Developing Mobile Applications

From native to cross-platform to mobile-web apps, From user-friendly consumer apps to game changing B2B apps, We have delivered a broad range of applications for clients.

At e-Nile, you get more than access to top coders; you get access to a team that understands multiple aspects of mobile development including user-experience, design, performance, and security.

So you've built up your customer base, optimised your website for mobile users, and now you're ready for the next step – building an app.

Building an app is a big step in any company's roadmap. Your first app speaks volumes about your business, so it's essential to get it right the first time.
We are experienced app developers. We can guide you through the process, providing advice on:

  • What platform to target first (iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone)
  • Whether to build natively for a specific platform or use a cross-platform or hybrid approach
  • How to produce a fantastic user experience on the smaller screen and therefore maximise user engagement
  • In app purchasing considerations
  • Apple's iTunes store approval process
  • Whether to embed content within the app or build a database from which the app can pull its data
  • How to integrate a Content Management System (CMS)
  • How an app can be built to function offline

Your app can be developed for a number of different platforms.

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Consumers apps work with little or zero configuration. We focus on simplicity, design and superior user experience while developing apps for this market. On the enterprise side, we have helped extend legacy applications and databases to the mobile and have managed the complexities of multiple data sources and devices. Our proprietary data synchronization framework enables enterprise apps to work offline in disconnected mode and sync with backend databases when connection is reestablished.

e-Nile native application development expertise covers all major smartphone platforms. Native apps can leverage the full power of the underlying platform including parallel processing on GPGPUs and currently offer better performance than their web counterparts. That’s changing though, thanks to the rapid advances in HTML5 and standard interfaces to hardware offered by JavaScript frameworks like jQuery Mobile. Cross-platform development frameworks such as PhoneGap and Titanium offer an excellent alternative to burning resources to develop in two or three platforms at once.