Mobile App Development

It's not long since only the big companies with thousands of customers and big budgets had their own mobile app. Now it has become more and more normal for SMEs to have their own mobile application in Google Play or Apple App Store. This is due to technological developments in recent years. Businesses have seen the opportunity to establish closer ties with their customers, and mobile is the best way to get customers' attention. Mobile is the biggest tool today for finding information and it is almost always available.

App Development Technologies

iOS App Development

iOS app development is without any doubt our most premium service that we offer to big enterprises and SMEs. We have hired most talented developers from all over the globe and now they are our team members’ here in San Diego. We have a huge portfolio of iOS based apps and Zazz is considered as one of the most used app developers’ agency in United States. While working with us, you will not have to worry regarding anything as we have people who devise whole strategy for you from idea to the final launch. We also have expertise in support and maintenance genre and we usually assign a whole team just to one client for better efficiency and productivity.

Android App Development

Android surfaced to challenge the monopoly of Apple iOS and succeeded in that. The world of smartphone has got polar now most manufacturers and users have two options Android and iOS as windows and blackberry software are out of picture now. There is no competitor to Android when it comes to mid-range and budget friendly smartphones. Android caters a huge market of smartphones and it’s the most used platform especially in the under developed countries where iOS has just a marginal share. Zazz has a long experience of handling of this software and we are proud of our programmers who have earned us the best developers’ award, multiple times, here in San Diego. We design a roadmap for our clients and stick to it. Our Android app development is agile and we make sure that we follow all the set timelines.

Mobile Backend Engineering

When designing and creating a mobile app, there are a couple of factors that decide which structure you should choose to create. Factors such as whether the app would store any user details, whether it will show any complex user-based data, whether the app will need to authenticate the user, or whether it would have any admin-driven configuration features. Standard back-end architecture includes an app server, a web server, and a database. If the architecture is planned to expand then a load balancer and service integrations such as push notifications, email notifications, and queuing services may be included.

QA and Testing

Zazz pays extra attention to quality assurance and testing as we believe there is no benefit if an app has brilliance but unable to perform on variety of devices. We have in placed different level of testing software that enable us to provide guarantees to our clients. We perform extensive testings’ and remove all type of errors and glitches.

Our Android App Development Approaches

Native App Development

Native apps live on the device and are accessed through icons on the device home screen. Native apps are installed through an application store (such as Google Play or Apple’s App Store). They are developed specifically for one platform, and can take full advantage of all the device features — they can use the camera, the GPS, the accelerometer, the compass, the list of contacts, and so on. They can also incorporate gestures (either standard operating-system gestures or new, app-defined gestures). And native apps can use the device’s notification system and can work offline.

Hybrid App Development

Hybrid apps are part native apps, part web apps. (Because of that, many people incorrectly call them “web apps”). Like native apps, they live in an app store and can take advantage of the many device features available. Like web apps, they rely on HTML being rendered in a browser, with the caveat that the browser is embedded within the app.