We employ platform-specific SDKs for Android and iOS, cross-platform approaches relying on HTML5, and conversion tools, to develop cost-effective enterprise mobile solutions.
We blend our mobile strategies with your technology needs to ensure that you delight your customers and attain business success. The goal is to gain maximum benefit from the current mobile technologies.
An effectively designed and developed mobile app helps in reinforcing your brand value, extends brand visibility through a new channel, increases accessibility by connecting with users on the move, caters to a wider audience, and beyond.
Python is a great language for mobile app development. It is concise, readable and permits developers to execute functions with few lines of code. Being dynamically typed, it realizes rapid application development and boosts developer productivity. The myriad web development frameworks available in Python helps developers build a wide variety of solutions, from small to extensive apps. Python comes with an extensive array of libraries supported by a large developer community, to help developers find the support they require. It helps in lowering development costs, and is the preferred language for developing solutions that include AI, ML, image recognition and more.
The time taken to develop an app absolutely depends on its complexity. Outlining the scope of the app, including its features and functions, would range between 1–2 weeks for small apps and 2-4 weeks for larger ones. UI and development usually take 2-3 weeks for simple apps and around 8-10 weeks for complex, extensive apps. This is followed by alpha testing and beta testing to uncover faults.
On an average, a simple app may take 2–3 months while extensive ones might take 4-6 months to be developed.
The popular frameworks used for mobile app development include React Native, Flutter, Ionic, Xamarin, Adobe PhoneGap, Corona SDK, JQuery Mobile, Intel XDK, Native Scripts, Mobile Angular UI and more.
The cost of building an app varies significantly depending on factors such as the type, platform, number of pages, features, third-party integrations, versions support and the complexity of the design.