Hey everybody, I'm running my own startup for building mobile native apps for people without any tech background.
We started this startup with a tech solution. Apps that you could build with similar platforms suck. These apps are really buggy, slow, and don't feel like real apps written with code. We managed to overcome these tech challenges with our solution and our apps are looking really good.
Right now many people from startup communities tell me that is not a good way to start startups, that we should start with the problem at first and not from the solution, and refers to Y Combinator lectures, and other sources.
But from my point of view: Our competitors are already found the problem and the market, and if we can make a great solution to this problem and market then we'll win.
What do you guys think about copying existing startups and improving the solution?