Agilie: A Flexible iOS App Development Company
We help you achieve your business goals by delivering high-quality iPhone and iPad apps.
We conduct a thorough planning on product design stage and follow the iterative development process, which allow us to build an ultimate solution in the shortest term. Our immense experience will help you build any type of iOS app - from an MVP to a full-fledged product.
The world goes mobile and the substantial part of this transition is Apple mobile devices: iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. We know how to get your ideas work on these devices, so we provide quality native iOS application development services.
We possess an elaborate technology stack and build your app using native iOS development tools. We also consider all App Store requirements and iOS design guidelines to make sure that your app will be released in time and will work on iOS-powered devices perfectly. The refined workflow our iOS app development company has been establishing for years ensures you’ll get the best product quality as quickly as it’s possible.
After the app is released, we offer continuous support from our iOS app development team to keep your application up-to-date with current Apple software and hardware.
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Programming languages used for iOS app development.
Objective-C is the native, primary programming language for developing apps for Apple’s operating systems, and the language most of the existing iOS apps are written in.
Swift is a programming language specifically designed by Apple for iOS, MacOS, watchOS, tvOS to eventually replace Objective-C. Swift inherits the best paradigms from C and Objective-C. It also uses different storage and distribution of automatic overflow control variables or arrays, which significantly increases the code’s reliability and security.
Swift is fully interoperable with Objective-C, and the Swift code can be used even if your existing app is written in Objective-C.
Frameworks for iOS software development.
Cocoa Touch is the environment used for developing applications that run on iOS. It includes the Objective-C runtime and two core frameworks: Foundation Kit and UIKit. Using Cocoa Touch to develop native iOS apps allows us to employ the hardware and features that are unique to the iOS-powered devices.
OpenGL ES is a subset of the OpenGL graphics API designed specifically for embedded systems, mobile platforms specifically. The Apple devices’ GPUs perform sophisticated 2D and 3D drawing, as well as complex shading calculations on every pixel in the final image. We use OpenGL ES API to process such calculations, making it work together with Apple’s native higher-level frameworks.
Unity is a multiplatform graphics engine for the development of applications and games that use sophisticated 2D and 3D scenes.
Cocos2d is a cross-platform application framework we use to develop interactive applications and games utilizing simple animations, physics and custom GUI elements.
Native graphics APIs and frameworks.
SceneKit is Apple’s high-performance graphics rendering engine equipped with an API for import, manipulation, and rendering of 3D assets for mobile apps and games. SceneKit allows us to add various animations, physics and particle effects, and realistic rendering of 3D scenes to your app.
SpriteKit is a framework that integrates with SceneKit and can apply custom OpenGL ES shaders to provide battery-efficient graphic effects, animation, and rendering for sprites in 2D games.
The Metal Framework provides a low-overhead access to the Apple devices’ GPU. The framework employs precompiled shaders, state objects, and explicit command scheduling to ensure your app’s high performance.
Using social networks to market your app and acquire users.
Using APIs provided by such social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others, we can easily integrate them with your app. This allows people using your product to easily log in via their existing social media profiles, share content online providing your product with more visibility, and invite friends to join them in your app.
Continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery tools.
Continuous integration is the practice of storing all project’s code on a dedicated CI server. CI makes possible to automate app builds delivery, testing, and optimization. To manage the CI workflow, we use Jenkins and Xcode Server.
WatchOS is an operating system by Apple used in Apple Watch.
You can expand your iPhone and iPad app’s experience by developing a companion app for Apple Watch that will provide more on-the-go accessibility to your app’s functionality and services.
Augmented reality is a trending way to engage users.
Augmented reality (AR) technologies get more and more traction. Interacting with digital content added to the feed from a device’s camera is an engaging extension of user experience within your app.
The cross-platform solutions help to optimize the expenses and delivery dates of mobile application development.
Cross-platform apps can run on multiple mobile platforms using the same code base. Unfortunately, it could be achieved only with losses in the user experience quality. Cross-platform solutions are mostly used to get a minimum viable product (MVP) quickly and then remade an app into a native solution.
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Here are the stages your app follow to evolve from an idea to a finished product.
We conduct a deep market research to find the best solution for your business objectives. We usually offer several project estimation options so that you could choose the one that fits your budget, expectations and business plans best.
We prepare the detailed and transparent project development plan, thoroughly outlining each app development stage and its estimated timing.
We present the prototype (the draft version of the app) that includes the wireframes of the each screen of the app and the detailed user flow, and discuss the details until we get ultimate approval from you.
Our design studio provides your app with the clean user interface and intuitive user experience (UI/UX) that follow Apple design guidelines and ensures the consistency of your app’s Brand Identity.
Our iOS development team writes a clear and accurate code to embody your idea by implementing the latest native and custom technologies in your app.
After each new build of your app is deployed, our QA team conducts a set of app testing activities in order to find and eradicate technical errors and ensure the high quality of the final product.
We know all about app publishing pitfalls and strictly follow the Apple App Store guidelines to make sure your app will be published to App Store as soon as it will be ready.
We offer a full scope of post-release support activities to keep your app up-to-date and ensure its quality throughout the whole lifecycle.