Do you also upload the application to app store?
Yes, we do it for free. Nevertheless, you’ll have to pay the minimum amount of charge (fees) by the main company (for example Apple App Store Yearly charges $150.00 AUD
What if I want changes to be made in the app once it has been launched or delivered?
If you would like to make changes to be made in the app, it will cost you. We recommend having the project scope defined before beginning the project to save time and money.
Do you also provide marketing for Mobile apps?
Yes, we sure do. We won't only develop you an amazing mobile app but will help build you a success business utilising our expert marketing team.
What is the Quality Control Methodology that you have in place?
We follow robust processes to ensure the best quality. For software testing, we use the black-box method. We have a dedicated division for QA and QC that ensures every project is scanned through them. Covering all the different kinds of testing, they give a final ‘OK’ before the final handover and deployment.
Which framework or programming language would you use to develop a mobile application?
The framework or programming language that we use to develop applications depends upon the chosen platform by the client. For example, for iPhone applications, we use iOS SDK, Objective C, Swift, Xcode, Django and other tools and technologies provided by Apple. Similarly, for Android applications, we use Android SDK. We have expertise in frameworks of Open Source and Microsoft Technologies for Web Service and API based applications.
Do you develop mobile app for all platforms?
Yes, we build mobile applications for all major mobile development platforms. You can hire our developers for developing an app for iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, and Windows Mobile. Whether you want to develop apps for just one or two platforms or want to develop an app that works on all the mobile platforms, we are at your service.
What is the difference between Native App and Web Based App?
Native apps are built for specific platforms (e.g. iOS, Android, Windows Phone, etc.). They are built using platforms’ native SDK and development platforms and are able to use some of the specific features of the device – e.g. Camera, Volume controller, speaker, etc. The web-based apps (also web-apps) run within the mobile browser and are virtually web pages that imitate the look of a native mobile UI. Such apps are advantageous over native apps as they give the same user-experience on different smartphones. However, they can’t features of devices like native apps.