With a portfolio of more than 200 Apps date, Agicent is one of the most trusted third party Mobile App Development Companies in the industry.
We are one of the best App development companies for early stage to growing mobile and web startups. Our foundation leadership consists of seasoned technology and business experts, which is complemented by a highly energetic and talented team of software engineers under one roof. We are a proud Customer-centric organization, and the same is our core value. Agicent is headquartered in Noida, India, with a sales & delivery office at NJ, USA.
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- Mobile App Development
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Aiko & Egor Mobile App: Animation 4 Autism
What is it about the company that you appreciate the most?
Flexibility, ability to incorporate feedback, willingness to take direction and push back if needed.
What was it about the company that you didn't like which they should do better?
Responsiveness and clear communication.
Agicent Technologies Pvt. ltd. and Aiko & Egor: Animation 4 Autism
I work as a business leader and chief solution consultant. Being the co-founder, I could wear any hat that came in my way; through now I focus largely on the business, clients, and the app solutions we create.
- Acceptance & Testing criteria – The earlier we define and keep updating the criteria of acceptance for the application, the better focussed the developer can be in rolling out best software piece in one hit.
- Feasibility study – It is always helpful to create a PoC of a complex feature even before starting the project to ensure.
- Team Allocation strategy as per the business plan/ launch plan.
- Contingency planning – What in case a delay is unavoidable due to any bad thing during the project. Assigning a backup developer, weekly project releases and teamwork.
However, on an average, a normal mobile app would take not more than 8 weeks to get developed from the front end and the backend would be developed in parallel and may take 3 additional weeks. So total 11 weeks for an average mobile app.
- Target market’s income group.
- The niche of the industry being targeted.
- Feasibility of features on platforms (Sometimes what works on android can’t be created on iOS because of Apple’s closed ecosystem).
- Third-party device integration requirement.
- Go native for sure, if your product is fresh and you can do so on one platform at first and extend to another only after gaining some traction.
- Go native if your app heavily uses device’s resources like GPS, accelerometer, and offline capabilities.
- Go hybrid if you want to cover all platforms at once, and ain’t much fussy about the performance. Also, if you already have the app existing in form of web app or iOS or Android App. Since users already use your app, they might not mind a hybrid app.
- Whether the app is only online or both online and offline.
- Number of features and their interoperability.
- Number of Screens, or dynamic screens.
- The complexity of the functionality.
- Level of quality and polishing you want on the app.
- Complexity, the size of the backend in terms of logic and its processes.
- Graphics quality level, Animations and special effects are more costly.
- Integration of AI capabilities (Artificial Intelligence).
- The depth of integration with third-party APIs.
- Location of the developer as offshore developers is much cost effective.