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Depending on the complexity of the application we use a period of "discovery" to estimate the necessary development time of the app from start to finish. Some apps can take 4 weeks and some can take 4 months. We have a strong team of developers that will ensure you get the quickest turnaround possible.
Will you submit my app to the applicable app stores?
Yes, we offer that service. We leave the decision up to the company or individual as to the app store registered owner or submitter. If StickyMobileApps submits the application through our accounts , our name will appear as the software developer. However, optionally our customers can become the listed publishers themselves, and we’ll help you with the submission process.
I'm not a "techie" what do I do?
We make sure to make your project as painless and intuitive as possible, and we have great experience to draw from to help you. The most important thing we need is to know what you want the app to do. Our program managers will help from there to take the complex and boil it down to comprehensive and simple steps to completion.
How much does it cost to make an app?
This is our most frequently asked question, and the most difficult to answer. In short, because apps can be from simple to complex, web to native, one phone platform to many, the price can vary greatly. Considering that more simple apps still require 4 weeks of development time, plan for no less than $10,000 to create, test, and publish an app to a single phone platform like iPhone.
Who maintains my app when the app stores change or update their platforms?
We offer this service with a continual maintenance plan to ensure your application is in compliance throughout its entire existence on the mobile platforms.
Should I make an iphone app, or Android app?
This is a question in part of your budget, and how extensive you wish to get your app distributed. Currently there are more Android OS “smart phones” being sold than iPhones. However Apple iPhone still holds more total market share users as of June 2011. Importantly, there is a different culture and user base of smart phone owners to consider. This is a good article that might help you make your decision. http://www.zdnet.com/blog/hardware/android-vs-iphone-which-handset-is-winning-the-hearts-and-minds-of-owners/8516
What about apps for iPad, Android tablets?
We make apps for these devices too – in fact – they are really very similar to the phone apps just sized differently. Understanding the intended users for your app is important in determining if you need iPad/tablet apps. In general, if you are showing presentations or expect your users to be more stationary and reading your materials, iPads and tablets are great. If you make an app for the phone first, it’s not a great deal of effort to later make it into a iPad or tablet optimized app.