Interview with Mr.Brian Sutich from TheAppFactor

With 7+ years of blogging about apps, Brian is currently the chief editor of TheAppFactor website. He has a passion for technology and a love for apps and is always keen to improve people’s life by reviewing about the most popular apps in the market and how to use them.

Let’s jump in to know more about his passion and future plans.

Hi, Hello and Welcome Mr.Brian!

Thanks a lot for accepting my invitation

So just tell me how did it all started and your journey so far.

Hi Ajay, thanks for inviting me for the Interview. After completing my graduation in Computer Science Engineering, I started to work as a web developer in one of the leading companies in Germany. It was during that time, I developed a curiosity of how apps work and its impact on people. I began to do more research on app technology and understanding its framework. In the year 2013, I started to blog about apps, its use cases and features, thus connecting app developers with users.

What’s the specialty of your blog?

We use apps for everything these days — to better manage our busy lives, to help us unwind, and to keep us connected to those that matter most.

Here at The App Factor, apps sit center stage. We don’t just recommend great apps, we show you how to use them. You won’t find up to the minute Apple news or short posts on app announcements. Instead, you’ll find tips, tricks, and recommendations that help you get the most out of your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. We’ll also share some great iOS and OS X tips along the way.

How app developers connect with your blog?

Developers, we want to help you show readers why your app deserves a coveted spot on their Home screens or in their docks. We know generic news posts aren’t enough anymore. Great apps deserve great coverage. If you have an amazing app in need of coverage to match, we encourage you to reach out by emailing developers@theappfactor.com.

We also want to become a resource for developers to share their experiences, knowledge, and lessons learned with other developers. Want to share your thoughts on UI? Have some tips on icon design? Know how to effectively market apps to the media? We’d love to have you contribute a piece to The App Factor.

And last but not the least, what’s the benefit readers get through your blog?

To you, our reader, we know your time is valuable. Our goal is to help you discover apps you may have otherwise missed, learn new things that make technology less overwhelming, and help you fix whatever problems you may run into. If you have a question you think we can answer, feel free to send us an email to help@theappfactor.com.

The App Factor is our way of taking app, help, and how-to coverage to the next level. We sincerely hope you’ll enjoy reading our content just as much as we enjoy creating it.

What are your future plans?

Well, I’m planning to start an academy to teach coding for all app enthusiast.

We’re in the midst of building that process. Once everything goes well, we will plan to scale the academy on a global level.

I thank you once again for giving us your Interview. I really appreciate your valuable time spent with me and my readers. 

Wishing you the very best in all your future endeavors.

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