MobiStine provides mobile applications development under iOS and Android platform as follows:
iPhone/ iPad Apps
There are few convincing reasons that lead you towards developing iPhone applications. Whether you are a small or big business, there is no exception at all. An innovative iPhone application elevates a company to bigger, faster, and farther reaching levels and the potential for tapping into new consumers. At MobiStine, we have all needed tools for reliable, secure, and predictable iPhone application development and delivery. We use Apple’s SDK (Software Development Kit) and we do Cocoa programming using Objective C language, which is the native programming language for iPhone OS and MAC OS and we use Apple’s Xcode (which is a suite of tools developed by Apple).
A world-class Mac OS X or iOS application provides a great user experience, and that means more than beautiful images and intuitive design. Great applications must feel fast, respond quickly, and impress with smooth animations and so, using the Xcode tools, can achieve the goal. MobiStine has an Apple’s lab (hardware and software) to test the applications we develop, in addition to the iPhone and iPad devices, we use the iOS Simulator which runs the application in much the same way as an actual iOS device. Because it is quick to launch and debug, the iOS Simulator makes for a perfect test bed to make sure the user interface works the way we intend.
|Android, a software platform and operating system for mobile devices developed by Google and the Open Handset Alliance, is the new craze of the Mobile application development industry. The Android mobile phone market is growing at an impressive rate every month with new handsets being released all the time. MobiStine uses the Android SDK (Software Development Kit) which provides the necessary tools to develop custom applications using the Java programming language. Android OS and its SDK come with a set of core applications, all written using the Java programming language which our team master.
Industry experts believe the boom owes much to the popularity of the Motorola Droid, MotoBLUR, certain HTC models, and the open-source nature of the OS.