Android applications

Android applications

Mobile applications have become an integral part of almost every person. Nowadays, it is safe to say that the Google Android operating system dominates the mobile OS market. This is primarily due to the huge popularity of phones running this operating system. Mobile application for this platform - access to millions of users around the world.


Android application development provides new facilities:

1. For corporate applications (allows to automate business processes, receive feedback from customers, monitor and analyze employee efficiency, etc.)

2. For online stores and services (gives an additional channel to attract customers, allows to increase customer loyalty to your company, allows to use marketing tools more effectively)

3. For startups (a huge audience of users of different ages and social groups)


Stages of Android mobile applications development:

1. Analysis

We take into account all your wishes regarding a product, analyze, elaborate concepts, discuss the process of work.

2. Software prototyping

Request for design modification. Created layouts depict schematically the main pages, pre-testing usability testing is carried out.

3. Design

Application design development is based on customer preferences and available information.

4. Programming

At this stage, developers create codes for the future application.

5. Testing.

6. Preview release.  A full-value working version of the application, which is necessary for possible errors identification and shortcomings in the work.

7. Application delivery. After correction, when the application is completely ready for work and can be uploaded to the app stores, we deliver it to the client.

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Our Process

1. Initiation

Project team formation, project chartering and kick-off

2. Planning

Defining the detailed work breakdown, identifying resource requirements, finalizing the schedule and preparing for the actual work.

3. Execution

Performing the actual work required by the project definition and scope.

4. Monitor and Control

The actual management, reporting

5. Project Close

Delivery of the project

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