Mobile app development process
You might know or not, DB Best started in 2002 as a database migration technology startup. After years of migrating enterprise applications and databases, we saw an opportunity to expand into web and mobile development – it was back in 2008. And already in 2009 we started delivering mobile applications, including games, mobile commerce apps, and communication solutions. Using our smart methodology for designing and building technology products, we’ve created dozens of Android and iOS applications that have been used by millions of users worldwide.
In this post we’d like to share with you the key steps involved in creating a successful mobile application. Our development process is time-tested, validated by our customers, and proven effective for mobile app development. It consistently delivers fantastic results but, at the same time, it’s not a Holy Grail. It’s not a “cookie cutter” solution or magic bullet either. Beyond mere steps, the human element is core – so we may take a little bit different path based on your specific goals.
The Process – Getting Things Done
When we look at the end-to-end process of developing a mobile app, it comes down to a number of major things – from business discovery and development to support and marketing. Not to mention that at all stages your dedicated Project Manager won’t get enough sleep making sure your app is delivered on time (usually 4-6 weeks for a simple app) and on budget. As far as pricing is concerned, watch this video to see how we approach it:
How Much Will It Cost To Develop Your Mobile App:
1. Research and Business Discovery – Project Proposal
An exceptional mobile app starts by understanding your vision and requirements. In order to gain a better perspective into your niche and market, we listen and ask questions so as to understand your mobile initiatives, audience, and goals. If there are any technological hurdles, we’ll provide all the possible solutions to them. In some cases we’d suggest to run a short research proof of concept to validate new technologies or concepts before committing to a complex project in a new technology space (which is moving at the crazy speed as we all know).
Typically our Mobile Development Crew completes a tailored project proposal in 2-3 business days.
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