Android Mobile App Development
We are now offering Android app development for businesses. From complex ideas to simple one page catches, we can now develop a premium, sleek and professional looking app that loads quickly in all android and iphone devices with seamless cross-compatibility.
How Much Does Mobile App Development Cost?
Development of an app can vary from $900 to $19,000 and up. It depends on the functionality behind the scenes, sometimes what looks or seems easy may actually have a lot going on in the background. In order to get a ball-park estimate of your project, you will need to send us your spec (along with a non-disclosure agreement, if needed).
How Can A Mobile App Help My Business?
The average American spends more than two hours a day on their mobile phone.
It can improve customer engagement. No matter whether you are selling flowers or spa services, your customers need a way to reach you. Having a messaging or help desk feature within your app can really make a difference in the way you communicate with your customers. Think about it: OpenTable, for example, built its entire business model around this principle. Instead of calling a restaurant for a table, you can book it with less than five clicks on their platform. Now think about it: How many customers would prefer to communicate with you via text than via phone?
It can help you stand out from the competition. These days mobile apps at the small business level are still rare, and this is where you can take a big leap ahead of your competitors. Be the first in your neighborhood to offer a mobile app to your customers. They’ll be astonished by your forward-thinking approach!
It develops customer loyalty. Last, but not least, the most important reason why you should consider building your own mobile app is customer loyalty. With all the noise out there — roadside banners, billboards, flashing signs, newspaper ads, flyers, coupons, websites, website banners, Facebook ads, and email marketing — we slowly lose our impact on customers because of the immense amount of advertising surrounding us all. It’s time to go back to making a true and sincere connection with your customers, and making them a loyal lover of your product and/or service. I am not saying a mobile app is going to save your business, but it can be a way of staying closer to your customers, and being just a “fingertip” away at all times.
Forbes.com Magazine has a great article about how mobile apps benefit your business.