"For a customer who wants to have a mobile application developed, you may need to ask for the following information as a starting point to ensure the project is properly planned and executed:

  1. Purpose of the application: The customer should provide a description of the purpose for which the application will be used. Is it for promoting a product or service, an online store, a social media platform, an educational application, or some other purpose?

  2. Target audience: The customer should provide information on the target audience for which the application will be designed. Which age groups, sectors or geographical regions will the application appeal to?

  3. Features: The customer should make a list of the features they want to be included in the application. For example, user registration, social media integration, payment options, location-based services, etc.

  4. Design and user interface: The customer should determine how the application will look and how users will interact with it. The customer should have an idea of ​​how colors, fonts, icons, buttons, menus, and other visual elements will be used.

  5. Platform: The platform for which the application will be developed (iOS, Android, Web, etc.) should be identified.

  6. Budget: The customer should have an idea of ​​the budget for the project. This will help allocate a certain budget for development, design, and other expenses.

  7. Timeline: The customer should determine a timeline for the completion of the project. This will provide an idea of ​​when the application will be ready.

These details are necessary for a successful planning of the mobile application development process. However, additional information may be required as the project progresses and details become clearer."

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