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I am Daniel Jones, Working with Kiwitech as app developer. I enjoy exploring apps on various mobile platforms.
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Each & Every mobile app is developed with the prediction that it will give outstanding results in the future. Choosing the right platform for creating mobile app, I think its the right decision. The download will be more and with this the user will increase, which will lead to more number of updates required for the app.
There are numerous criteria you developed to utilize when choosing the right platform for mobile application development. Here are some few things you should believe when make a decision on an application development platform:
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For developing your app use Eclipse or Studio (last one still in beta), from google developer website
When making an app, check what permissions u need and try to make it available to as many platforms (android versions) as possible, given the constraints of your code. If possible, try to include version checking code so your app will be able to run on older android versions as well.
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My Mobile Innovations is a USA based mobile application Development Company. we develop apps for #iOS, #Android and many more.
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Hello People It Depends on your mobile application development platform and what kind of make you mobile apps i am simply say which type you want to make application for example game, information ,e-commerce application. you can make both platform apps iOS and Andriod Apps.
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Affle AppStudioz is a Singapore-HQ mobile application development company. It is the development wing of Affle MAAS (Mobile Audience as Service) platform, specializing in UX, design and mobility. As a research led engineering company, Affle AppStudioz has a team of 300+ professionals that specializes in using Agile Scrum methodology for developing mobile apps. We have an expertise in developing world class apps in Entertainment, Healthcare, Retail, Media, Augmented reality, Enterprise Mobility, Finance, etc.
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The most important determining factor when it comes to selecting your mobile app development platform is your target audience. In case app targets the mass market, you want to make sure the most popular platforms such as IOS and Android are your priorities. If the business community is your primary target, corporate-based platforms like BlackBerry make a great choice.
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I made apps both for IOS and Android systems, but the workload was better on IOS. The reason for this was that the application was fee-paying, and it is known that iPhones' fee-paying apps are downloaded better. Applications I ordered on midamobile.com.
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Here are some things should keep in mind when choosing the mobile platform:
Focus on target audience: It is essential that you should keep your focus on the target audience while creating the app and choose the platform which is helpful for your product and services for the better desired results.
Piracy rates: iOS apps have less piracy issues as compared to android app but android app can be created and shared easily.
Native app development or cross platform mobile app: If you are thinking to make single app then you should go for native app development platform and if you wish to make common app for android, windows and iOS app collectively then you should go for cross development platform.
Ease of use: You should prefer the coding language app to make the system understand which platform is easier in creating the app itself.
Heavy load: It depends on which operating system is using for your app because some operating system bear all types of workload which the app puts on it and other platforms can run limited number of features. To know about the weight load of app, discuss with your app developing team and as per the app features, decide which operating system will be suitable for your app.
Reliability: It is very important that you check the app's reliability and ensure that app does not crash as user starts taking the use of the application because both the company name and app reputation totally depends on your mobile app performance.
ROI: IOS will be best for ROI purposes in terms of increasing the company revenue while android and windows are well in terms of marketing the services of company.
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