Notifications
When using Push Notifications make sure not to send too many. Users will often deletes an app if they feel an app is sending too many notifications. Only provide notifications when needed and provides important information the user may want. Same goes for emails as well.