Native App Development for Android and iOS

Native App Development

Native App Development company from Munich. We are a native app development service company. We are experts in iOS native app development and native Android app development.

Native App Development

Native App Development Munich

We use JavaScript XML (JSX) and React Native for the best possible UI to perform the best possible React Native mobile development. Our app developers build React Native apps for iOS and Android. appleute is a native app development agency that specializes in React Native app development. We build intelligent native mobile apps that work on iOS and Android. We are experts in custom React Native iOS App Development and React Native Android App Development.

Wireframing

Development milestones

No matter whether iOS native app development or Android native app development, appleute delivers on app project milestones on your app idea. The app architecture is custom-built to exhibit super fast rendering all whilst preserving a flexible design and an intuitive handling of the native app.

ux-design

Splendid UX Design

We are experts in native app development of consumer and business applications to engage humans. iOS and Android native app development is all about understanding and embracing the fact we are dealing with real people. We follow a cooperative, data driven and client focused approach in our design of native apps and web apps.

Ui App Design

Amazing UI Design

Every native app we create comes with a seamless flow to achieve the best user interaction and user interface (UI) possible. To navigate between multiple screens, we find React Native app development to be most suitable. The React Navigation library with its components is the best way to perform stack navigation and tabbed navigation for your native app development project. You can even customize your own navigators and get rid of the client facing APIs.

mvp development

Optimal native performance

appleute respects differences across platforms for an optimal platform-specific native performance. App navigation, scrolling, graphic symbols and fonts are already accounted for in the MVP development, no matter the kind of native app development. Source control management (SCM) systems provide a running history of code development and help to resolve conflicts when merging contributions from multiple sources.

Native App Development Projects

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Native App Development process at appleute

8 steps from the first idea of your Native App up until the final product that is ready to impress thousands.

Stage 1: From app brief to app strategy

From the Native App project brief a client sends, appleute defines a strategy. The definition of the actual Native App Product and its target group - i.e. the audience of the iOS or Android app - as well as the underlying technology is the first step of every native app development. Success is reflected in measurable outcome measures. Whether iOS Native App Development or Android Native App Development, these are discussed and agreed upon. A solid strategy is the key to successful native app development and paves the way for step 2, the design of the app wireframe.

Stage 2: Wireframe

Every native app design begins with the creation of a wireframe, a visual guide to the skeleton of the app. The wireframe is a schematic design of how the native app. The goals of wireframe development of a native app are to optimize the flow between screens and to establish a general idea for the layout. Both the screen flow and the layout are designed so that the customer experiences the native app as seamless. The wireframe development process is inherently very delicate and involves a lot of feedback cycles. Once it's clear how all the screens in the native app hang together, we move on to designing the native app prototype in the next step.

Stage 3: Prototype Design

Now that the wireframe has been created, we create the first visual designs. Here, we identify a few screens with a key role in the native app. These we try to design in different styles and concepts addressing key User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) requirements. The screen designs are then sent over to the client and iterated upon. At the end, we have a unified visual design ready that both, appleute and the client are pleased with.
The wireframe and the visual design give rise to the creation of a first interactive prototype of the native app. An interactive native app prototype is a precursor version of your final native app. Even though it shows the final product-like looks, it is yet to receive depth in functionality. The interactive native app prototype is sufficient for testing.

Frequently, this is also based on a MVP spoken.

Stage 4: Prototype Testing

Native app developers for native apps

The interactive native app prototype has been developed and is now made available to users for testing. For internal native apps (company-specific apps that are not intended to be put on the app store or shared with the public), the company's employees are the perfect test subjects to provide feedback on what is good and what is bad. Subjects are asked to share their opinions on key UI and UX features. In the final phase of the development of the native App prototypes the prototype will be adjusted and improved based on the feedback. The final prototype will firstly have a design for all screens that exist in the native app and secondly be ready for use on all devices (smartphone, tablet, iPhone). In a scenario where a native app is to be developed for both Android and iOS, there may even be two different prototypes.
The wireframe and the visual design give rise to the creation of a first interactive prototype of the native app. An interactive native app prototype is a precursor version of your final native app. Even though it shows the final product-like looks, it is yet to receive depth in functionality. The interactive native app prototype is sufficient for testing.

Stage 5: Tech Specs & Development

The pre-design and design steps including app strategy layout, wireframe, prototype design, and prototype testing have been completed. The next step in the native app development process is the creation of the native app. UI designer and UX designer take a small step back so that IT project managers and native App developers into the App development can get in.
Before the actual coding begins, the Tech Specs (technical specifications) are documented. The Tech Spec documentation is a layer of (technical) notes that is added to the wireframe. The tech specs help developers understand in detail the operating principles of each wireframe component, such as whether a API Development is required to pull information from an external software system, or to which database a connection must be made.

Mobile App Development

Now the native app can be built. appleute developer develop native apps in milestones, often called development sprints. A native app development project is usually divided into 4-6 milestones, which are communicated transparently to the customer. After each completed milestone, the milestone is reviewed, tested and approved by appleute Quality Assurance.
After the wireframe and visual design, a first interactive Prototype of the native app is created. An interactive native app prototype is a preliminary version of your final native app. It shows the final product-like appearance, but does not yet get any depth in functionality. The interactive native app prototype is sufficient for testing.

Stage 6: User Acceptance Testing & Release Candidate Status

When all the milestones of the native App development are completed, the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is performed. The UAT is performed by the customer to ensure that the native app is suitable for real-world use, i.e. that extreme edge cases are also handled and that the originally formulated project specifications are met. If the UAT runs successfully, the customer gives his approval by signature.
At this stage, the native app has reached Release Candidate (RC) status - it's "gone silver": the RC status of the native app means that it is a beta version that can be deployed unless major bugs are diagnosed. If anything, only minimal refinements are usually made in iterations. The native app can now go into the app stores: For Android native apps this is the Google Play Store. For iOS native apps this is the App Store.

Stage 7: Launching the native app

The native app product has been delivered and officially launched. The client receives intellectual property pertaining to the native app product (functional specs, source code). Even if almost all clients continuously work with us post-development, the sharing of such intellectual property happens irrespective of a continuous collaboration.

App Launch

Stage 8: Post-delivery maintenance & support

No matter how much effort has been put into fixing bugs, there will still be a few things to rub out now that the app is used by a bigger audience. There are the most extreme edge cases that now come to light and will be resolved (old devices, outdated operating systems). Based on our experience, plan in a budget of 10-20 percent of the initial costs to build the native app product for post-delivery maintenance and support: Every new OS and device released will require adjustments that experienced native app developers from appleute know to address. appleute provides native app product upgrades and consulting.

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