Mobile App Development

Let our talented team build your next mobile app. We can take it from conception to production, regardless of the complexity of the idea or your needs using our proven, modern development cycles and practices.

Mobile Applications
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Android and iOS Development

We build apps that people want to use. Apps that get people excited. Whether we’re developing for Android, iOS or both, you’ll be matched with a nimble team of pros chosen specifically with your app in mind. Our approach to mobile development is the same whether we’re building enterprise business tools or the next great consumer app. We design for the user, creating smooth, responsive, intuitive apps that do just what they need to and do it flawlessly.

We use modern tech stacks to deliver apps that perform well regardless of the device they’re running on. Java and Kotlin for Android apps and Swift and Objective C for iOS. Our developers have logged uncounted hours developing for both platforms, and it shows. Now let us show you what we can do for your business.

Native Applications

Native applications are apps designed specifically for a given phone mobile operating system. Native apps have full access to all of the software and hardware on a given device because the app is crafted specifically for that device. Native apps deliver the very best performance possible from a mobile applications. The tradeoff is that native apps will only run on the operating system they’re designed for.

Native Android apps will only run on Android devices, and native iOS apps will only run on iPhones and iPads. If you’re only interested in having your app run in one mobile OS, native apps are an excellent choice. However, if you need cross platform support and want your app available to Android and iOS users a hybrid app may be a better fit.

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Hybrid Applications

A hybrid application is written to run under Android and iOS. However a peak under the hood reveals the secret. The app itself is written in a language independent of the two. It’s then wrapped in a native shell which takes care of interfacing between the platform independent app and the specific hardware and software of each device and its operating system. This “translation” between the platform agnostic app and the operating system comes at a slight performance cost, through this isn’t generally noticeable if the app is written properly. This tiny cost is more than made up for by the fact that designing a hybrid app which, runs in both operating systems is far less expensive than creating two seperate native apps, one for Android and another for iOS. When budget is a concern but cross platform support is a must, hybrid apps win every time.

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