Mobile application development is the set of processes and procedures involved in writing software for small, wireless computing devices, such as smartphones and other hand-held devices.

Like web application development, mobile application development has its roots in more traditional software development. One critical difference, however, is that mobile apps are often written specifically to take advantage of the unique features of a particular mobile device.

The mobile app development industry is going through a transformative phase. With the advancement in micro-processing technologies, you will be able to run mobile applications on multiple platforms. For example, apps built for mobiles will run seamlessly on desktops in the coming years. Moreover, mobile apps built with Flutter or React Native will work on Android Phones, iPhones, Macs, as well as PCs. But before we get into details, let’s dig into the mobile app usage statistics to understand how users are spending their time using mobile phones, and what are the opportunities in building your own mobile application.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What does Mobile App Development Require?

Mobile app development involves the creation of software applications that run on various types of mobile devices. To develop a mobile app, you need to contract with a firm that has experience with all types of mobile apps and employs a proven development approach.

Mobile app developers generate a detailed development plan, create a user-friendly interface, construct all necessary installable software bundles, and implement appropriate backend services to support the app. The app itself is rigorously tested throughout the development process.

What Are the Different Types of Mobile Apps You Can Develop?

Mobile apps can be developed for both Android and iOS phones and tablets. Consumers, employees, and vendors can target apps for use.

Can You Build Apps for Both iOS and Android?

At Suvega Digital, we build apps that support both iOS and Android platforms.

What is the Difference Between Cross-Platform and Native App Development?

There is a big difference between cross-platform and native app development. With native app development, separate apps are developed for the Android and iOS platforms. With cross-platform development, a single app works on both platforms.

Native app development employs the default development languages and IDEs for the Android and iOS environments. For Android apps, this usually involves Java/Kotlin with Android Studio. For iOS apps, this involves Objective C or Swift with Xcode.

Native apps typically function faultlessly on their designated platforms and rank highly in their respective app stores. Native app development, however, is more costly and time-consuming.

Well-developed cross-platform apps also function well but take less time and money to develop. Also, cross-platform apps update more easily than native apps.

We will work with you to determine whether cross-platform or native development is the right choice for your business.

Do I Need to Test My App?

Suvega Digital employs an experienced in-house testing team for all the apps we develop. This team works alongside the app developers to test apps at various stages of development.

You can supplement our in-house testing with your own testing, of course. You may be aware of more ways that users will interact with the app and thus provide even more rigorous testing scenarios.

Do I need an NDA?

That’s up to you. Reputable developers aren’t out to steal your ideas, and we wouldn’t stay in business for long if we did. The need for an NDA is a personal preference, and we can gladly furnish one for you to sign if that puts you at ease.

An NDA may also be known by other names such as a confidentiality agreement (CA) or proprietary information agreement. It’s a legal contract between at least two parties that identifies information that the parties agree not to disclose to third parties.

An NDA is commonly used to protect proprietary information and trade secrets. It may restrict the disclosure of information by only one party or it can be a mutual NDA, meaning that neither party can disclose the information. Businesses often require their employees and contractors to sign an NDA at the time of hire.