Our developers can develop multiple types of apps for your needs. This includes iOS, and Android. If you need a website to go with it, we also have a team of web developers.
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iOS Apps

Developing games and apps for iOS devices and computers may seem very daunting and challenging. The truth is, it’s not as very hard as you might have initially thought. Nowadays, there are a couple of resources such as Xcode 7, Swift, and Metal that you can use to help you or your team of programmers quickly learn to become an iOS app developer.

Apple has very specific guidelines that developers should comply. Failure to follow any of these guidelines would result in a rejection which means your app won’t get into Apple’s App Store.

Just to give you an idea on how your app should look or work like, it should pass satisfactorily in five categories: safety, design, performance, business, and legal.


All iOS apps shouldn't contain contents that are offensive or upsetting to the user. This means defamatory contents that target a specific race, religion, sex, race, sexual orientation, and gender is all prohibited. Animals being realistically tortured, killed, or abused are likewise not allowed. Moreover, encouraging the use of weapons and inviting overtly sexual materials are strongly forbidden. In addition, the app shouldn't cause any damage to any user's device or pose physical harm.

App Development

iOS apps should be simple yet innovative. They should also be refined and very easy to use. However, do note that apps that offer a degraded experience may be at anytime eliminated from the App Store. Apple does not like copycats. Therefore, come up with your own idea and make your own app come to life. In addition to making sure it’s unique, your app should be particularly useful and something that comes with a lasting entertainment value.


It's imperative that your apps have been evaluated and thoroughly tested for bugs. They should contain accurate metadata so customers would know what they're downloading or buying. If possible, the apps should be compatible with all users' iOS devices. They must be able to use power efficiently and should never prompt or require a restart of the device. Moreover, they should only use public APIs and be free from viruses or programs that may harm devices.


Make sure to properly explain your apps' business model in their metadata or App Review notes most especially if it's not very obvious. Your apps' functionalities and features such as in-app purchases should be easily understandable. Otherwise, your apps' review may be delayed and eventually, they'll be rejected. Your app should also be reasonably priced and should not inflate chart rankings using manipulated reviews.

App Development

This part here might be the most complicated most especially if you don't know that much about the copyright infringement and other business laws. The idea though is quite simple and that's to comply with all the legal requirements in all locations where you're making the apps available. The apps should conform not just to federal laws, but to local laws as well. One of the issues that are covered by the law is the protection of users' privacy. This means that users' personal data should be handled with utmost care and prudence at all times.

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Android App

The Android mobile operating system should be a perfect choice for programmers who want to build phone applications. What a coder needs to initially do is to thoroughly understand Android’s software development kit (SDK). .

Android apps are Java-based applications, thus the first thing you’ll need to start coding is the Java Development Kit. After which, you can install an IDE to get a set of tools such as a compiler, debugger, and much more. Next, you should get Android’s Software Development Kit and install it on your system.

Note that coders don’t necessarily have to own an Android device to build apps, because an emulator is already made available alongside the SDK. The Android Virtual Device would allow a coder to quickly test an app that he or she is creating.

With all those pre-requisites already taken into account, you should be ready to start your journey of creating an Android app.

But how do you increase your chances of successfully launching an Android app?

Take a moment to read and really understand the publishing workflow to successfully make your Android apps available to all users.

Make sure to understand and follow the program policies of Google Play. Repeated violations can lead to suspension of your apps or termination of your developer account.

Test the quality of your app by testing it against a short set of criteria that works for all apps. Click here to get a comprehensive list of quality guidelines.

 Confirm the content rating level of your app.

Decide in which countries or territories do you want your apps distributed to. While it’s quite easy to say you’d want your apps available in all countries, you have to take note that not all of them have the same rules when it comes to app usage. Moreover, business needs, launch dependencies, and app requirements may differ in different countries.
Confirm the overall size of your app. Note that the maximum size for an APK that’s published on Google Play is only 100MB. Should your app exceeds 100MB, you can use up to two APK Expansion files which are 2GB in size.
Determine your app’s platform and its screen compatibility ranges. Your app should run properly and look good on various screen sizes.
Decide whether or not you’re making your app available for free to all users. Note that an app that’s published as free must remain free forever. Meanwhile, a priced app may be changed to a free app at anytime. Moreover, you can also sell subscriptions and in-app products.
Consider Android Pay or In-App billing for the digital content you’re selling.

Assess your localization needs and also make sure that your apps are internationalized. In order to learn more about the key steps and considerations in the localization process, check this <a href=”https://developer.android.com/distribute/best-practices/launch/localization-checklist”>link.</a>

Showcase your app by supplying several high-quality graphic assets such as screenshots and videos. Make sure they look attractive and professional.
Promote your apps on your store listing pages by making use of Google Play’s colorful graphics, videos, and more.

Take advantage of Google Play’s Badge generator to quickly link your products to users. This is a good way of promoting your apps to Android users.


Sign in to the Developer Console and take some time to do some final checks. Note that you may also need to release some updates after publishing your app. In order to learn more about the requirement for publishing updates, check this <a href=”https://support.google.com/googleplay/android-developer/answer/113476?hl=en&topic=2365760&ctx=topic”>link.</a>

Make sure to provide prompt and courteous support to your customers after launch. This will not only provide users with a positive experience, but it will likely make them share the app with other users.

Alright, you are done building your app and you are excited to launch it. Before you get a rest and take your well-deserved vacation, you must look for an appealing and fully-featured admin panel from the Internet.

An admin panel, also referred to as the Administration Application, Back-end, or Control Panel, is an interface where site officials and administrators can change the look of their app and website. It is a must-have for web applications as they can make the lives of web administrators relatively easy. Here’s a short list of what admin panels can do for you:

  • Ability to again use data handling codes
  • Ability to again use partial templates
  • Add new extensions such as languages, components, plug-ins, and modules
  • Ability to transition an administrative-only feature to the general public
  • Option for developers to create their own panels to help with the tasks they often perform

Do note that the success or failure of an app is very much dependent on how well you know your clients and preferences. As much as possible, keep track of any activities within the app and make decisions based on the information you’ve gathered.