Building a professional looking app is complex and costly, many app developers charge upwards of $125 per hour or $5,000 a week, and apps created from scratch often take at least several weeks to develop, at a total cost of $10,000 to $50,000, not including monthly hosting fees.
What if you do not have that budget and time? Do you have?
Relatively limited cash budget
Relatively simple mobile needs for your business
Some resources available to play around (remember that resources is equal to budget invested)
A high need to be in several platforms at the same time while minimizing the maintenance cost of mobile apps
My private one, this one used to be an Android (P970 Optimus Black) and is now an iPhone
My work one, an Android a Samsung Galaxy S
My dutch phone (just a normal Nokia 😉 )
And I have a tablet: My Android tablet, an ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
As you can I see I had too much Android devices in my life so I decided to exchange my private phone for an iPhone. It took me 30 minutes on a random Friday evening to buy one on eBay, still extremely happy with the deal I made.
The first weeks of using my iPhone I noticed the next differences:
¿Cual es la diferencia entre iPhone y Android? y other words what is the difference between iPhone and Android?
First of all iPhone is the name of a smartphone that has been created by Apple Inc. There are several generations of iPhones, being the latest the 4S. The name iOS is the name we use to refer to the operating system that this smartphone uses, being the latest 6.0.
¿Cuantos iPhones hay en España? This is one of the most asked questions when you are talking to Brand Managers or Agencies here in Spain. Unfortunately there aren’t any easy mechanisms to give an easy and straight forward answer, yet. And even if … Continue reading →
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