Apps are a great way to give your customers a specific experience that they can use whenever and wherever it suits them, on their mobile devices.
Our Mobile Apps Development Services are customised according to client needs, because by their nature mobile apps are unique, bespoke and provide specific experiences and functionality.
Our team, based in our offices in Bourne End near Maidenhead, will assess your requirements and make recommendations on how to approach your needs. This maybe one of the following:
We can build apps for iOS, Android, Windows phone and Node.js and whilst developing mobile apps we utilise our Agile Methodology to provide iterative workable solutions which clients can start using straight away.
Our team can work with your remotely or we can visit your offices to discuss your needs and go through the specifications. If you’re based in London, the Thames Valley or in the areas surrounding Maidenhead, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, then we can even come for a no obligation free initial meeting to discuss what you require.
Our mobile app developers for Android and iPhone apps are well versed with the latest tools and technology, including Objective C, SWIFT, XCode, bacon, Android Studio, Java, SQL Lite, BLE Peripheral, Firebase, OCR, Ionic and AdMob Integrations.
We can build apps for whatever platform you require. Most commonly we build for Android, Apple (iOS) and Windows phones.
Our mobile app developers for are well versed with the latest tools and technology, including Objective C, SWIFT, XCode, bacon, Android Studio, Java, SQL Lite, BLE Peripheral, Firebase, OCR, Ionic and AdMob Integrations.
Our aim is to provide an affordable approach to mobile app development, so that smaller businesses can have simple apps that extend how they service their customers.
We have worked on apps for small local projects in Marlow, to larger projects such as the Bookmycharge app supporting the national electric charging network, which was founded in Maidenhead.
You can see some of the examples of our work below: