We specialize in creating cross platform mobile applications that reuse as much code as possible. What does this mean in the real world? We take advantage of the Xamarin development tools to write native iOS and Android applications while being able to share much of the business logic which save time and development costs. While other platforms exist, we primarily focus on iOS and Android applications as they comprise of 99% of the worldwide smartphone operating system market.
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iOS has nearly 13% market share but has some of the most active and brand loyal customers of all the mobile platforms. iOS revolutionizes the mobile industry when it introduced the iPhone in 2007. We have experience in creating iOS apps for all sorts of scenarios from data entry, to internal facing mobile CRM’s, and more.
Android from Google has nearly 86% market share and has seen explosive growth since it was introduced in 2008. Android software also runs on devices such as Amazon’s FireTV allowing us to also create apps for that platform. Android users and devices are a bit more diverse than iOS resulting in additional OS versions to support and a myriad of devices from different manufacturers.
In the traditional sense, iOS apps would be written in Objective-C or Swift and Android applications are in Java. Xamarin bridges the gap by letting developers write applications in C# that target both platforms natively. By us utilizing Xamarin, we can create apps faster, reusing as much code as possible and reduce the maintenance costs down the road.
Various approaches can be taken when developing mobile applications. You can read about the different approaches below and see why we use and recommend Xamarin.