Your app on the App and Play store

iOS and Android apps

Over 6 billion people worldwide use Android or iOS on a daily basis. Bring your idea to life through these platforms and address this huge market with your own application on the App and Play store.

When to choose an iOS and Android app?

We only recommend developing a native application in a few cases. More development and maintenance is required to build an iOS/Android app as opposed to a web application. For applications which require a lot of interaction with the user or the device, this is often the correct decision.

Do I opt for iOS or Android?

Because we use the latest technologies, it is possible to launch an application with (almost) the same code on both platforms. As such, it is not necessary to manage two different teams, which reduces costs and makes it easier to implement changes. Your application will be available on both platforms.

Investment
€ 25.000+
Timing
3+ months
We will contact you within 24 hours to set up an appointment.
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Rated 4.8/5 on average
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Characteristics of our applications

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Secure by default

To ensure that all data in the application is properly secured, we take various precautions. Passwords are encrypted with a powerful algorithm and access to data is limited in what a user is allowed to see and interact with.

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Comprised of modules

During the ideation phase of an application, ideas are often in abundance. To ensure that we can develop an application at a fast pace, we divide functionalities into different modules. We build these modules one by one.

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Deep integration

Native apps have the advantage of integrating deeply with the device and therefore with its user. This includes sending text messages, using location data, sending push notifications, etc.

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Accessible API

Next to the visible part of the application (front-end), there is also a large part which is not visible to the user (back-end). Building the application in this way ensures that programmatic access can be given to data and operations, known as an API. Having an API separate from the front-end is ideal when you want to connect to other (internal) systems.

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Connecting to other systems

All our applications are fully customizable, allowing us to connect to other systems for a better user experience or less administrative work. An example is simplifying the login and registration by integrating with Facebook, Google and Apple or setting up a connection with Mollie to handle online payments.

A trusted development process

We build all native applications using the same process which we are constantly improving. As such, we end up with the best possible end result every time.

A trusted development process

We build all native applications using the same process which we are constantly improving. As such, we end up with the best possible end result every time.

  • 01

    Introduction

    Before we start an analysis, it is important to understand the vision for the application. During an introductory meeting we get to know you and ask a lot of questions until we fully understand the idea.

  • 02

    Analysis

    After the meeting we can start working on the various modules of the application. You will receive a detailed quote in which everything is clearly explained without technical jargon and in which we immediately distinguish between required and optional modules. This allows for you to decide what exactly will be developed.

  • 03

    Wireframes

    Based on the analysis and the chosen modules, we will start creating wireframes. Wireframes correspond to “the architect’s plan” in which we define the optimal user flows and structure of the application. We discuss these wireframes with you and explain the thought process behind our choices.

  • 04

    Design

    In this phase we create a visually attractive and interactive design for the application. Of course, we use the structure that was determined during the wireframing phase. After discussing the design we will make adjustments or variations where necessary.

  • 05

    Development

    In this phase we convert the design into code and implement all technical aspects. Rather than developing everything at once, we work on a module by module basis, which allows us to quickly reach a workable application. Through this approach, it is possible to rearrange module priorities as needed during development.

  • 06

    Testing

    After the base and the first modules have been developed, we will launch a test version. Internally, we check the quality of the application each time a module is added. In addition to our internal monitoring, you (and your team) can install the test version to follow along.

  • 07

    Launch

    Once all modules have been developed, we proceed to launch the application on the App (iOS) and Play (Android) store. During this process Android and Apple will check the application, as soon as they have approved the application, it will be available to download.

  • 01
    Introduction
  • 02
    Analysis
  • 03
    Wireframes
  • 04
    Design
  • 05
    Development
  • 06
    Testing
  • 07
    Launch

Building on strong technology

As tech enthusiasts, we spend a lot of time on our technical setup as it has a huge impact on our capabilities, flexibility and speed. Our way of working is the result of critical thinking and the urge to improve what we have to offer.

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When developing applications for Android and iOS you normally work in two different languages with different conventions. React Native ensures that we only need one language for both platforms. This framework was created by Facebook, is completely open-source and is actively being developed. Some examples of companies using this technology are Airbnb, Facebook, and Bloomberg.

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This technology for developing APIs is, like React Native, developed by Facebook and also completely open-source. The advantage of this technology is that it is possible to retrieve only the data we need in the front-end. As such, we do not receive any unnecessary peripheral data. This is a difference from a more traditional REST approach where there are standard endpoints that always send the same pieces of data, regardless of which ones are needed.

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Not only the front-end, but the back-end as well is programmed in JavaScript. This has the advantage of working in one and the same language, therefore the coding is more efficient. This technology is used worldwide by companies such as Netflix, LinkedIn, and eBay, and is also open-source.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When to choose an iOS or Android app?

    Native applications have some advantages over web applications including being available on the App (iOS) and Play (Android) store and integrating more deeply with the physical device. Despite these advantages, it is not always recommended to develop a native application as it requires more time to develop and maintain the application. Web applications are more and more a better alternative as web browsers such as Chrome and Safari are gaining more and more access to the device (e.g. location, camera, …).

  • How long does it take to build an iOS or Android application?

    Every application is unique both in design and in code. The lead time of building an application depends on what is needed. The minimum period for building an application is 3 months from the start of the design phase.

  • How much does an iOS or Android application cost?

    Developing a native application for iOS and Android is an investment in a product or service that will create value for your business over the years. It is possible to build a native application from € 25.000. Our way of working allows us to share code between the iOS and Android platforms, something that is not normally the case. This allows us to develop native applications faster for a lower budget.

  • What are the advantages of an iOS or Android application?

    There are two major advantages with building an iOS or Android application. Your application will appear in the App (iOS) or Play (Android) store which means more opportunities to create visibility for the application. In addition, you can make a deeper connection with the physical device of the user which allows for more advanced functionalities, think of sending push notifications at certain locations, automatically sending or reading SMS messages, etc.

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