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Our clients come to us with an idea. We shape this idea into a sellable product. Our Experts help you finalize – the right technology, features, strategy to achieve a successful product with maximum penetration.
iOS | Android | Hybrid
Native (iOS/Android) and Cross-platform (HTML5/CSS3) development is our forte. Our experience includes app and web development for consumer and enterprise applications.
White Labeling | Re-skinning | SDKs
Our proprietary code repositories such as trivia game , visual effects (TouchFX) and physics game engines can be licensed and plugged into any application. Our catalog of 40+ games is licensed to multiple clients across HTML5 and Android platforms
UI/UX | Wire-framing | Mock-ups
Our dedicated team of artists and UX designers collaborate with you and convert your requirements into story boards, process flows, mock-ups, wire-frames, concluded with final art work and polish before product development.
Mobile MIS | Reporting Dashboards | Sales Tracking
Our experience in incubating and developing mobile initiatives of multiple SMBs and Enterprises positions us uniquely to define a development road map.We have created decisions support systems , mobile tracking and reporting systems for multiple clients.
Technology | Mobile | Gaming
We love Start-ups! We have worked with multiple Start-ups to bring their product to market providing guidance and teams specialized in working in an embryonic environment.
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And they have to be really good to exploit advanced features. For example, iOS 12 allows you to voice-enable your apps thru Siri extensions (even when your app is not running) Good luck doing that with hybrid (7/7) #sirikit #iOS12TH #iosdev #hybriddev
One of the products we're working on is well past market-validation. At this stage, the total cost (TCO) of hybrid development is higher than that of native development. But the catch is that these are radically different skill sets, for which you need different developers (6/7)
And because with hybrid you can't introduce advanced, OS-specific features as quickly as possible, you risk losing to competition (5/7)
New OS releases invariably make the existing versions of the Hybrid app buggy. Fixing these takes more time than with Native because of a whole range of lagging dependencies. (4/7)
In the beginning, your product won't have too many features. Plus, it doesn't make sense to blow your early stage budget on developing for just one platform, when your users are on both. But eventually the #hybrid approach reaches a point of diminishing returns. (3/7)