Apps for iPhone and Android

Mobility is now a core component of how we do business. We’re here to help you determine the best way to use mobile data and apps within your organization.

We are here to help you determine the best way to use mobile data and apps for your business or non-profit needs. We not only develop apps, but we help our clients formulate the best plan for engaging these critical platforms.

Our high-quality, intuitive, and scalable solutions are built for enterprise and innovators. The mobile software is intelligently planned and smartly designed, ensuring that once your app is in the App Store or Google Play, your stakeholders are engaging with your brand in the most positive way possible.

Think of us as your digital partner: we’re here to help get your vision for a mobile app to market, and although we don’t like to brag, we’re good at doing just that.

By 2020, there will be 1.5 mobile devices per capita. There will be 11.6 billion mobile-connected devices by 2020—exceeding the world’s projected population at that time (7.8 billion).

Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2015–2020 White Paper, Cisco®

Why do we think mobile?

Your Customers are Mobile

Today’s customers expect creative communication. Mobile technologies, in the form of iPhone or Android apps, or mobile-friendly websites, ensure that you’re not leaving valuable opportunities on the table. Drive higher impact interactions, higher customer satisfaction and, ultimately, higher sales, using mobile tech.

Your Employees are Mobile

More and more often, your staff is mobile. We’re expecting more of them while their in the field, working with your customers and stakeholders. How we think about being productive in today’s world of work includes thinking about our smartphone and tablet usage, and thinking about when we’re connected (and when we’re not).

Our Technology Platforms for Mobile App Development


With over 1 billion active devices, building native apps for Apple iPhone and iPad is a critical component of our mobile app development practice because, well, that’s too big of a market to ignore.


When we’re talking about Gingerbread or Quince Tart, we’re not talking about desserts—we’re talking about different versions of Google’s mobile platform, and how we can build the best apps for Android-based phones and tablets.


At Punchcard, Xamarin is a natural fit for us. Without a background in Microsoft technologies, Xamarin enables us to create native iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile apps using C#.

React Native

When building mobile applications, we leverage React Native, a library for mobile development which, like React, has been developed by the team at Facebook and Instagram. One of the key benefits of choosing React Native is the ability to develop and deploy applications across both iOS and Android devices.


React (also known as React.js) is a library for building user interfaces and is primarily used as a framework for the development of single-page or mobile applications. React allows developers to create large web applications that can change data, without reloading the page. The main purpose of React is to be fast, scalable, and simple.

Ionic Framework

If you’ve worked with any of our web developers, you know how much we love Angular.js. The ionic Framework brings the power of this dynamic JavaScript library to mobile development, giving us the flexibility to rapidly create data-centric apps.

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