Swift, Java for Android ,or Cross-Platform
Let your business goals dictate whether you choose a native iOS app, native Android app, or cross-platform mobile app. Required features can have just as much of an impact on development language as the expertise of the team that will be maintaining the codebase after launch.
Native mobile or Progressive Web Applications
No two apps are the same, nor should their technical decisions match. Depending on how frequently your user base engages with your app and why they use it, a progressive web app may be a better fit for your project than a native mobile app downloaded through the App Store or Google Play. By prioritizing the business outcomes your app produces, our team will guide you toward which solution is the best fit for you.
Smartphone and Tablet
Mobile applications should always be intuitive and easy to use. A big part of that comes down to use of space on a display, and it is so much more strategic than just making everything bigger to fit a tablet’s larger screen. We design Android and iPhone apps with single-handed use in mind. While we expect an Android Tablet and iPad app to support usage of accessories like a keyboard or Pencil. Intentional design for smartphone and tablet takes into consideration the strengths and limitations of each device.