Mobile App Development
There are 6.8 billion people on the planet, 5.1 billion of whom own a cell phone. And today, an ever-growing percentage of these devices are smartphones. According to a recent Pew Research Center Study, the number of users accessing the Internet on their smartphones has more than doubled in the past 5 years, as has the number of users downloading and using mobile apps. Of those who use the Internet or email on their phones, more than a third go online primarily through their handheld devices. This all happened because of fantastic idea of fitting uses of complete desktop into your pocket.
Developing apps for mobile devices requires considering the constraints and features of these devices. Mobile devices run on battery and have less powerful processors than personal computers and also have more features such as location detection and cameras. Developers also have to consider a wide array of screen sizes, hardware specifications and configurations because of intense competition in mobile software and changes within each of the platforms (although these issues can be overcome with mobile device detection).
Mobile application development requires use of specialized integrated development environments. Mobile apps are first tested within the development environment using emulators and later subjected to field testing. Emulators provide an inexpensive way to test applications on mobile phones to which developers may not have physical access. Mobile user interface (UI) Design is also essential. Mobile UI considers constraints and contexts, screen, input and mobility as outlines for design. The user is often the focus of interaction with their device, and the interface entails components of both hardware and software. User input allows for the users to manipulate a system, and device’s output allows the system to indicate the effects of the users’ manipulation. Mobile UI design constraints include limited attention and form factors, such as a mobile device’s screen size for a user’s hand. Mobile UI contexts signal cues from user activity, such as location and scheduling that can be shown from user interactions within a mobile application. Overall, mobile UI design’s goal is primarily for an understandable, user-friendly interface.
Mobile UIs, or front-ends, rely on mobile back-ends to support access to enterprise systems. The mobile back-end facilitates data routing, security, authentication, authorization, working off-line, and service orchestration.
Apps that are not preinstalled are usually available through distribution platforms called app stores. The biggest stores to consider for mobile apps are:
Google Play Store
Google Play (formerly known as the Android Market) is an international online software store developed by Google for Android devices. It opened in October 2008, In July 2013, the number of apps downloaded via the Google Play Store surpassed 50 billion, of the over 1 million apps available. As of September 2016, according to Statistics the number of apps available exceeded 2.4 million. The store generated a revenue of 6 billion U.S. dollars in 2015.
Apple’s App Store for IOS was not the first app distribution service, but it ignited the mobile revolution and was opened on July 10, 2008, and as of January 2011, reported over 10 billion downloads. The original App Store was first demonstrated to Steve Jobs in 1993 by Jesse Tayler at Next World Expo. As of June 6, 2011, there were 425,000 apps available, which had been downloaded by 200 million IOS users.
Black Berry App World
Black Berry App World is the application store for BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry OS devices. It opened in April 2009 as BlackBerry App World.
Windows Phone Store
Windows Phone Store was introduced by Microsoft for its Windows Phone platform, which was launched in October 2010. As of October 2012, it has over 120,000 apps available.
Mobile App phenomenon is changing the way of how we used to live with those fatty computers and whenever someone had to do something like browsing or search anything it was necessary for them to log onto to their devices and keep their backs straight for all the time while using websites or browsers. The change in technology re-designed the way of using internet and has molded all internet into the pocket of user. Usage of mobile apps has become increasingly prevalent across mobile phone users. A May 2012 comScore study reported that during the previous quarter, more mobile subscribers used apps than browsed the web on their devices: 51.1% vs. 49.8% respectively. Researchers found that usage of mobile apps strongly correlates with user context and depends on user’s location and time of the day. Mobile apps are playing an ever increasing role within healthcare and when designed and integrated correctly can yield many benefits. Market research firm Gartner predicted that 102 billion apps would be downloaded in 2013 (91% of them free), which would generate $26 billion in the US, up 44.4% on 2012’s US$18 billion. By Quarter 2 2015, the Google Play and Apple stores alone generated $5 billion. An analyst report estimates that the app economy creates revenues of more than €10 billion per year within the European Union, while over 529,000 jobs have been created in 28 EU states due to the growth of the app market.
Our company develops mobile apps and provides other services related to it as well. If you are seeking a developer for mobile app development then you are at the very right place. By Mobile app you can:
- Engage your customers with an easy-to-navigate and professional mobile app that reflects your brand image
- Affordable for local restaurants, non-profits, professional services, lawyers, hair stylists and more
- Edit and manage your app’s content without needing to learn complicated programming languages
- Send push notifications announcing sales, special offers, and more
- Deliver GPS and QR code coupons to your customers digitally
- Collect pertinent customer data like email addresses and contact information
- Your app can be ready in in weeks, not months
Smartphones and tablets are completely changing the way that people run their lives. There seems to be an app for just about every aspect of our personal life. Now, more and more businesses are looking at creating mobile apps for employees and customers alike. But developing software for today’s distributed enterprises is not a simple task. Developers must often work with multiple technologies, highly distributed environments and computing networks often built on a hybrid infrastructure combing legacy systems with newer ones. Add the pressure to develop applications for the growing range of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices and you can understand how many may balk at the idea. We are here to take care of any of problem you have regarding to app development and we can solve it in a short passage of time as we are very professional in it.
How we solve customer problems regarding to app development:
- We think about the user experience
- Incorporate the sensors and form factor
- Meshing services with a business context
- Empowering the users
- Consider real-time
We think about user experience
Regardless of whether it’s a tablet or a smartphone, mobile devices are fundamentally different from desktop and laptop computers. As such, it’s imperative that you don’t try to simply port an existing desktop application over to mobile.
Mobile devices have a different form factor (and screen size), usually have less processing resources and very different input mechanisms. Trying to simply copy the interface as a one-to-one will make for an app that is unintuitive and hard to manage.
In the same way as many websites have developed a separate version optimized for mobile, your app needs to be designed with the user experience at its core. We provide state of the art services keeping the convenience of user in our mind.
Incorporate the sensors and form factor
It¹s worth remembering that most of today’s mobile devices have 3G or LTE, a camera, GPS, accelerometers, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (and some also include near field communication sensors too).
Make the most of these sensors. From basic features like reorienting the display if the device is tilted, through to allowing users to snap a picture and upload it straight into the system or get real-time updates based on location.
Meshing services with your business context
Just as mobile devices place a wide of sensors at your disposal, so there a lot of third party applications that can easily be integrated into your business app, such as mapping and traffic information or even social media feeds if that’s applicable.
Empowering the users
Our mobile devices are always within reach and highly personal. When developing an enterprise mobile app, make sure it delivers something that truly empowers them.
Instead of just maintaining the status quo but in mobile form, a well thought-out app can enable users to be more productive, make their jobs easier and even revolutionize a workforce. And this can just be the low-hanging fruit; a small change that make a process smoother or shaves a few minutes off a task can make all the difference.
We consider using mobile apps in real time
Mobile devices are with us almost all the time. Their always-on and connected status means that a good enterprise mobile app can help a business become more operationally responsive.
By integrating real-time updates into your business app, users can respond to changing conditions based on information from a variety of sources. This could be inventory or logistics management, CRM systems or third party feeds such as traffic updates.
How we are different from other mobile app manufactures?
- We don’t create app for the sake of it
- We learn from computer apps but we don’t copy them
- We don’t try to mobile everything
- We don’t ignore security and governance
- We don’t develop them similar to desktop applications
We don’t create app for the sake of it
When everyone and their dog is creating an app there can often be pressure on you from senior management to create one as well. If you look outsource the development of your app nothing is better than coming to us.
We avoid creating an app for the sake of it. Spend the time to identify a need within the business or industry that a mobile app is our key to success. We think about how the app can shake up the way things are done to deliver better results.
We learn from computer apps but we don’t copy them
There are hundreds of thousands of consumer mobile apps around today. When developing a mobile app for your business there’s a lot that can be gleaned from consumer apps to improve a business application. Sometimes business applications need to offer deep, rich functionality and complex features. These can obfuscated to some degree, but shouldn’t be avoided if needed. We spend time searching to mold the app we build as according to customer needs.
We don’t try to mobile everything
Just as you shouldn’t create a mobile app for the sake of it, not every aspect of a business is suited to being run over mobile. A lot of mid and back-office services won’t benefit from an app.
There’s no definitive list about what industries, functions or processes will and won’t suit mobile. In our company we will suggest what is best suited for your company Spending some time thinking about what applications and services can benefit from a mobile app will ensure you don’t waste time getting develop something un-useful.
We don’t ignore security and governance
It’s easy to think of mobile apps as ‘light’ versions and hence not required to stand up to the same scrutiny as desktop applications. But an enterprise will provide access to sensitive corporate information, and need to be treated as such.
In fact, the ease with which mobile devices can be lost or stolen makes security and governance even more an imperative when developing a mobile app for your business. While developing, we always take care of our customer’s security needs.
We don’t develop them similar to desktop applications
Many desktop enterprise applications were developed over the course of months or even years. With long development and QA cycles.
Mobile development is extremely well suited for more agile development platforms and methodologies. When developing a mobile app, we can iterate quickly with short development cycles. Once the core functionality is there, we can deploy your app, listen to feedback and adapt to business changes.
We cherish taking thoughts and transforming them into genuine apps. We are energetic, innovative, and have encounter developing items as business visionaries. We know how to construct items that can scale to your business’ needs, in any case in case you’re a startup, an undertaking, or a legislative association. Think of the app store as a giant whirlpool with thousands of apps entering the whirlpool each day.
Each app is represented by a tiny app icon that signifies exactly what that app represents. Upon release, apps are thrown onto the outskirts of the whirlpool and are slowly pulled to the center with each passing day. Before long, that app is sucked to the bottom of the whirlpool and into the depths of the app store, joining millions of other apps who will go undiscovered. What a good app needs is a good floatation device to stay above the whirlpool and in the public eye, and that’s where we come into play. We take your idea and apply our experience in order to reach your project’s objectives. We create the ultimate experience by carefully crafting each element in the mobile design and shape apps specific to your ideas, whether in entertainment or business fronts.
We don’t like to leave the apps alone, so we’re matching them with state-of-the-art server backend. We also spare you the boring and time-consuming task of submitting your app to the different stores. We create highly polished iPhone & Android apps for startups and enterprise clients. We also know a thing or two about branding, websites, and user acquisition. We’ve assembled a team of product whizzes, design masters, and development geniuses.
What drives us?
Building successful apps! We wake up in the morning to create apps that people will use, apps that make money, apps that top the charts.