Robust applications for Apple mobile devices
We create native iOS apps and cross-platform products
They may be available on Android and Windows platforms, too. They will allow you to conquer the market of Apple-made devices and have your app installed on millions of phones and tablets.
We use the most advanced tools and follow all of technological novelties provided by Apple
We regularly organize internal training to keep up with the newest solutions, regarding both software versions as well as design and architecture patterns. That’s how we make sure that a project isn’t obsolete on the day of release. Thanks to using the newest technologies a product is easier to maintain and update. We’re not afraid of novelties either. We’ll gladly implement AI technologies, bots, or other forms of automation.
Scalability and efficiency
Today we are building an MVP for a startup, but tomorrow there might be thousands of customers using the app
Having this in mind, we create our software in a way that will allow us to scale it up. Hosting applications in the cloud makes it even easier to achieve.
By using tested methods we can deliver a project that will meet the highest standards and help you achieve your goals.
We specialize in crafting bespoke applications tailored for the unique capabilities and constraints of smartwatches
We focus on delivering apps that are functional, exceptionally user-friendly, intuitive, and blend sleek design with efficient performance, maximizing the limited screen space while offering seamless interactivity and connectivity with smartphones. Our approach involves a deep understanding of the smartwatch platform, be it Apple WatchOS or Android Wear OS, and leveraging their distinctive features, from health and fitness tracking to notifications and voice commands.
Award winning iOS design
Security & stability
Marketing & Monetisation
We always use the most reccommended modern tools following hi-tech trends and taking care of your product’s quality. Choosing the most appreciated partners allows us to make your application both up-to-date and efficient, providing your audience with the best possible results.
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Is native a good way to go?
The internet is full of outdated information and misconceptions. Native apps are usually glorified and favored, but are they really better in all aspects and situations?
Native apps are what most people associate with the word “application”. They are created exactly for a specific operating system and can only be downloaded and installed on devices for which they were designed. Depending on the operating system for which they are addressed, they are created with the use of the Swift or Objective-C programming languages (for iOS) and Kotlin or Java (for Android). Their very specific feature is that it is impossible to run Android apps on an Apple product and vice versa. Google and Apple are competing companies that don’t make it easy for us.
But what are the actual perks of going native?
Native apps usually have the best UX because they are loved by users (so much that some of them loudly manifest their loyalty to their favorite operating system).
They have the fastest and most reliable access to a wide range of functionalities of mobile devices, such as GPS, camera, gyroscope or microphone.
How can you use your app to earn?
Monetization of a mobile application is the process of generating revenue related to a given app which can financially support its development.
However, before you think about acquiring users, select a monetization model that will affect your further strategy. You can choose from options that can be freely combined, depending on the characteristics of the industry and the target audience of the application. When deciding on a specific solution, consider the user journey and the impact that monetization activities will have on it. After all, you don’t want to frustrate your audience and thus negatively affect the brand’s reputation. While figuring out the best monetization strategy for your app can be a bit more complicated than you might think, it is also a key step on the road to profitability.