- I want a mobile app, but I don’t really know what I want yet. Can you help me figure it out?
- What are the chances my app will get rejected?
- What’s the submission process like?
- Should I have an app for every platform or just the iPhone?
- What’s involved in making an app?
- How long does it take to create an app?
- What does an app typically cost?
Yes, we would love to help. Our process is designed to help us understand your business and the business goals you’d like to achieve with a mobile app. We also educate and communicate with you during each step of the process to make sure you can confidently meet or exceed those goals.
Yes, your iPhone app could be rejected by Apple. We’ve created and submitted a lot of applications, but we rarely receive rejections. We do everything we can up-front to prevent rejections from occurring in the first place. However, should your app be rejected, we will work through any issues and get your app approved by Apple as quickly as possible.
Many companies can make the submission process sound very intimidating. However, we have a complete guide which will walk you through the entire experience. The submission information, including a good app description and keywords, takes a little time to prepare but it’s actually very simple. Of course, we are available to answer any questions, and we will even handle the actual submission for you.
Each platform has unique characteristics, and which one(s) you choose for your app depends on what you’re trying to accomplish. You should consider the goals for your business and application, as well as your target audience when making this decision. For example, Blackberry tends to be a very business-focused platform with slightly older users, while the iPhone and Android are used by a younger audience for mostly non-business purposes. We will provide you with the data you need to make this decision and offer advice to help you make a wise investment in the right platforms for your app.
We have a 10-step process which includes everything from the basic idea, design, and submission, to technical support, usage analysis, and updates. Don’t worry, we’ll make everything as painless as possible.
It depends on the size and complexity of each application. Many of our apps are completed within 4 to 6 weeks after we start the development process. More complex apps may take a few months or more to complete.
We need to fully understand what you’re trying to achieve before we can give you a reasonable price estimate. Deciding on the price of a mobile app can be similar to deciding on the price of a car–both are valued based on the labor that goes into manufacturing them as well as the level of experience and engineering it takes to design them. A small economy car with base features (like a Honda Civic) can be compared to a very small, simple mobile application and could cost as little as $5,000. A top of the line, feature-packed app which requires a long development cycle is much like a high-performance sports car (like a Porsche). This type of app could cost $100,000 or more. Rest assured, we work with many budgets (low and high) and we are committed to giving you the best possible value for each dollar.