IOS / ANDROID / UX / DESIGN
See how we helped the world largest mobile company to change staff lives in one of the most technologically advanced building in the world.Read the case study
IOS / ANDROID / UX / UI + D
Having worked with JCB for many years and being a trusted partner we were approached to develop an app to be the ultimate salesperson's toolkit and reduce the requirement for expensive multi lingual print runs.Read the case study
IOS / UI + D
The prototype app was launched at Dentons’ Global Partners Conference in March. The app was extremely well received and a full release is now in development and due for completion later this year.Read the case study
"AtomicMedia's ability to combine best practice UI/UX principles with first class technical expertise has been instrumental in helping build HALO into the award winning app it is today. The team quickly understood our requirements and supported us every step of the way."
Native app development is when an app has been built in the language that it was designed to be built in. For Android this is Java, and for iOS it's Swift or Objective C.
To put an app on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store you will need an Apple Developer Account and/or Google Play Console account. For iOS your app will also need to pass Apple's extensive review process.
A computer running MacOS is required to use XCode. You're constantly required to update both MacOS and XCode to make releases and keep upto date with security and features.
Generally we use Android Studio (which can be run on either MacOS or Windows). There are other alternatives out there such as Eclipse and Intellij, though the vast majority of Android developers will use Android Studio.
Hybrid apps can be suitable for basic apps or prototypes, but native apps are best suited for professional app development. You can read all about our opinion on hybrid native apps on our dedicated blog post.
Progressive Web Apps are websites (or web applications) that use enhancements to web technology to deliver an app-like experience without leaving the original medium you were using.
An Enterprise app is an iOS app that is used internally within a business and doesn't appear in the public AppStore.
It all depends on the idea, the implementation and the marketing - there's a lot more to generating income than just building an app. Certain genres are very competitive - Flappy Bird was making over $50k a day at its peak!