Custom App Development

Custom App Development

  • Custom applications improvement is the planning of programming applications for clients in an association to satisfy explicit business needs.
  • Designing and developing your own custom app addresses particular obligations rather than the more conventional and standard software.

The benefits of custom app development

The fact that a tailored coat suits one better is undeniable; the same goes for the custom apps. Of course, sometimes a ready-made coat can do the job – warm one up in the cold weather, but if you need to shine and stand out of the crowd, then a customized solution can do the trick much better. Here is why.

    • Cross-platform application. When a client orders custom app development, they decide which OSs, devices, models, browsers, and versions of all those are supported by the app. The low/no-code solutions frequently have a very limited selection. Furthermore, an app designed according to your requirements can seamlessly store a user’s session from a web app into an Android or desktop version. The end-users always appreciate such UX.

    • High security. This is a distinctive and essential element of customization since the dev team can build-in any security feature you might need (two-step verification, blockchain, ciphered data, etc.) This, in turn, decreases the risk of piracy and increases customer loyalty.

    • Planning. A custom app can be designed with the future vision to scale, connect to other services, grow for new features, etc. This benefit works best if you are using the same development team for the current and future app building.

    • Smoother connection. Some low-code apps are hard to connect to the existing systems, especially when the programming languages or codes do not match. With a custom solution, this problem does not exist because the app is specifically designed to seamlessly connect with the existing and even legacy systems.

    • Storage location. Today, customized applications are frequently stored on a cloud to provide for the fast and efficient work of the app, while the ready-made versions would require a server to run from. This entails an extra cost and a higher risk of the app crashing.