Mobile development
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Mobile development

We create mobile applications individually for each client, from concept development to the publishing of a successful product.

Workflow

1Analysis

We write specifications for development, taking into account business processes, customer technologies and user’s needs.

2Prototype

We think it through and work out user’s scenarios, the logic of the project and make prototypes of all screens.

3Design

We develop a unique design for the corporate identity of the customer.

4Development

We write a clean, maintainable code. We set up a stable operation of the application / site.

5Testing

We conduct testing. This ensures the functionality of the applications and websites and allows to fix any errors before the release of the program.

6Support

We monitor the stability of the application, update apps for new devices and versions of iOS and Android.

Despite the fact that the development of mobile applications is a difficult task, we are confident that using a application should be simple. The experience with your application should be memorable, it should enchant and make your client use it again and again. We work on our projects with the most advanced technologies, such as voice communication, the Internet of things, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality and much more. Our company creates an application individually for each client, we will help you at all stages: from concept development to the implementation of a successful product. Regardless of how big your organization or industry is, we will create an application specifically for your needs. The products of the Doubletapp team give your customers a unique interaction experience and meet all the user's expectations.

Used technologies

MOBILE / IOS
Objective-C
AFNetworking
Masonry
Typhoon
Swift
SwiftUI
RxSwift
Realm
Alamofire
Apollo (GraphQL)
SnapKit
Swinject
CoreML
ARKit
CoreData
Clean Architecture
MOBILE / ANDROID
Java
Kotlin
Clean Architecture
RxJava
Dagger 2
Room
Retrofit
OkHttp
MOBILE / REACT NATIVE
Expo
Mobx
Redux
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Braintree
Stripe
GoogleMaps
Mapbox
Branch
Firebase
Appsee
Crashlytics

Order mobile app development

Inspired to create a mobile application? Write to us and we will consult you on all questions.

Our experience

Alibra School

Website and mobile application for navigating the UMN festival.

Elixir Gallery

A tool for improving your skills in praktikal shooting.

Adventure Aide

Applications for learning foreign languages for the federal network of schools ALIBRA SCHOOL.

FAQ

What is a mobile app?
A mobile application is a program that runs on your phone. It can be either integrated into the system initially or installed from third-party sources. Our company develops applications for phones and devices running Android and iOS (iPadOS) since these two platforms are currently the most common in the world.
Do I need a mobile app?
If it’s important for consumers of your product to remain mobile and to use your services quickly and easily, you definitely need an application. Modern users spend most of their time on the phone and the phone is a means of access to all available information. A mobile application can simplify this way of accessing and interacting with your products and services.
Is it possible to develop an application once for both platforms?
Yes, using cross-platform solutions, such as React Native and Flutter, you can develop an application once but immediately for both platforms. This approach often helps to save time and money during development of not very complex applications.
What is a native application?
A native application is an application that has been developed for use on a specific platform. Their main advantage is that they are optimized for a specific operating system. Due to this, they are more stable and responsive than applications created using cross-platform technologies.
The difference between a cross-platform and a native application?
Since cross-platform technologies are used to develop cross-platform applications that should allow you to implement the same functionality on different platforms, such technologies generalize the approach of working with system resources and often only use the parts that are common or similar on different platforms. Due to this, the flexibility of the approach is greatly reduced and some things that could be done simply in the native application, in cross-platform they require serious efforts. As a result, there is an opportunity found to save time and cut development costs in the initial stages, but in the future the need to use a cross-platform in a project may become a serious problem for the development of the application.
Is it better to choose a native or a cross-platform application?
It all depends on your tasks. If your application doesn’t have a complicated structure, all the elements included are standard, or you need to release quickly a prototype that can be tested on both platforms, then cross-platform technology is the best in this case. In all other cases, it is better to choose native solutions.
If an application is developed with the help of cross-platform technologies, why is the price not halved? After all, it is written once.
Despite the fact that the cross-platform application is written once, the means by which the development takes place are still far from perfection. A cross-platform solution should be able to work with elements of two completely different operating systems. That is the reason why there is no flexibility existing in native development tools. A Cross-platform solution usually provides some kind of general solution. But if you need to do something which this solution is not intended for, you will have to modify the code for both platforms. And besides the platform-specific code itself, there is a need to embed it in the development platform.
I’ve heard that it takes a very long time for Apple to validate the application. Can this process be accelerated?
It has been a long time since it was a real problem. These days, app reviews in the App Store do not exceed three days (in the worst case). The average review time is 1 day.

Blog

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