A content management app for the consumer sector enables users to create, read, and share articles in a digital format. Content management apps are commonly used to publish blog posts and other short-form text online. The content management app may also be able to host or link to multimedia content, such as images or video files.
Content management apps are closely related to media streaming apps, audio-visual communications apps, and other audio-visual content creation apps. YouTube is the most popular consumer app of this type.
A content management app with scheduling, a calendar integration, and geofencing functionality that enables parents to have more control over the way that their children use their devices. Parents can schedule screen time and block apps when their children are supposed to be doing other thngs like homework.
A content management app built for an insurance company.
A content management app can grow its audience by offering free content for new users to try. The goal of this strategy is to expose users to the value of the app with little risk, and then give existing users an incentive to invite new users. A content management app can achieve viral growth by giving both existing and new users a reason to invite their friends. For example, the app could give existing users a discount on their next bill if they successfully refer at least two new users.