Mobile App Development - FAQ

Most Popular Questions

1. What are the requirements for mobile app development?

To develop a successful mobile app, employ the services of a mobile app development firm with proven experience and expertise in the latest technologies. The team of mobile app developers will then devise a detailed development plan, develop a user-friendly interface, implement appropriate backend services to enable a smooth app performance, and perform rigorous testing to ensure app quality. 

2. What are the different types of mobile app solutions that you provide?

Our mobile app development solutions include:

  • Native apps
  • Hybrid apps
  • Cross-platform apps
  • PWAs
3. Do you build apps for both iOS and Android?

Yes, we at Neetable build apps that can support both iOS and Android platforms using frameworks such as React Native, Xamarin, and Flutter.

4. What is the best mobile app development platform to choose: Android or iOS?

This depends on:

  • The brand value.
  • Your target audience
  • Your budget
  • App features

In the past, it was sufficient for apps to support only a single platform. But today it is essential to support more than one platform to stay relevant, reach a wider audience, and stay ahead of the competition.

5. How much will it cost to develop mobile app for Android and iOS?

This depends on factors like the developer wages, the complexity of the project, estimated project completion duration, and so on. Get in touch with us to know more.

6. What mobile app development services do you provide at Neetable?

Our mobile app development services include:

  1. Custom native mobile app development
  2. Cross-platform development
  3. UI/UX design services
  4. Maintenance and ongoing support
7. What is the difference between cross-platform apps and hybrid apps?

Both cross-platform and hybrid rely on the same codebase for all platforms. The difference lies in the development techniques that are used to implement the services such as HTML5 and JavaScript web technologies for hybrid and non-web technologies like Xamarin, etc, for cross-platform.