Mobile app development for Android

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The Fueled development team has mastered the art of android app development, making us a front-runner in the booming marketplace. With our efficient and creative development process, our team is able to consistently produce intuitive and polished web and mobile applications that offer an exceptional user experience time after time.

Why Develop Android Apps?

Today, there are over 1.2 million Android apps on the Android market (now referred to as Google Play market). With over 50 billion downloads and growing, Android apps are proving to be a vital platform to utilize for developers.

The Fueled team has years of development experience in the Google Play marketplace, and knows what it takes to create apps that not only possess sleek and innovative user experiences, but also transform client’s ideas into creative works of genius.

As Android and iPhone continues to compete in the mobile app development market, our team continues to excel having extensive knowledge of both platforms, offering clients a competitive design advantage.

How We Develop Android Apps

androidOur development system utilizes four comprehensive steps:

Branding:

Every great product needs a trademark, and this is where branding comes in. After working with our clients to understand key attributes of user interaction, product functionality, and desired customer experience, our team identifies the unique elements of your brand, which can be translated into a wide range of collateral and logo designs.

User Experience:

As with iPhone app design, fluidity and efficiency are key factors in transforming a new user into a frequent user. Once the user experience is concluded, our team provides you with blueprints of your app.

User Interface:

After blueprints and wireframes are assessed, the user interface comes into play. This phase of work consolidates the identity of your app even further by highlighting key aspects of your blueprints. The user interface stage solidifies the feel of your app through condensing your custom tailored design.

Polish:

Normally, after the user interface and user experience is complete the app is ready to hit the market, but here at fueled we have our signature polishing stage. This stage is where our transitions, animations and special touches occur.

Our app develop process stems from the concept of the “agile agency”. We build our apps in a quick two week sprint where all team members focus full attention on creating the core of your app. With biweekly check in’s, we give our clients the ability to review and provide feedback along the way. Our development process continually exhibits seamless transitions and fluidity. Thanks to our team of developers attention to detail, apps we take on aren’t viewed as complete until these characteristics are proven true.

Fueled’s job is to take your idea and run with it; offering you a vast number of creative designs and strategy to have your app hit the ground running. Average app development companies will simply offer you the technology aspect of the app. At Fueled, we go above and beyond by creating fine-tuned blueprints and design strategy. By offering far more than the average competing company, we are able to give well-rounded expert guidance stepping you up in the rigorous market.


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Q&A

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Is it worth getting into mobile app development for Android or iApple's IOS?

I want to do something on the side to pick up money. I have experience in a few different programming languages especially c++. I would enjoy doing this, but I want to know if its worth getting into and spending my time and money on, if piracy is going up and more and more people are able to get apps for free. Ive seen tons of people make a success out of it.

Although you can write Android apps in C++, there will always be some Java involved, and it is better to write the whole app in Java (unless its a game). I just released an app on the market. There is a full version for 99 cents and a free version with ads. I'd say I make about 8 - 9 dollars a day from purchases and advertisements. Its not a lot, but the app isn't that great anyways. If you really put your time into it, you could make a lot more. Its also nice because once you finish and publish it, you'll be getting a steady stream of income and you won't have to do a lot of work on i…