An agriculture application is a web, mobile, or desktop application used on farms. The app may enable users to manage farm equipment and implement agricultural strategies. For example, the app could be used for planning crop management activities such as planting and harvesting, tracking weather trends over time, and analyzing soil quality.
Agriculture apps are similar to other apps that involve time management or scheduling, such as food delivery apps, ride-hailing apps, and task coordination apps. Agriya is one of the leading providers of this type of app.
A database management app for the argiculture industry built to help a small farm streamline their operations and expand to new demographics.
An agriculture app can grow its user base by providing a high level of value to farmers in a way that provides new users with the information they need to get started. In order to compete in this crowded space, an agriculture app must show farmers how it will be able to improve their farming experience, provide them with real-time data about their business, and show them how they can save money by using a mobile platform.
Apps for monitoring and improving agricultural outcomes can be subject to regulatory scrutiny from the state or federal level, especially if they are also designed for commercial sale. Your app may need to be certified by the USDA or your state agriculture department prior to distribution in order to ensure that it meets required standards related to the handling of sensitive data and the security of animal health information.