How We Work
Below are the simple steps we take when offering services to a ready consumer :
Step One – Brief
We have interactions and conversations with consumers who need our services on the first step. This is done to make sure we collect all the needed data as we go on with the desired project
Step Two – Design
The second step of how we work is a collaboration of all discussed consumer needs and wants as we design the ideal UI / UX.
Step Three – Develop
Develop is simply the stage we create a suitable prototype giving reference and consideration to all the information received on the first step.
Step Four – Deploy
At this level we deploy the prototypes to their designated mobile stores which are Google Playstore for Android and Apple App Store for iOS.
Step Five – Grow / Support
The fifth and final step is all about growth and supporting the created application through optimisation, online application marketing and through social media marketing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Costs for Basic mobile applications are indicated below, In the event you would require a custom solution there is a cost indicator that allows you to have a rough estimate of on the project you would like to undertake.
Contact our team and get a free quote to have an in depth breakdown the project timelines and possibly a live demo so you may have a visual appreciation.
The answer depends on who is asking the question.
If you are a developer, the langage used to code iOS apps and Android apps will influence you. iOS apps are coded is objective-C whereas Android apps are coded in Java.
Android is more opened platform than iOS, you can access very low layers of the phone. But iOS development as far more popular among developers than Android development. So, we’ll find more resources on the web to get help for your project.
If you’re a marketer, you’ll want instinctively go for iOS first. Why? Because since the beginning of apps, iOS and the App Store have been far more appealing than Android. Watch out, it’s no longer true. Google Play and Android are overtaking Apple.
Native apps and mobile web apps are 2 different kind of apps. Native apps are apps created for a specific platform only. The code used to create a native app for iOS, is not the same that the one used to create a native Android app.
Native means that the app is specially crafted for the phone it will be used on. Native apps take advantage of the phone capabilities. That’s the reason why, when well developed, they are very fast, smooth and deeply integrated with the phone.
Mobile web app are web pages that are optimized to be displayed on a mobile phone. Mobile web apps work on every device, since you only need a web browser to use them. That’s their strenght. But, it’s more difficult to make really cool things like augmented reality or photo posting from web apps, since they can’t access phone’s core features as easily as a native does.
There are different solutions to get analytics for your app. The way it works is always the same. First, you need to install the sdk of the analytics product you use, into your app project. analytics products track events that are occuring when a user browses your app. Session, pageviewsn shares, etc. It will also tell you the device and the place of your users.
Among famous analytics solutions there is Flurry analytics, a widely used robust and free solution. You can also use Google analytics if it’s a more familiar tool for you.
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