Gamification | Blog2021-04-01T14:45:00+00:00

It's hard to keep users engaged on mhealth apps. With the average person churning after 90 days, mhealth apps need to reinvent themselves. If they want to impact people's lives they will have to create a user-friendly experience. Gamification can help achieve just that. Discover these 7 tactics to increase engagement on your mhealth app!

By |April 15th, 2021|

The average person only uses 40 apps per month. So how do you make sure your health app is one of those? You want to turn the boring experience of healthcare, into a fun and enjoyable one! By using gamification you can literally drive user progress whilst they're having fun doing it! Want to find out what features you should use to keep your users engaged?

By |April 8th, 2021|

It's no secret mhealth apps have the power to drastically impact how we approach health. With solutions for diabetes testing, elderly care or general health & fitness everyone can achieve their goals with a little digital help. Unfortunately, most mhealth apps lose the attention of their users in a matter of days. If they want to truly impact a user's health, they need to build a better and more engaging user experience. In this article, you'll discover the peer community secret behind some of the greatest mhealth apps. check it out!

By |April 1st, 2021|

The future of healthcare is mobile. Health apps create user experiences that are centered around the patient. Unfortunately, 9 out of 10 people leave their health apps after just 30 days. The main reason? A lack of motivation to achieve their health goals. In this article, we'll explore what you can do to improve user retention and how gamification comes into play! Check out our 7 tips to turn your healthcare app into a fun, game-like experience!

By |March 25th, 2021|

Health apps will make a huge difference in our lives. Next to giving patients more autonomous treatment, it will help to improve general health. With fitness trackers, calorie trackers, or even medication reminders, everyone will get a personal health assistant on their phone. The only problem? Low user motivation and a shortage of data. When people aren't engaged enough, they won't get as much value from the app. Luckily, gamification can shift the tides. Check out the full post to find out how!

By |March 18th, 2021|