Native Mobile Application

Native apps are apps built using programming languages such as Objective-C (iOS) and Java (Android).

Because they reside within the device itself, native apps are very good at accessing data provided by some of the functionalities in mobile devices, such as GPS information, accelerometer data, contacts, etc.

Native apps can also access push notifications, enabling the app to notify users about content or other updates, which is essential to many apps

Native Mobile Application

Native apps are apps built using programming languages such as Objective-C (iOS) and Java (Android).

Because they reside within the device itself, native apps are very good at accessing data provided by some of the functionalities in mobile devices, such as GPS information, accelerometer data, contacts, etc.

Native apps can also access push notifications, enabling the app to notify users about content or other updates, which is essential to many apps

Hybrid Mobile Application

hybrid apps are web apps wrapped in a native shell. This means that while the basic infrastructure of hybrid apps is native, the content is web-based. So hybrid apps are like a native app with a browser embedded within it.

By combining both technologies, hybrid apps can take advantage of all the native features of native apps – accessing data from other apps, offline working, ability to be downloaded from an app store – while the actual content relies on HTML being rendered in a browser.

Hybrid Mobile Application

hybrid apps are web apps wrapped in a native shell. This means that while the basic infrastructure of hybrid apps is native, the content is web-based. So hybrid apps are like a native app with a browser embedded within it.

By combining both technologies, hybrid apps can take advantage of all the native features of native apps – accessing data from other apps, offline working, ability to be downloaded from an app store – while the actual content relies on HTML being rendered in a browser.

Web Mobile Application

If you’ve ever seen the ‘mobile version’ of a site, that’s what we’re talking about.

Web apps are limited in what they can do effectively in terms of features and they will generally always require an Internet connection to work.  They are slower and less intuitive. Web apps are designed once for every platform and therefore won’t look or behave like a real app on any of them.

However, an “app” like this loads within a mobile browser, like Safari or Chrome, like every other website. Your audience doesn’t have to install a web app. They don’t need to have available space on their devices.

Web Mobile Application

If you’ve ever seen the ‘mobile version’ of a site, that’s what we’re talking about.

Web apps are limited in what they can do effectively in terms of features and they will generally always require an Internet connection to work.  They are slower and less intuitive. Web apps are designed once for every platform and therefore won’t look or behave like a real app on any of them.

However, an “app” like this loads within a mobile browser, like Safari or Chrome, like every other website. Your audience doesn’t have to install a web app. They don’t need to have available space on their devices.

How We Build Our Apps.
Our Process
Step 1 Wire-framing

Wireframing is essentially the visual architecture of what will go on each page of your app and how it all links together. Wireframing is important to define the full scope of the project and to have a mutual understanding of what will need to go into the app.

Step 2 Design

This stage is where designers will flesh out logos, colors, styling, fonts, etc. and really nail down the look and feel of client’s app. Once client is happy with the visual design, our team will move onto the development stage.

Step 3 Development

While working through the development stage, it is important that clients, are updated of the progress at every step of the process. Typically this is done through some project management tool such as Basecamp, Teambition, etc.

Step 4 Beta Testing

Beta testing is used to test apps under various environments and conditions to make sure that apps isn’t released with major bugs or crashes, and that real users are comfortable with using the app.

Step 5 Launch

The process of publishing your app to the app store can sometimes take a couple of weeks. On iOS, Apple manually reviews each app submission before publishing it.

Step 6 Maintenence

Our team will provide legal and regulatory updates, database management, business support and a wide range of other necessary considerations.

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