We develop multi-platform mobile apps, targeting Android, iPhone/iPad, Windows Phone 7 (WP7), and Blackberry. Our apps range from games to business apps, from entertainment to productivity tools. We can publish your apps on the market, or help you self deploy apps for internal use.
Why should you target multiple devices?
In a study of 14,701 Americans, The Nielsen Company reported that 29 percent of those postpaid mobile subscribers surveyed owned an Android-based phone, compared to 27 percent who said they owned an iOS device and 27 percent who owned RIM device of some sort. The Windows family of devices has a 10 percent market share, Nielsen reported, followed by 4 percent for HP and its PalmOS, and just 2 percent for Symbian. [PC Mag]
With our background in developing for multiple mobile platforms, we help you reach your target market on the devices they use.
- Developed a contact management app for the Android phone called Emergency Contact and won a Google Android Device Challenge contest, rated by 250,000 users. The app earned $40,000 the first month AFTER THE CONTEST, without any marketing efforts on our part.
- For the Windows phone, we developed an app for a national security company that tracks the security guards movements/positions. It reminds the guards hourly to take a photo of their location. The photo is GPS tagged, then uploaded to company headquarters. The app allows the company’s managers to verify guards are following assigned patrols and helps assist the guards in their hourly reports.
- We developed a real estate app targeting multiple mobile devices, which displays all information about a property the realtor is showing to potential buyers. The app syncs with their appointment and contact manager software, provides reminder alarms, enables users to create templates, and schedule follow up emails.
Screenshots of some of our mobile apps