Mobile Development

We’ve developed and published a LOT of mobile apps across all mobile platforms and have become pretty darn good at it.

If you are thinking about a mobile app for your business shoot us a note, we would love to have a no obligation chat about your options.

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Development Experience

We work in these mobile technology stacks:

  • Apple iPhone & iPad custom development
  • Android Development
  • Mobile Database Development
  • HTML5 Responsive Design
  • Bootstrap
  • Mobile Stores:    iTunes, Google Play, Appworld & Amazon

Native Apps

Our apps targeted the following segments:

  • Health & Safety
  • Educational
  • Extending Corporate Web Applications
  • Applications for Financial Institutions
  • Insurance
  • Catalogs for Web Retailers

We do Social Media Marketing too.

We have onboard skills that can help supercharge any social media strategy and include the following:

  • How to get quality app reviews
  • How to get more FB followers & Likes
  • How to get people tweeting about your product or service
  • How to Advertise in Mobile Apps
  • Using  iAds, AdMod, LeadBolt
  • Implementing and using PUSH notifications to keep your customer engaged
  • How to build your Mobile store(s)

It’s not just a fad.

It’s now business strategic, so entry into the mobile market needs a planned strategy that takes the overall market into account including social media in a cost-effective manner, or it can get very expensive.

Whether it be with a free or paid app, a game or a book, or if you have a need to turn smartphones into a two-way sales tool for your customers and staff, or even delivering business intelligence to these devices, we can make it happen.

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HTML5 Vs Native Vs Hybrid mobile app development. Which to use?

HTML5 Mobile app development

Despite the fact that sophisticated apps can be created using HTML5 and JavaScript, there exist some constraints. Issues related to sessions management, access to native device functionality and reliable online storage need to be addressed.
Basically, an HTML5 mobile app is a web page or a collection of them. These are particularly designed to work on a small screen. Users will not have the native look and feel. Also, they would not be able to use their familiar compound gestures.
Developing HTML5 apps is easier. The real problem faced by development is when they try to create in such a way that it fits the prospective screen size.
HTML5 development, when compared to Native app development, requires less development time and also less deployment time.
The drawback of a HTML5 mobile app is that they have very limited functionality, restricting it to web browser capabilities.
The other disadvantage of HTML5 mobile apps is their lengthy load times. Even in the case of screen transitions, they have an inferior performance. Apart from that, their ability to function offline or in low-bandwidth modes is below par.

Native Mobile App development

In a stark contrast to building HTML5 mobile apps, the development of Native mobile apps is done using the native language of the platform. For instance, using Objective-C on iOS and using Java on Android.
As Native apps are compiled into machine code, their performance is exceptionally good.
Importantly, with the Native apps we get pinch-spread, double taps and also compound User Interface gestures. Besides, Fast graphics API and Fluid animation are also on offer.
Native apps, apart from offering a great level of reliability, also provide better security environment. Native app development is done to offer better responsiveness, fluid experience. The app’s loading speed will also be less and will also have access to the phone’s address book and camera.
Native apps can also be developed in such a way that the apps can be accessed without the availability of internet connection. During the course of development and testing, it would  only take a little time to find and fix bugs, thanks to the native development tools that come in handy.

Hybrid mobile app development

The hybrid apps are essentially built using HTML5 and JavaScript. The app is wrapped in a native container which gives access to native platform features.
These apps are created through tools like PhoneGap and Sencha, which are cross-platform development tools.
The cost aspect in the development of hybrid apps is comparatively less. Single code can help perform on varied platforms. However, the downside is that contact to native APIs is limited.

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