Frequently asked questions

Each business owner or a product manager has this question whether they need a mobile app. Because it’s a new technical trend, there is a feeling of missing the bus if one does not have an App.

Ask yourself following questions, and if answer is Yes then you would need a Mobile App.

1. Are your customers interacting with your business via web-based applications?

2. Do your clients require to interact more than just email or phone?

3. Are you selling your products online?

4. Will you get more business if your customers could interact with you while they are not sitting on the desk?

5. Will your customer benefit with quick updates on their smart phone about your products or services?

Consider the rise of the Internet back in the 90's. Many small businesses struggled to understand the benefits of having a Web site to promote their business. And even if they did understand the value, they didn't know how to go about creating a Web site or what content to propagate the site with. Today, mobile is becoming the de-facto communication engagement tool which presents significant business opportunities.

While many small businesses and organizations understand the value that smartphones offer to engage directly with key audiences, they have been largely excluded from the smartphone application development space due to lack of resources (ie. IT staff or development expertise and constrained budgets) with no viable option to deliver a mobile application to their target audiences.

AMGApps offers an affordable, simple Web-based solution that provides users the ability to easily create, distribute and manage smartphone applications without any development knowledge.

If your requirement is to display your web-site in a mobile phone so it “looks” like Mobile App then you don’t really need a Mobile App. Developers can convert your web-site in to a “Responsive” website that renders as per the Mobile Device.

If your website does not have any complicated interaction with the users then a Responsive Website should be sufficient for you. Your customers will be able to open your website in their mobile browser. Make sure your phone number and contact information is displayed right on the first page and they are 'touchable' so users can tap on them to call you or email you.

This depends on your client base. In USA there are almost equal number of people using iOS and Android. In several emerging countries Android is more popular than iOS. You can always build the app for one platform first and then build it for another one.

Technically, there are two types of Mobile Apps – Native and Hybrid.

Native applications are developed using device SDK using programming languages that are platform specific. Apple Native apps are written in Objective-C and iOS SDK. Android Native apps are written in Java and Android SDK.

Hybrid Mobile Apps are developed using HTML, JavaScript and the code is portable from one platform to another. They are ported to iOS and Android using PhoneGap and other such tools.

When your app requires complex device interfaces and fast performing UI manipulation, Native apps are preferred. And if your app needs simple database transaction and UI behavior of Hybrid is acceptable then Hybrid Apps can be less costly.

Though this may vary based on your need and complexity within the app; a simple app can be built within 4-6 weeks. And a complex app that requires building database, back end services can take 12 weeks or more. The time here does not include ‘team size’ – which depends upon the actual requirements. And this estimates are for comparison purpose only.

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