ATLANTA, Ga., April 19, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Nobody wants bad apps. Software owners don’t want to receive bad products. Users don’t want to have bad apps on devices. But what hides behind the meaning of the word ‘bad’? How can software owners avoid building and getting ‘bad’ mobile apps? ‘Generally, a bad app is one that doesn’t satisfy the end users’ needs,’ says Oleg Lola, founder of MobiDev Corporation, specializing in mobile and web software development.