When you’re ready to start promoting your mobile app, it’s important to create a landing page to give potential users a quick and visually appealing overview of your app. A landing page, when done well, is visually-driven with minimal text. It exists to inform users of your app’s purpose and to either excite them about your app’s upcoming launch or to direct users to the app store where it can be downloaded. At Kinvey, we point you to the tools, resources and inspiration you need to help your app become a success. Check out these 15 sleek mobile app landing pages to be inspired by.
Very simple and sleek, Circle’s landing page mimics the app in almost every way, utilizing circle graphics in all the right places.
The Cocktail app landing page uses the same color scheme and graphic elements as the mobile version, tempting viewers with a very realistic (and delicious) looking beverage.
This landing page is split vertically, allowing more room to show the full iPhone to point out the elements within the mobile app.
Minimal background, a logo and three examples of the app being used on a phone are all that’s needed for Flight Card’s eye-please page.
Flowerly’s landing page quickly and simply summarizes the app’s purpose with a fun and whimsical design.
This photo app’s landing page uses almost no text and beautifully depicts the different types of photos that can be taken using Hipstamatic.
This page uses a photo as the background to compare the mobile app to a real-life photobook. Notice its simple and clean “get notified” contact box at the bottom.
Two sentences and two high-quality photos simply sum up Ness’s value prop.
A clever image and blurred background photo make for Pair’s visually stunning landing page.
Piictu is dead simple with its no-frills, white background page. 6 words of explanation can be more effective than 6 sentences.
Square shows its app in action through images, and demonstrates a call to action with its simple incentivized sign-up section.
Zite’s nicely designed iPad app does most of the talking here, with only a logo, a few words and a “download” button needed for the landing page.
What are some beautifully designed mobile app landing pages you’ve seen? Let us know in the comments!