SDSOL’s Android app development services help make your ideas come to life across the broad spectrum of Android devices. With all the excitement about Apple products and iOS, it’s easy to forget that the Android platform (as of September, 2012) has a larger market share than Apple.
Of course, Android development has its challenges. For one, the user base is spread across a wide array of mobile devices, unlike iOS which is concentrated on only 3 devices (all of which Apple design and build themselves!). So, when developing for Android, it’s important to consider the right partner who can help navigate the ups and downs of a platform that supports such huge array of devices, from different manufacturers, using different hardware.
That’s where our software development background really helps us. Before mobile devices, SDSOL has been dealing with software development projects for nearly a decade. Unique hardware. Unique operating system variants. Unique drivers. We’ve dealt with it all. And we know how important it is to provide compatibility and reliability to users with unique hardware.
There are lots of great iOS developers out there – we’re one of them. But it comes to Android app development, it’s important that the company you hire for your project is experienced in traditional software development, and all the compatibility issues that may come along with it.
And so with this in mind, we developed many of our Competitive Advantages – among them, a proven SOLID 7 Development Process, a clearly documented Statement of Work, our fixed-price guarantee, a team-based development approach, and our commitment to using dedicated programming resources.
Developing an Android app can be expensive. However, the exact cost depends on the scope of your project. SDSol is not the most expensive developer in town, but we’re also not the cheapest. Rest assured, however, that when SDSol is developing your Android app, you are in good hands.
Absolutely. But only if your budget permits. Both Apple and Android have huge shares of the market. Neglecting one will most likely cut you off from at least half of the market. However, it is worth noting that Android is more popular outside of the United States. Your marketing plan will dictate this decision. SDSol can help.
This is another frequently asked question concerning Android app development. The simple answer is, “probably.” The server app usually runs your Android app. We call it the mothership. If your Android app doesn’t have a server app integration, it will not have common features found in a lot of apps on the market.
Developing an Android app is a two step process. First, we have to spec it out, and then we have to develop it. A typical Android app development project takes approximately 3-4 months.