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High Performance

Efficient mobile apps with both time and space complexity.

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Cross Platform

Creation of software applications that are compatible with multiple mobile operating systems, such as Android, iOS or Windows Phone.

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Native App Development

Creation of software programs that run on specific devices and platforms.

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Epic UI/UX Design

Our professional design team creates products that provide users with meaningful and relevant experiences.

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What Makes An App Successful?

A successful app combines three aspects in a smart way: market, user and the product itself.

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Top Tools For IOS App Development

There are several sets of technologies that can help us be more productive for the development of our apps.


Flutter is an open-source, multi-platform mobile SDK from Google which can be used to build iOS and Android apps from the same source code. Flutter uses the Dart programming language for developing both iOS and Android apps. Flutter is similar to React Native but with full support of native features.

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Swift is an alternative to the Objective-C language that employs modern programming-language theory concepts and strives to present a simpler syntax. Closure support, String support, Access control, Optionals and chaining, Value types, Protocol-oriented programming, Libraries, runtime and development, Memory management, Debugging and other elements
Many of the features introduced with Swift have well-known performance and safety trade-offs.

React Native

React Native combines the JavaScript library React with parts of native development. The distinct advantage being that React Native allows building apps for many platforms. But that’s not all.
Among the framework’s benefits are:
Low development costs, High code reusability and fast apps development, Large developers community, Creating a web application, High performance and smooth UX, Broad functionality, Compatibility with Apple’s products.

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Kotlin is object-oriented and supports functional programming features. It is a cross-platform, statically typed, general-purpose programming language with type inference.

Kotlin come up with great features like: Expressive and concise, Safer code, Interoperable, Structured concurrency.

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Xamarin cross-platform apps for iOS, Android or Windows are built using Xamarin. Forms tool, which converts app UI components into the platform-specific interface elements at runtime. As the use of Xamarin. Forms significantly increases the speed of app development, it is a great option for business-oriented projects.

It has great features: Modern language constructs, Robust Base Class Library (BCL), Modern Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Mobile cross-platform support.

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Xcode is Apple's integrated development environment for macOS, used to develop software for macOS, iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS.

Major Features: Xcode supports source code for the programming languages C, C++, Objective-C, Objective-C++, Java, AppleScript, Python, Ruby, ResEdit (Rez), and Swift, with a variety of programming models, including but not limited to Cocoa, Carbon, and Java.

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Why Us?

We follow the right way to make our app fully successful.

Offer value

A good idea for an app solves a specific problem recognised by a target group of potential users. Even the simplest form of entertainment, like the Candy Crush game, provides an outlet for stress and alleviates the boredom of the commute or standing in queues.

The application should bring an important benefit to the user so he is motivated enough to download it and use it.

Unique value may be related to the price of a given service, the speed of information transfer, the way the application works, or providing access to features or services unavailable from another channel.

A perfect app combines consumer needs, business objectives, and technological solutions in a smart way.

A good product has to be either fun or useful. Redundancy is good in nature. It’s always better if your app solves more than one problem. The most successful ones do.

Some people need comfortable, beautiful, and inspiring accommodation in places all around the world, while others want to rent their flat to foreigners with cash to spare.

We ensure our app is safe

An unprotected mobile application poses a real threat to the entire system. And it is on our devices that we store and work on critical data such as payments, banking information, access keys, medical, personal data, etc.

There are many ways to sort out security issues. But ensuring mobile protection is not an easy process, especially when you have to identify a threat in a given app and define its security level yourself. Most common methods follow a standard security practice, others are adapted for mobile app development.

Basic standard security practices include:
  • proper encryption of sensitive personal data, such as encryption of the local database, cache, or API communication
  • correct cryptographic key management and user session authorisation (tokens)
  • token validation - assigning one to each device separately and with different expiration times of sessions
  • proper implementation of safe communication standards, e.g certificate pinning in the case of HTTPs
  • and general OWASP-recommended checks that you can find in a mobile security review

Design a simple and intuitive UX/UI

Design is one of the keys to an app's success.

This is true for both B2C and B2B apps. People want to use mobile apps with a simple yet intuitive UX and UI. For example, a simple UI doesn’t obstruct the data user consumes in the app. A snappy UI adds a good feeling when using the app, but remember that intuitive UX is crucial for ease of use.

There are many other benefits of well-designed UX and UI. A well-thought-out registration process leads to better user acquisition and higher download numbers. The same goes with well designed onboarding. When it's simple and understandable, then users will stick with your app and probably recommend it to new users.

And if you rely on in-app purchases, make it clear what the user will get from buying virtual goods. It will help skyrocket the conversion rate.

Choose the right technology

How a mobile app is built is as impactful on its success as the way it works. If you want to build a successful application, you need to choose the right technology. There are three main options you can choose from.

  1. Platform-Specific Native App:
    Native apps are coded for a specific mobile platform — iOS or Android. The programming language used to write these apps is supported only by the operating systems of those platforms. A native app can leverage your device’s hardware and functionality to a large extent, which elevates the user experience.
  2. Cross-Platform Native App:
    Apps developed using this approach use shared SDKs (Software Development Kit), but they still run natively. React Native and Flutter are common technologies used to code cross-platform native apps.

    While you do lose some of the native advantages, this is still the most cost-effective approach if you are on a limited budget, but still want an app designed, optimized, and styled for more than one type of device.

  3. Hybrid App:
    A hybrid app is compatible with all devices and operating systems. Cost-effectiveness, portability and quick deployability are three major drivers of the popularity of the hybrid mobile app development approach.

    However, keep in mind that you don’t get the advantages of native components and native interaction patterns, so you sacrifice some of the app’s user experience.

    That being said, if you follow this approach for successful app development, you don’t need to write a different codebase for each platform. Instead, you can write one and use it on multiple platforms.