The 2015 mHealth App Developer Economics Study

For the 5th time research2guidance in collaboration with mHealth Summit are conducting the largest mHealth research program. The study focuses on the mHealth app market, how apps generate revenue, how behavior could be changed by apps, use of APIs and sensors and many other related topics.

Are you working in the healthcare industry, are developing mobile apps or are you publishing healthcare apps?

Then you are invited to participate in the world's largest study on mHealth apps development:
http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1956536/ehealthnews

Every participant will get:

  • The chance to win one of five free entry tickets to the mHealth Summit in Riga
  • A free copy of the mHealth App Developer Economics 2015 report
  • The possibility to see initial results after completing the survey

"Share your experiences and opinions about mHealth apps. How mHealth apps impact the way healthcare is delivered now and how it will change our lives in the next five years? Let's find out together," mentioned Markus Pohl, Managing Director of research2guidance.

For further information, please visit:
http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1956536/ehealthnews

About research2guidance
research2guidance is a consultancy and market research company. We focus on the global app economy. We started in 2009 after Apple and Google have created the new mobile app eco-system. We wanted to be part of this dynamic and facinating market, which at this time only visionary people expected to become as big as it is today.

With our research and consultancy work, we want to help our clients to understand how they can be successful in the app market.

We publish of-the-shelf-reports about certain app economy segments (e.g. mHealth), countries (e.g. USA) or vendor segments (e.g. app development tools).

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