This U.S. based Client is a start-up company, focused on a concept and software application that will unite the world of fantasy sports and sports gambling. The Client wished to capitalize on the growing popularity of fantasy sports and sports betting with a world-class platform, that would provide a unique perspective and make a positive difference in the sports and sports gambling community by encouraging social impact and community charitable outreach.
This Australia-based Client is start-up business and wishes to build a B2B eCommerce platform to align the needs of shop owners and suppliers. Its market vision is to identify and provide a transaction process for suppliers and shop owners using a B2B portal delivered via a mobile application.
When a business launches a mobile application project, it must decide how available development platforms will help it achieve its goals. What is their target market? What kind of application have they conceived and what kinds of devices will it need to satisfy in order to be accessible, and perform the way the business needs it to perform so that the business will succeed. In this article, we provide three market considerations that may help the business decide whether the Android development environment is right for your business needs.
Don’t Be Intimidated! You Can Achieve Your Mobile App Vision!
I have had many conversations with friends and colleagues who are struggling to justify the development of a mobile application. Some want to develop a business application to improve productivity, connectivity and collaboration and access for business users and some have a great idea for a mobile app for consumers but nearly every one of them is stalled by the idea that it will be too expensive, that they don’t have the skills inside their own organization or that they have no idea how to get started.
Have an Idea for an Android Mobile App? You Can Do It!
If your business is looking for a way to expand revenue, you may want to consider developing an Android mobile application. That prospect may seem daunting, because of the time and money required to complete that kind of project, but it doesn’t have to be.
Hybrid Mobile Apps and Expert Mobile App Development Advance Your Business!
If you have an idea for a mobile application, you have to decide whether to create the app for Android or Apple devices…or do you? Today, every successful business or consumer app is designed to operate on iOS and Android devices and it is easy to understand why. Both operating systems are popular, and Android, Apple Phones, iPads and Smart Watches all represent growing markets for business and consumer apps. Users do not want to be constrained by single platform choices. They might, in fact, have both types of devices and use them in the office or at home. SO, if you are going to design a new mobile application, you will want to plan on hybrid mobile application development.
When a business is considering a hybrid mobile application project, it may be daunted by the what appears to be the complexity and expense of developing a cross-platform mobile application development. As with any other subject, if you want to consider your options, you first need to understand the possibilities and what support and strengths each of these options may provide. In this article, we will first summarize the various ways a business can approach cross-platform hybrid mobile apps. Then we will dive into the Flutter framework for mobile app development with three things to know about the Google offering and how it supports cross-platform mobile application development.
The Android environment is popular for Android mobile app development and for hybrid mobile application development. There are many tools available to the Android mobile app developer. In this article, we discuss three of the most popular tools to support your mobile application development project and your development team.
If your business is considering a hybrid mobile application project, the concept of cross-platform mobile application development may seem daunting but it need not be. In this article, we will first summarize the various ways a business can conceptualize cross-platform hybrid mobile apps and then dive in to discuss the Ionic framework for mobile app development with three facts you may find helpful.
Oh the woes of an Android owner. There are so many iPhone devices out there now that, even the impressive growth of the Android market seems to be overshadowed by the iPhone owner and developer base. But, that should not discourage a business, an IT consultant or a developer. There is plenty of need for Android apps and plenty of customer interest in new apps for Android devices.