Mobile Applications Development
The mobile applications nowadays are getting more and more popular worldwide. The time users are spending in mobile apps is continuing to grow; according to new data released by analytics firm Flurry, we’re up to 5 hours per day on our mobile devices. According to TechCrunch trends the time spent in mobile apps had increased 69 percent year-over-year.
Since last years here at Everlink we built plenty of custom mobile applications for our customers. Our mobile app development service extends to all major mobile platforms, including iPhone and iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone as well as wearable technology like Apple Watch and Android Wear.
The mobile app is becoming as important in establishing a business’ credibility as the website was a few years ago. Branded apps establish a deeper connection between company and customer, and can take many forms: mobile commerce portals, service directories, even games.
So, we develop mobile applications for:
- iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch
iOS is ruling the market as its always a prime choice for smartphone users. Everlink has proven excellence in developing intuitive and feature-rich iOS applications by embracing latest iOS technologies and mobile trends. We design engaging, scalable and high-performing UI controls that are strictly in line with Apple’s user guidelines to deliver an exclusive user experience to target audience.
Currently the Android platform serves one billion users, which is more than any other mobile operating system. The open platform is available on a multitude of different smartphones and tablets as well as wearables through the Android Wear operating system. We develop on all major manufacturer devices, including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, and more. The open platform is available on 4,000 unique device models from over 400 manufacturers. If you are developing on Android, you can expect to reach a diverse set of consumers, professionals, gamers, students, and more.
- Windows Phone
The world’s dominant desktop operating system is making serious inroads on mobile devices. Microsoft’s own tablet, the Surface, is a model for blending business productivity with media consumption. The Nokia Windows Phone line includes high-resolution cameras and speedy hardware. Developers are finding that the demand for apps on Windows mobile devices can lead to more exposure and more downloads with less marketing effort.