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If you want to extend your business but don't have a mobile application yet, now is the best time to get started.

According to StatCounter, approximately 26% of the world's mobile systems market in 2020 comes from iOS.

In some countries, such as the United States and Japan, more people use iOS devices than Android. Sensor Tower spends more in the App Store - $72 billion on App Store vs. $38 billion on Google Play in 2020.
Building an iOS application is worth considering if you want to offer in-app purchases, but many other benefits exist. Creating apps in native technologies typically lets them perform better than web or cross-platform options.

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How can you ensure your success with an iOS app? Partnering with experienced developers will help take the development effort off your hands and create a customized solution to work for you. While you focus on your business, we integrate in-depth research into our high-quality design and programming, creating an exceptional iOS application meant just for you.
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Why choose native iOS app development?

Building an application for iOS will take much more time and resources than other platform options. However, the following are some of the pros to choosing this over a cross-platform or web application.

Impressive performance

Impressive performance

If you prioritize performance and fast load times, native development may be for you. Native iOS apps will run faster than cross-platform ones because they are written in Swift, supported by the platform's ecosystem.

Platform-specific features

Platform-specific features

The world of smartphones is constantly changing, but by using native applications for your needs, you can ensure that the features in your app will be up-to-date. For example, suppose there's a new biometric feature released on iOS or Android, and it's not available to developers through an SDK (software development kit). In that case, cross-platform apps won't have access to these newer features until another one comes out with support.

Dependability and support

Dependability and support

It is important to note that Swift languages are more mature than other cross-platform ones. It means they offer a much greater level of dependability when it comes to community support and development resources, as well as stability with the language itself through its official Apple backing.

Future-proof and scalable

Future-proof and scalable

If you're looking for a product that can grow with your needs, consider native iOS development. You won't have to worry about changes in Swift as the language is mature and well-supported. Additionally, because there's only one platform to configure when building an app (iOS), it'll be faster than cross-platform frameworks if you need to scale or modify features at any time!

In-house transfer options

In-house transfer options

If you plan to transfer the project in-house in the future, it's a good idea to go for native iOS development. It might be more challenging to find skilled cross-platform developers while building your team of native iOS developers shouldn't pose a big challenge.

Excellent UX/UI

Excellent UX/UI

Native iOS development results in a better app experience for your users. As native applications are written with only one platform in mind, there is no need to compromise on the user interface to work well on both platforms. Remember that when it comes to iOS native development, it's easier and faster to develop certain platform-specific features that may affect the UX, such as widgets or app clips. Also, keep in mind that the smooth and fast performance of a native application makes the user experience more satisfying

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Frequently asked questions

iOS is a mobile operating system created by Apple, Inc. for their mobile devices. It is the second most widely-used mobile operating system globally, and it powers many of its mobile products.

iOS application development is making software that works on Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch machines. The software is written in either Swift or Objective-C programming languages and then deployed to the App Store for users to download.

Objective-C and Swift are two main programming languages used to create an iOS app. While Objective-C is an older, obsolete language, Swift is the newest, fastest, most clear, and evolving market.

The cost of an app depends on different factors such as type of functionality, platform, etc. The budget that you have for your app can vary from $3k to $50k+. We've developed simple iPhone applications starting from $3 -8k, and complex mobile apps are also included in our portfolio ranging between $30-50k+. During the meeting, let's discuss all the details to suggest accurate quotes for developing your idea into a working prototype or a finished product.

It depends on your target audience, type of application, goals, and purpose of your business.

You need to know that iOS and Android app users behave differently. So if you launch on the wrong platform, you could be neglecting your primary target audience.

For now, let's assume your app is native. It means you will need to choose between Android and iOS apps. Here's why picking one over the other can be a challenge: The code for native apps doesn't work on both platforms. To have an app available in both stores, develop two different ones from scratch that meet the requirements of each operating system. Always you can create a mobile app with React Native or Flutter (cross-platform languages).

Despite controlling just 15% of the market, Apple App Store generates more revenue than Google Play.

Use a specialist; look at their experience. The application scope is not the only deciding factor. Often, customers select a contractor based on their portfolio. They might think, "these guys have already made an app for one restaurant, which means they'll do well making our app." But professionals on the development side know that similar previous work isn't necessarily proper for you.

In other words, apps created from the same components and controls will have similar features. The chat functionality in a dating app may suit you better than the other applications developed for food delivery services.

If your RFP is detailed enough, ask for estimated timelines and pricing. Customers often ask for an app but are unclear about what they truly want. They may try to compare the features and prices of different offerings before settling on a final decision. When a potential customer asks you, "How much does it cost to build a house?" imagine how we feel.

To ensure that your product is quantified according to accurate particulars, provide a detailed description of your services in an RFP (documentation after Feasibility Study). This way, the proposals from interested vendors should be more accurate and can compare competitors without worrying about contractors misunderstanding specifications.

Take on a trial contract with an agency or developer that will divide the work into specific agreements. If you need to develop an app from scratch, you'll need to first deal with business analysis and UI/UX. Isolate these tasks into individual contracts and use them to test your potential vendor.

The App Store is a platform on Apple devices for iPhone users that contains apps for all of the different functions like iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS. These apps can only be found in the store, while others are downloaded directly from the web.

The same situation as with the cost of a mobile app; it all depends on many factors. That's why the best solution is to contact us, and we will deliver product documentation that will include written-out development time.

People spend in front of the smartphone screen approximately 4h a day, according to eMarketer research. It means that a smartphone application can be a full-fledged channel for generating business. The growing dominance of mobile applications makes it much more difficult, if not impossible, to stay on the market without such a tool. What's more, having a mobile application, you have a chance to increase the visibility of your brand and reach a wider group of users.

Mobile app prototypes are not a panacea for all the ills of the mobile development process, but they can help in certain stages and phases. Do they fill the gap between an idea for a new application (potentially incorrect business feasibility) and its realization as a final product with solid functionality.

There are two ways to do that:
The prototype is the final stage in the mobile application development process. Usually, it's preceded by brainstorming with customers on a product feature and business model idea (with an existing project or not) and considering its financial feasibility. Sometimes prototyping may start before this step. Still, typically it begins once you have a business plan for your project ready, including its budget estimate based on market analysis and SWOT analysis. At this point, you can start thinking about what functionality will make your app successful in comparison with other apps competing for user attention.
Stages of creating a mobile app prototype: • Create sketches – get basic ideas down onto paper • Define screen interaction – start exploring ideas • Design screens – create detailed wireframes • Create high-fidelity mockups – visual design and interaction • Code the user interface - get a feel of rich interaction. Remember that different stages will be needed, depending on your project type. For example, based on my own experience designing a mobile app for kids, I chose sketching as an essential stage in creating prototypes and to test them with real users (although before sketching, I did some market analysis and defined business goals).

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