1. Increasing your visibility on all platforms to reach your customers.

2. Being able to market prices, promotions, company updates with real-time push notifications.

3. improving customer engagement and brand loyalty

4. surpassing your competition with the latest cutting-edge technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality.

  • Native Mobile Apps

    A Native Application is an application developed for the two most popular platforms, Android and iOS. When developing for Android, a native application is developed in Android Studio with Java and Kotlin as the languages. For iOS, the IDE is Xcode and the language can be both Objective-C and Swift.

    The advantage of native apps is that they optimize the user experience. By being designed and developed specifically for that platform, they look and perform better than cross-platform or hybrid apps. Native apps built specifically for a platform can offer unhindered access to an array of device functions, features, and apps including device cameras, microphones, GPS, accelerometer; device notifications, calendar, etc. Native apps also allow access to the full power of the built-in GPUs. For instance, SceneKit and SpriteKit are two frameworks respectively for 3D game and 2D game development that comes packed with the iOS SDK.

    The disadvantage is that you will need to develop and maintain two separate apps, as a result increasing costs, effort, and time to market.

  • Cross-Platform Apps

    Cross-platform apps work on multiple operating systems platforms with a single code base. Developers can build once and publish to multiple platforms which result in reduced costs and faster development time. If a bug is found in a common codebase it needs to be fixed only once.

    Since each platform has its own features, creating a cross-platform application that provides a superior user experience across ‘all’ platforms can be a challenge since the developers will not be able to harness the unique capabilities of an individual platform.

    Consult with a Genvate expert to see which type of app is right for you.

  • Step 1: Discovery: Thorough analysis of all of the requirements and user stories.

    Step 2: Design: Wireframing, UX (User-Experience) Design, UI (User-Interface)Designing, and Prototyping

    Step 3: Back-end Development: Database design; User management; Push notifications; Server-side logic and structure

    Step 4: Front-end Development: Development of the UI screens and making them functional.

    Step 5: Testing

    Step 6: App submission and deployment

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