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Which is the Best Cross Platform Framework for Mobile Apps and Games?
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5 Things You Need to Know Before You Hire Mobile App Developers
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Hello from the bots side – Conversational Commerce ft. Facebook Messenger Chatbots
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Keeping Your App Users Stick To Your App – Here’s How The World Is Doing It
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Conversational Commerce – 2016 will take a step further in the online buying journey
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In 2016, Apps would most likely be back to their “basics”
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Poor Mobile Experience Leads to $24bn Loss for US Retailers
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$21.4 Billion Market Size Predicted for India’s Mobile Industry in 2015
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4 Tips for iPhone App Development
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Well Equipped Digital Lab of Capital Numbers

Cross-platform programming refers to writing codes and developing software that will work on two or more platforms.  Cross-platform programming software has an added advantage. Normally, if an application has to be developed for different platforms (i.e., Windows, Linux or Macintosh), you would have to create multiple versions of the app using different source trees. While this may seem practical, it is very expensive in terms of developmental costs. So cross-platform programming software helps to create multiple versions of the same app, suitable for multiple platforms, without having to create separate code bases. The majority of game development companies in India uses the best cross platform framework for mobile while developing games.

There are a lot of  cross platform frameworks for mobile development available in the market. The popular choices include PhoneGap, Sencha Touch, Native Script, Appcelerator, and Unity. Of these, Unity looks to be the leader in cross-platform programming software, as it has the most advantages and the least disadvantages of the lot. Below, we discuss the points which make Unity 3D the best choice for Mobile Apps and games. This will be done through a comparative article.

You can choose from the following comparison of the best framework for cross platform mobile development tools according to your requirement.

1. PhoneGap

PhoneGap
PhoneGap, also known as Apache Cordova, is one of the most popular platforms available. They use JavaScript, HTML, and CSS when developing their applications.

Advantages:

As there is no dearth of programmers with experience in HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, PhoneGap makes use of their skills. This, in turn, reduces training time and increases workflow, which then helps businesses operate without any hiccups.

  • It is open source and free of cost.
  • PhoneGap is very versatile in nature. It allows users who are not using a platform, to develop apps for that particular platform. For example, users who are not familiar with Mac can now develop apps for other iOS platforms and vice versa.

Disadvantages:

PhoneGap is known for being a poor performer when it comes to graphics intensive games and software. Plug-ins are available in order to rectify this. However, most of the time, the plug-ins found are either outdated or not supported.

2. Sencha Touch

SenchaTouch

Sencha Touch was developed by Sencha Inc, and is a cross-platform programming software that heavily relies on hardware acceleration techniques. It is mostly used for the development of large business applications and their maintenance. It primarily uses HTML5 as its programming language.

Advantages:

  • Sencha Touch has a lot of inter-operable sub-apps like Sencha Architect or Sencha Touch Charts, which can be used with Sencha Touch with ease.
  • It can be integrated with PhoneGap for native API access and packaging.
  • Attractive themes are available for each platform.

Disadvantages:

  • The themes that Sencha Touch offers are very limited and not easily available.
  • The commercial licensing of this app is ambiguous and hard to understand.

3. Native Script

NativeScript Framework

Developed by Telerik and community, Native Script is an open-source multi-platform programming software that is primarily used to develop apps on iOS and Android platforms. It offers every native Application Program Interface in JavaScript for most mobile platforms.

Advantages:

  • It can use any JavaScript library that isn’t reliant on the internet.
  • Declarative UI support is offered, which means you can create the app UI once and then use it on other supported platforms.
  • Perhaps the most important feature of Native Script 2.0 is its ability to integrate with Angular 2, an open source web application framework. They can now be used to build cross-platform mobile applications.

Disadvantages:

  • Multithreading is a recurrent issue that may or may not be corrected in later versions.
  • Its features are lacking the appropriate documentations and examples for us to understand it thoroughly.

4. Appcelerator Titanium

AppceleratorTitanium Framework

Appcelerator Titanium is one of the best framework for cross platform mobile development. Its the main purpose is to build native apps using only a single JavaScript code base. It is known for providing tools that help in rapid application development.

Advantages:

  • A prototype can be tested using this framework. User interaction with the UI is heavily monitored and evaluated.
  • There is various value-added tools and services like app analytics or as Backend-as-a-Service (BAAS)  available. It also provides a marketplace for third party components.

Disadvantages:

  • It is known to experience bugs and lags.
  • There is not adequate support provided by its Customer Support.

5. Unity

Unity Game Engine

Unity is a cross-platform engine that specializes in game development. It has an inbuilt IDE (Integrated Development Environment). It is used for developing games for multiple platforms, consoles and mobile devices.  It is the most efficient among all the platforms that are available for game development.

There are numerous advantages and minimal disadvantages to using Unity 3D that make it a popular choice for game developers.

Advantages:

  • It’s probably the best way to start programming and fare better compared to all other gaming frameworks, which is why it is a popular choice for beginners as well.
  • Unity provides a wide range of scripting languages like C#, JavaScript, Boo etc., which makes it easier for a wide range of programmers to adopt and learn.
  • It is both free and fully featured, which allows a wider range of programmers to access it, and can help to drive the gaming industry forward.
  • Developers use Unity when they are leaning towards more graphics-heavy gaming or other visual applications. Its lighting improvements, including PBS (Physically Based Shading) and other lighting components, have kept Unity at the forefront for a long time in this industry.
  • It also covers a wide range of platforms, ranging from operating systems like Windows and Mac, consoles like PlayStation and Xbox, and Windows-based phones, WiiU, PS vita, Android TV, etc. It is also compatible with Virtual Reality Platforms.

Disadvantages:

There are hardly any disadvantages to speak of, namely because of its widespread success in the gaming industry. With the newest lighting features, the visual appearance of Unity’s gaming engine has almost replaced both the UE4 engine and the CryEngine.
After careful evaluation of the above points, it is safe to say that Unity is easily the go-to software framework program, both for beginner programmers and for experienced ones, who want to make their games more beautiful and realistic.

It is a challenging job to identify the right qualified mobile app developers for any firm. In the age of ‘surf-on-the-go’, more and more people are choosing to go mobile over PCs and Laptops. Tablets and Smartphones are slated to completely take over communication and internet surfing by 2020, and a large part of that has already begun. So, it’s not surprising that more and more companies are trying to devise mobile applications for the sake of dispatching their products and services more easily to consumers. Consequently, the market for mobile app developers has boomed and is continuing to boom like never before.   A few things need to be kept in mind during the hiring process:

Agility Is a Key Quality:
Mobile apps require monthly or even bi-weekly updates, depending upon customer reviews and demands. These changes could be on any platform; alpha, beta, prototype or release. Various methodologies and technologies should be used in order to maintain continuity throughout the ever-changing forms and formats.  They do this without spending too much time and resources to suit the varying priorities.

Frameworks or Custom Solutions:
It is important to check whether the app developer you are hiring works within an established framework of solutions, or whether they are leaning more towards custom solutions. Once you identify the approach the developer belongs to, you can move to correct the flaws in the structure/method the developer is following. Customized solutions are easier to fix, but they take a lot of time. On the other hand, structural flaws within a framework are hard to identify and/or correct.

Clear Code and Architecture Is a Must:
The developer(s) should make use of certain architectural patterns and code-writing rules so that an app can be sustainably developed and maintained for a very long period. Unless these things are done, every single app would quickly become dysfunctional and would hence, need to be rebuilt from scratch.

Autonomous or Group Functioning?
There are two kinds of developers: One would simply take your order and develop an app for you (without actually joining your company),  the other (group functioning) would join you as an employee and follow your exclusive directions and preferences. The previous one would be of high quality, but would definitely be less likely to be flexible to your every demand and whim; while the latter’s work can be moulded in any way one wanted.

They Should Have the Skills for Cross-platform Development:
It’s really not enough that the developer is skilled in creating applications for only one platform. If they were to claim the correct market value, then they would be able to develop them for a wide variety of operating systems (iOS, Android, Blackberry, Lynx) and devices (mobiles, tablets, and laptops).


The people you’re hiring should have User Experience and User Interface abilities because in today’s age, it is important that the applications that are created are easy to download. The outline of the app is also important in order for it to be presentable for potential customers. Developers hired should have a good command over the languages of PHP, Java, Python, C#, Objective-C and HTML5. They should also be efficient with runtime engines such as Adobe Flash Lite. It is especially useful if they happen to possess Objective-C view controller writing skills.


Last, but not least, the developer should be able to put themselves in the shoes of their clients and think from their point of view. They should be easy to communicate with, easy to reach and interact with in real time (if you’re utilizing the option of outsourcing to an autonomous company) and should have strong ethics.

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“Chat apps will come to be thought of as the new browsers; bots will be the new websites. This is the beginning of a new internet.”

Ted Livingston, founder and CEO of Kik made this ambitious claim in his medium post The Future of Chat Isn’t AI where he talks about the possibilities that a bot-revolution will bring and the very visible trend of conversational commerce.

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Source: Medium

We have spoken about businesses forming contextual, convenient and deeper engagements with customers through conversational commerce as well.

So when Facebook launched their Messenger Platform (beta) for Facebook Messenger at the F8 Conference, we could not help but delve right into the kind of opportunities that it brings for content distribution and engagement.

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Source: Techcrunch

Here are some numbers from Messenger that make us more excited about the potential of chatbots helping businesses in reaching more customers

* Over 900 million active users
* Over 60 billion messages daily (between Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp)
* Over 15 million businesses on Facebook Messenger
* More than one billion messages are sent to businesses each month
* Fastest growing app in the U.S.
* Second Top App on iOS (globally behind Facebook)

Now how do we harness these bots for the benefit of the brands? According Adam Hirsch, Edelman Digital Global, we exploit the following 3 key social consumers’ experiences:

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Source: Medium

* Content consumption (informational and entertainment)
* Customer service
* Productivity (including shopping experiences)

From instant and personalized customer service response to lead generation, the possibilities are numerous, like everything in marketing; it all depends on how creative you can be with programming the bots, and how accurate they are with driving the conversations.

As for the scope of these bots in the long run, and if they would find takers in the mass, let’s leave you with saying right from the horse’s mouth

“I’ve never met anyone who likes calling a business, and no one wants to have to install a new app for every service or business they want to interact with,” Zuckerberg

There is a maze of solutions and options available if you are building out an online store. You need options that meet your business requirements and fit your budget.

At Capital Numbers, we are able to implement a range of ecommerce packages, ecommerce software and shopping cart systems that provide you with the best value for your investment.

To know how we plan to use the chat-bots to your benefit too, contact us at http://www.capitalnumbers.com/contact_us.php

 

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Loyalty these days is a myth you say? Customers are increasingly becoming impatient and are always on the lookout for competitor vehicles? We agree to disagree with your opinion here; because data says that apps that go the extra mile manage to retain their user base, no matter what avalanche or blizzard while en route. This document intends to focus on a few tricks that are being widely hailed as the best of practices on user-retention around apps.

Laws of attraction:

#1 – User should come back to your app

The popular football game app, FIFA 16 Ultimate Team, has a catchy hook – each day, they give out a reward package to the gamer-user first thing in the morning.

It is important that the user gets motivated by the push notification from the app. It is not like “Hey you have forgotten me!” that would go out to the user. The notification should lure the consumer; pull the consumer towards the app.

#2 – Get the ‘Loyals’ on board

And now that you have a steady stream of people daily coming back to your app, it is time to focus on your “superusers”. These Loyals are your mouthpieces; they are the people who will drive your conversions – and this is where you should create a proper rewards program to gratify these power users.

Wikets have a fantastic program that drives more engagement once an user shares the app on SM channels after using it.

Reward programs allow a user to look forward to using the app more, so that they get gratified more. Is that too much to ask for? We would not mind on that.

#3 – Get those feedbacks in line

Up next, once you have the superusers in action, there is bound to be a steady stream of feedbacks, and trust us, it will take more than ‘listening’.

It is essential to have a healthy feedback process, but more than that, it is essential to have a mechanism that will process these reviews and carve out solutions too.

UBER has a fantastic rating system (and which is 2-click). India-based Book My Show, a ticket-booking app, has a similar rating system in place that asks so much yet is so much hassle-free.

Feedback processes are vital to user-retention ecosystem.

As a start, incorporate a small survey within your app that will ask the user about her / his experience.

You may also deploy a “Contact” button that will go back to the user every time the user faces an uphill task.

Positive ratings boost the app-store ranking too.

And we all know how positive app store ratings give the app credibility in front of the world.

P.S.

Feedback should be collected in-app.

Taking the user outside the app is not a good practice and often leads to a break in the concentration of the user while using the app.

#4 –Content is still the king

And now, how many times have you heard of this statement? Yet one may never get tired of this sentence – because yes, content is still the king. And this applies to apps too, where new kind of content is what users comeback for on a daily basis.

Take the example of Subway Surfers. They have a weekly hunt and a world tour that takes the user round the world in this world of endless running. Also, the user experiences new locations, new visuals and definitely new characters that make the game intriguing and the user stick to the app.

How can content create a difference for your app? You may curate various relevant contents as per your users’ choices. You may create new stuffs too. This is an internal decision which the internal stakeholders have to decide based on the audience behaviour and pattern emerging out of that behaviour.

#5 – Metrics

Last, not least, metrics will play a vital role in deciding what is working for your app and what is not. What are the factors that are creating a sticky factor for your user base is something that the metrics will help you to decode.

There are 3 types of metrics that you should track –

Mobile visitors – Volume, demographics, buying patterns of your audience should be clearly focussed on. Optimization of your app can be created accordingly.

User behaviour – Tracking the usage pattern on your mobile app can help you find useful information about your audience. This will further help you to adjust your sails as per the wind.

Campaign performance metrics – Did that last movie tie-up you did work well with the audience? Did they click enough on that meet-your-fave-superstar button? This is exactly what you need to gauge before signing the next set of campaigns with external stakeholders.

In this age of increased competition, retaining a user is a mean task. We at Capital Numbers work hard on fine aspects like these so that the overall product creates an effect that is soothing to the end-user.

How has your journey been as an app owner? Share your thoughts with us by commenting below.

 

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Conversational Commerce, if you haven’t seen the two words together on your twitter feed or read it in an expert piece yet, chances are your data pack has expired.

Jokes apart, conversational commerce is the buzz word and surely has everyone talking (pun intended). In an elaborate and persuasive piece published in Medium, Chris Messina (inventor of the hashtag) dubbed 2016 as the year of e-commerce.

For better understanding, let us quote him verbatim, to explain what conversational commerce really is.

“Conversational commerce is about delivering convenience, personalization, and decision support while people are on the go, with only partial attention to spare… It pertains to utilizing chat, messaging, or other natural language interfaces (i.e. voice) to interact with people, brands, or services”

After scheming through the piece and several other experts talking about the same, we have been able to narrow down some trends that do indeed point out that conversational commerce is indeed around the corner.

Where does is your consumer spending most of their time?

Apparently it’s not on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Your consumer is spending more time on messaging apps. Messaging apps have long surpassed social networks, data from the Business Insider suggests.

The largest of messaging apps have millions of Monthly Active Users. They are only going to grow with cheaper devices, better and cheaper mobile connections and improved features.

Gaps in the customer journey

There is significant lag in growth of mobile commerce in USA and European Countries. According to comScore, the global number of Internet users on mobile devices bypassed desktop users last year. Yet, Statista reports that smartphones account for only 14.4 per cent of eCommerce in the US and 7.5 per cent in Europe. It is quite obvious why, really. Phones aren’t great for sifting through large numbers of images or detailed product descriptions but they are good at getting people talking…or texting. Conversational Commerce will be exactly looking at this need gap.

Small but Significant Acquisitions in the Tech World

Uber’s integration into Facebook Messanger. Whatsapp taking off their 1$ service fee. Major tech players offering and emphasizing on voice assistants, Siri (Apple), Google Now (Google), Cortana (Microsoft). Alibaba pouring $200 Million into snapchat. Everything makes sense now, isn’t it? All big players are betting on conversational commerce to roll in. In fact Whatsapp while dropping their 1$ fee explained

“We’re happy to announce that WhatsApp will no longer charge subscription fees. For many years, we’ve asked some people to pay a fee for using WhatsApp after their first year. As we’ve grown, we’ve found that this approach hasn’t worked well. Many WhatsApp users don’t have a debit or credit card number and they worried they’d lose access to their friends and family after their first year. So over the next several weeks, we’ll remove fees from the different versions of our app and WhatsApp will no longer charge you for our service.

Naturally, people might wonder how we plan to keep WhatsApp running without subscription fees and if today’s announcement means we’re introducing third-party ads. The answer is no. Starting this year, we will test tools that allow you to use WhatsApp to communicate with businesses and organizations that you want to hear from. That could mean communicating with your bank about whether a recent transaction was fraudulent, or with an airline about a delayed flight. We all get these messages elsewhere today – through text messages and phone calls – so we want to test new tools to make this easier to do on WhatsApp, while still giving you an experience without third-party ads and spam.”

Conversational Commerce is not some farfetched concept, it’s happening now. Stay abreast with the times. We at Capital Numbers, take you through a maze of solutions and options available when you are building out an online store. Visit http://www.capitalnumbers.com/ecommerce.html to know more.

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It had only been a moment that we had resigned ourselves to a world where apps control everything and boom… our future got seeded with a possibility that apps as we know it might be disappearing.

The world is mobile. That means content context is king. The way we experience content via connected devices – laptops, phones, tablets, wearables – is undergoing a dramatic change. Mobile has dismantled our lives into hundreds of real time, intent-driven moments; what are being popularly called the micro-moments. We take immediate action. We demand for relevance and we are most importantly loyal to nothing but our needs. (Source: ThinkWithGoogle).

But if we think about it, the barrage of apps on our screens can’t or don’t do context just the way we would like them to. That’s most probably because they are packaged in isolation. They do not really have real understanding of our journeys to deliver seamless in-moment content. This is where the concept of atomization of apps is coming into play.

What do we mean by “Atomization of Apps”?

Atomization as the name suggests would be disintegration of apps into the smallest of units including the content and actions. The units would be agnostic of any platform or container so that they can pop up anywhere, on any device. The atomic units would be re-assembled and pushed as per context, to our relevant devices.

What would atomized apps be like?

Apps will be more deeply linked. An app will not be an interface where we perform actions. It would rather act as a service or a publishing tool. The most popular way in which people already use apps is notification cards and not apps themselves. App icons may still exist but it’s doubtful if they would be crowding our screens. If you are wondering about their access, popular notion suggests that app usage would most probably be pushed by virtual assistants and notification cards.

For example, any of us who have seen the projection of how Google Now on Tap works kind of know where we are headed.  If you haven’t, watch here.

Another example of atomization already growing stronger is the WeChat, a Chinese messaging app with nearly 600 million monthly active users. WeChat functions beyond the traditional definition of an app or even a browser, with 10 million third-party apps hosted inside. One feature even controls the lights, temperature and settings of your hotel room. (Source: Fjord Trends 2016)

Where do we go from here?

It’s interesting that we have now reached a point where all our technologies can intersect and interact. The best possible way forward is to look at apps beyond interfaces and as services, focused more on experiences. We should now ideate and engineer apps that can seamlessly coexist with our operating systems and use their data to deliver us the mobile experience that we deserve.

A recent study by Jumio states that as many as 56% smartphone users in US leave mobile transaction mid-way dye to poor navigation, slow load time and complex check out system. This is causing a loss of around $24 billion in revenue each year for retailers of United States.

Apparel is has the largest market share when it comes to online retail in US. It has been noted that this sector alone loses at least 60% business with three out of five frequently abandoning the website while purchasing clothes, shoes or accessories. The rates vary by age and gender. While 68% women leave an apparel or clothing transaction mid way, only 51% men and 78% female millennials are found doing so. The study also shows that retailers who are using mobile checkout wisely have a chance to reap bigger returns.

A common trend had been observed with price of purchase – whether big or small it almost remains same. The abandon rate of online transaction is found neck and neck in case of smaller buys like movie tickets or online food or while buying a travel package.

23%, which in nearly a quarter, of online shoppers who have left a transaction half-way, have been noted as saying that their cart had items valued at $100 or more while they abandoned their shopping due to complex checkout process.

Another interesting fact the report provides is that 66% of those who left without completing the buying process, returned to take a second attempt to complete their transaction. This time they preferred to do it from a computer over mobile device.

Here are few reasons stated by the study that shows why most people leave shopping mid-way while using their mobile devices:

  • 45% said they were not sure of delivery process after purchase
  • 36% felt the delivery would take a longer time
  • 36% found the mobile site was too slow to load
  • 31% found it difficult to navigate through the site
  • 29% felt they were unnecessary charged for delivery
  • 28% found it way too difficult to type on a small screen
  • 27% got entirely confused while browsing through the site and were unable to find items they were looking for
  • 27% reported security concern around payment info
  • 26% felt uncomfortable with providing their personal details during checkout
  • 22% found the payment process to be too complicating

As mobile transactions continue to skyrocket, so do abandoned purchases, incomplete account openings, and lost revenue,” says Marc Barach, Chief Marketing Officer, Jumio. “Businesses have heeded the warning and are finally prioritizing mobile checkout experiences, underscored by the ten percent improvement in abandonment rates over the last two years,” said Barach. “But, experiences are still far from being as seamless as they need to be in order for retailers and financial services providers to stem the tide of lost opportunity and put nearly $25 billion back in their pockets.”

Abandonment rates by sector:

  • 60% – Retail/Apparel
  • 41% – Food (groceries or takeout)
  • 41% – Travel
    39% – Household items
  • 39% – Event tickets (concert, sporting event)
  • 39% – Entertainment purchases
  • 35% – Electronics
  • 27%– Online gaming (Opening an account)
  • 23% – Applying for financial services account (opening an account, money transfer)

India’s mobile services market size will reach a massive $21.4 billion in 2015

India’s mobile services market size will reach a massive $21.4 billion in 2015

 

India’s mobile services market is experiencing a rapid growth. According to a recent report by Gartner, India’s mobile services market size will reach a massive $21.4 billion in 2015. With 880 million people in India having mobile connection in 2015, there will a 5% growth from 2014.

A major part of the spending will be driven by data services, which is expected to grow 15 percent to reach $6.5 million in 2015.

“In India, the rise in spending on data-only connections will be driven by two user scenarios – first, to complement their fixed broadband connectivity, so they can use their larger-screen data-centric devices on the go. In other use cases, data-only connections will be the way for consumers to access broadband connectivity because of a lack of fixed networks,” said Neha Gupta, senior research analyst at Gartner.

This certainly paves way for mobile marketing. It is an advantage for those who already have mobile apps or mobile websites for their business.

The mobile app market had been through a major transformation to meet the needs of the users. The focus of the app developers have shifted to the marketing and transparency of their apps, to deliver a better user experience and retain their customers.

Now people of all age groups and financial background have smartphones, which help them to download and use apps that’s useful for them. This will create a bigger challenge for app developers as they need to design apps for bigger acceptance and customer satisfaction.

With the growing number of smartphone devices and surging usage of mobile applications, it has become necessary for the developers to follow best practices. Here are a few tips that every iPhone App developer should follow:

Pick an Apple Framework: Although there are n-number of frameworks available in the market, but while developing an app for an iPhone a developer should choose a framework that has been developed by Apple. This would help them to build apps faster. Further an Apple framework will offer easy access to various features like support for future versions of iOS, increased support for better performance and backward compatibility.

Work on Objective-C Libraries: The pace of an app development directly depends on the coding skills of the developer. Thus by enhancing the skills and knowledge, the development process can be run faster. Detailed knowhow of Objective-C is absolute necessary. By keeping a tract of the latest additions of updated version of the language, one can stay updated.

Focus on UI Components: In case of a mobile app development it is important to keep sound knowledge of the UI components. Keep updated about the custom controls and grab every pice of information on user interface components. These elements are very valuable to improve usability of an app and to enhance its look and feel in terms of user experience.

Hire Mobile App Developer with Sound Knowledge: In order to save your time and money, it is necessary for you to hire an iPhone App Developer with sound knowledge of open source mobile application. Your team can be a combination of HTML5, CSS and other specialized framework developers.

 

The Digital Lab of Capital Numbers is well equipped with high end devices used for to test functionality of mobile applications during development. 

From Rapid Prototypes, to Custom Development, the Digital Lab of Capital Numbers is the place to convert Mobile App Ideas into fully functioning solutions.

From Rapid Prototypes, to Custom Development, the Digital Lab of Capital Numbers is the place to convert Mobile App Ideas into fully functioning solutions

The team works collaboratively, using Agile principles, through design and development to deliver fully functioning mobile applications that meet business goals of the client

The team works collaboratively, using Agile principles, through design and development to deliver fully functioning mobile applications that meet business goals of the client

The approach used is fast flexible, and collaborative to create full scale applications and deliver greater impact

The approach used is fast flexible, and collaborative to create full scale applications and deliver greater impact

We deliver quick, high-value, and cost-effective digital prototypes and solutions that work across platforms (mobile, tablet & website) using latest cloud, mobile, and big data technologies

We deliver quick, high-value, and cost-effective digital prototypes and solutions that work across platforms (mobile, tablet & website) using latest cloud, mobile, and big data technologies

Whether working on end-to-end customer experiences through digital design, building custom apps, and analytics, or focusing on Agile transformations, we help clients capture business value from their ideas and initiatives

Whether working on end-to-end customer experiences through digital design, building custom apps, and analytics, or focusing on Agile transformations, we help clients capture business value from their ideas and initiatives

To help our clients capture lasting results, we provide full hands-on support

To help our clients capture lasting results, we provide full hands-on support

Our expertise in mobile application and platform development span major mobile technologies and devices.

Our expertise in mobile application and platform development span major mobile technologies and devices

 

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