Steal my mobile app idea — Thank me when you’re a millionaire.

When I was a kid, I was tubby. I would eat whatever I could get my greedy little hands on.

↖️ Greedy Me | Current Me ↗

What’s this got to do with making you some money?

It’s sparked a mobile app idea that could disrupt the health and fitness world, and after some brief Googling, I haven’t seen anyone capitalised on this yet.

What’s the problem?

When I take my top off, I have this ring of fat above my waistline. My wife says she likes it, but I’m less keen.

What’s the app idea?

A mobile app that scans your topless body. Using image recognition software, it works out where you have excess fat, it then recommends diet plans and exercises, specific to your body type and goals. Making the app personal to the user.

How can I prove to you this app is a good idea?

When building a mobile app, to prove a good idea, you need to be able to answer these 4 questions:

  1. How often do people face this problem?
  2. Who is the competition?
  3. How could this app make money?

So let’s answer them:

  1. What’s the problem people face? — Losing weight is hard and everyone’s body is different. So a workout or diet plan that works for one, won’t necessarily work for another. This means people are wasting time on the wrong diet and workout plans. Making little progress.
  2. How often do people face this problem? — For some, this is daily, others, weekly or monthly. But there is definitely enough repetition to weight loss to warrant a mobile app.
  3. Who is the competition? — From a brief Google, there isn’t any direct competition. So you would be competing with food tracking apps, like MyFitnessPal etc and workout apps like Nike Training etc. They are some big competition, but you will have a technical edge.
  4. How could this app make money? — I would recommend a freemium model approach. That means the initial app is free for everyone, but users pay for upgrades. Upgrades could look like specific workouts from trainers/influencers, more specific diet plans, easier tools to measure growth, communities of people with your body shape to help give advice etc.

How would you go about building this?

  1. You would need to prove the concept, does the technology work? You would need to find someone clever enough to build this for you.
  2. You would need some money to build the app, so whether that can be self-funded, or getting investment.
  3. You would need a marketing strategy that will disrupt the current health and fitness market. Gaining you valuable users that can’t help but tell their friends how good it is.

Flip, that’s a lot.

Don’t worry, I can help you with all of that stuff, here’s what I do — Go on, have a look.

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