A few decades ago, it would have been nearly impossible to imagine the smartphones that are now such a huge part of our lives. We might have guessed that phones would become more advanced, perhaps, as well other consumer appliances like televisions, radios and cameras - but to combine those features into a rectangle smaller and thinner than a deck of cards? It would feel more like science fiction than logical speculation. Today, that's exactly what we have. In fact, we're so dependent on the all-knowing, all-seeing presence of this convenience-defining device that we've developed something called "digital reflexes," a phenomena that causes us to automatically physically reach for our phones when we have a question or need.
There’s little doubt that in-app messages add value for mobile marketers. With consumers spending 85 percent of their mobile time within apps, it’s an effective messaging channel. But do these messages add value to the end user? When implemented correctly, in-app messages are win-win. It’s possible to improve the user experience for customers while also pursuing marketing goals. Here are a few ways in which in-app messages are a UX element in their own right.
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