Soon after this direction of business development was found, Fares launched a simple website with limited functionality. The main goal of this platform was to determine whether the swimming App would generate any demand in the market. During the first 2–3 weeks, around 200 people showed an interest in it. That was sign number two, and clearly showed why building this App was worth doing.
In 3 days, the Minimal Valuable Product (MVP) was ready . The first version of MySwimPro was elementary, but it was absolutely enough. As Fares has said: "Your product should not be 100% perfect. As long as you create something valuable, you can put it on the market ". Unless you launch the product in actuality , you won't start studying and adapting.