iOS

Apps written in Objective-C, Swift or using Xamarin for iPhones, iPad and Apple Watch

Android

Get your app out there for the worlds biggest mobile platform on phones and tablets

Xamarin

If you want native, with the advantage of code sharing between iOS and Android, choose Xamarin

Upfront Thinking

Explore what apps can and can't do. Both Apple and Google have guidelines on what is acceptable for their app stores.

Features

Push notifications, iBeacons, HomeKit, app permissions, maps, in-app purchases, ... Understand them and how easily they can be implemented.

UI and UX

User Interface and User Experience. There are standard ways of working on each platform. Good apps respect these. Bad apps ignore them.

Testing

Testing is crucial for a solid app and the success of your app.

Release

Make sure your app release goes smoothly. Get the low down on metadata, review times and help during that launch period.

Support

Get support for your new app, or for your existing apps developed elsewhere.

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From our blog

Scheduling app projects

on November 17, 2017

I’ve worked on too many projects to not have learnt the importance of careful and realistic scheduling. Early on in discussions with a client it is vital to spend time working out when a project can be delivered. If a client has unrealistic expectations and is unwilling to collaborate on an achievable schedule it is better to part company rather than risk disapppointment and frustration later on. A project schedule should be a living document, frequently reviewed and updated.

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Own your app

on November 10, 2017

You’ve just had a fantastic app developed and are looking forward to watching the downloads rack up. If you’ve had an app developed by a freelancer or agency it’s time to check you actually have full ownership of your app. Freelancers and agencies come and go. Relationships between client and developer can be great or go off the boil. If you’ve had an app developed you should be free to decide to take development in-house or find someone else to continue to make your app great.

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beorg 1.2

on October 6, 2017

beorg 1.2 is now on the App Store. WebDAV support Dropbox is great but many people prefer to store files on their own server or use another solution which better meets their needs. WebDAV is a standard way of providing generic file server capabilities over the Internet and is supported by services such as OpenDrive, Nextcloud and ownCloud. If you use Org-mode and want to keep your org files out of the hands of providers such as Dropbox then beorg 1.

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beorg - a new iOS Org-mode app

on September 28, 2017

This is a slightly belated post about the release of beorg - a new iOS Org-mode app. I’m going to admit to being a relative newcomer to Emacs and Org-mode. Whilst I’ve toyed with Emacs over the years I stuck with Vim since first using it at university in the late 1990s. The concept and polished implementation of Org-mode lead me finally to reconsider Emacs as my main editing environment1 a few months back.

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The Apps

If Apps On The Move works with you on your next project it will be as part of your team, not as a third party. Most of the companies we work with don't want to publicise the fact development isn't in-house - and we are more than happy with that.