Secure Mobile apps should be a top priority for every mobile app developer. While security is often overlooked in mobile app design, every developer believes their app is most secure, and at the same time are afraid someone is going to hack their mobile app platform.
Choosing the best Mobile App Development Tools is always a challenge. Apart from the straight forward basic development tools like XCode for iOS development from Apple, there are a number of other tools to consider if you are serious about mobile apps.
Over the last few years of working with clients and meeting prospects for mobile app development in Orange County, CA, we kept hearing the same things over and over again:
- Where do we start?
- How much does it cost?
(Updated: 15 May 2017)
Selecting mobile app developers is hard. It is almost same as selecting a painter for your house or a mechanic to fix your car.
Can you afford not to consider losing out from choosing the wrong platform for your next big mobile app development project? When it comes to all things mobile, iOS vs Android is the only initial question. As a mobile app development company, one should always consider the pros and cons of choosing the right launch platform. Once successful, you can always expand to the other platforms.
- There are over 2.2 billion (with a ‘b”) smartphone users in the world.
- 48% Buy from Smartphone on Amazon.
- Majority of emails (above 60%) are opened on smartphones.
- And, U.S. annual mobile ad spending will reach $72 billion by 2021
Picking a iBeacon Mobile App Developer can be tricky and stressful. Not to mention, there are not many developers with the expertise and deep rooted understanding of app development let alone ibeacon technology.
Originally answered by Ram Iyer, President of Sunvera Software on QUORA in response to:
Many times we walk into client meetings and immediately get asked, “What are the three most important things in rolling out a mobile app development project?” Of course, each client is different so we respond accordingly. However, we started to notice a common theme in our responses when we were dealing with decision makers.