mobile applications

Mobile Apps - iSoft

Mobile is the future of everything...

iSoft provides consulting and mobile app development services for different platform and industries. With our highly qualified development team, we offer only the best technology in Mobile Application development.

Our development team is always on top of new technology tools that can create an all-around custom mobile applications.  If you have an idea for a mobile app, bring it to us and we’ll cover the rest from consulting, design, development up to market release.

“The adoption rate of mobile is twice that of the internet, three times that of social media, and 10 times faster than PCs.”

What you will get

We let you map the benefits of cross-platform mobile apps development onto your business.



Having a unique and highly reusable code base translates into direct cost savings. Take advantage of the cross-platform development approach to reduce hybrid mobile development costs by 60% compared to native applications.



Once your application is activated, the shared code will be redeemed again, since you will only need a single computer to support both platforms. Take advantage of this opportunity to shorten the feedback loop and ensure faster implementation of functions and troubleshooting.



It is not necessary to coordinate separate teams to build, test and maintain applications for each platform. Take advantage of the power of hybrid mobile app development to create a unique code base for all platforms and accelerate delivery.

What We Can Do

With the existence of multiple mobile devices and multiple smartphone platforms, we’ve gained expertise in providing cross platform development services for both Android and iOS devices in the price of one codebase and using the same IDE, language, and APIs. We provide various hybrid app development services listed below:

“In today’s modern world, people are either asleep or connected via mobile.”


  • With native app development, we use default language and IDE for both iOS and Android, i.e. Objective C/ Swift with xCode for iOS and JAVA/ Kotlin with Android studio for Android.
  • Cross platform technology provides a framework where coding is done once, however it can be utilized to deploy app in iOS, Android, and Windows phone.
When it comes to deciding whether to build a mobile app or a mobile website, the right choice simply depends on your business objectives. If your goal is to offer mobile-friendly content to a wide range of people, then a mobile website might be the way to go. Mobile websites can be a cost-effective way to put your content into the hands of your audience; however, users have high expectations for quality and functionality that mobile websites sometimes can’t deliver. Users can become easily frustrated when faced with performance and usability issues. Factors like load times, small images, lack of information, and network availability all pose the same problem: users have to work too hard to interact with your brand. Mobile apps are an excellent resource for engaging, interacting and communicating with your customers. An app can be a personalized communication tool, leveraging user interests, location usage behavior, and more. Over time, your brand can drive amplified customer loyalty with personalized, in-app content. In many cases, you may decide you need both a mobile app and a mobile website. If done correctly, it can be a strategic and valuable choice. In short, when it comes to your brand’s mobile strategy, it’s not a question of a mobile website or mobile app, but perhaps applying a two-pronged approach.

Choosing the right mobile app monetization model is imperative to the success of any mobile app, and consequently, can negatively impact the overall user experience if you choose the wrong strategy. How do you generate a decent stream of revenue without compromising the overall quality and user experience of your app? 

Selecting the model that is right for your app will depend on a variety of factors, but you need to establish your monetization strategy before you launch your product. Business objectives will dictate the approach your product employs. At the basest level, you need to consider what your app does. What problem does it solve? How does it solve this problem? What is the service/purpose? Some monetization models will lend themselves to particular types of apps. For example, the subscription model works best for services like music, and video streaming, news and entertainment, and other apps focused heavily on content. In-app purchases, on the other hand, are lucrative for free-to-play games and apps centered around products, like shopping and retail apps. 

Careful consideration of how you will monetize based on your product type, your user base, and market intelligence won’t guarantee profitability, but it increases your chances of success. The most common app monetization strategies are: 

  • Advertising based
  • Pay Per Download
  • In-App Purchases
  • Freemium
  • Subscription

 Regardless of the app monetization model you choose for your application, remember that it is not an afterthought. It should be worked into your business plan well before the launch of your app. The last thing you want is to invest in a product that has no practical model in place for generating revenue.

Native Apps are built for specific platforms making them fast and responsive. They are considered to have the best performance and have the best overall user experience.

When you’re starting with app development, many companies have a lot of items to consider, the first being who is going to build the product? Outsourcing mobile app development comes with experience and expertise, early adopters in new trends and technologies, and flexibility.

The demand for mobile apps is growing every year, and many internal IT teams are unable to keep up with the rate of change. There will always be a limit on what can be accomplished by an internal team in a given timeframe. If your company already has many internal projects on the go, outsourcing for development may be the best option to ensure your project is prioritized correctly.

Resourcing and recruiting talent is among the top challenges for enterprise app development. A lot of times, enterprises don’t have the required bandwidth for in-house app development, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to identify and hire for the required roles to build an app.

Mixed-sourcing is a practical option for delivering mobile apps. Companies can leverage their internal teams in areas where they excel and outsource for additional expertise.

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