Most mobile apps suck — here’s how to fix them

It’s raining in New York City as Doron waits for the 525 bus. At the stop, he’s trying a new transport app which doesn’t seem to load offline. The ticket he bought yesterday isn’t showing, and even when he had service the real-time updates weren’t syncing. As a mobile developer, he knows exactly why the app sucks: It’s not built to work offline. It doesn’t sync data in real time. It’s a flop. He knows people won’t use it.  This is the real challenge — adoption. It’s all well and good to build an app, but how many people will… This story continues at The Next Web