Horus

Mobile Development Studio

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About Horus
Horus is a mobile development studio passionate about creating cutting edge apps to solve everyday problems, simplify frustrating activities, and bring solutions to the palm of your hand. Mobile Expertise: We have dedicated teams that are capable of building leading-ed...
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$25 - $49/hr
2 - 9
2018
Canada, Uruguay
Horus
Mobile Development Studio
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Services

Discovery Stage

We sit down with your team and study your idea in detail to devise a technical solution that will promise future growth. Defining the app’s purpose, features, differentiators, monetization, and release plan to get things rolling.

 

UI/UX Design

Great product design creates an experience that deepens users’ connections to your business and brand. Our goal for design is to create an award-winning user experiences to keep your customers coming back for more.
We use InVision to promptly deliver your app’s future look and feel.We thrive on your feedback to implement changes and achieve that perfect user journey.Our approach is simple: we focus on how actual people will use our clients’ products.

 

Mobile Development

Our Cross-platform app development expertise helps us to deliver excellent multi-platform apps that provide high-performance ratio and reduces the hassle of dealing with multiple mobile apps.
The clear advantage of cross- platform mobile app development is that you’ll be able to deliver your concise message to everyone, rather than having several companies work on several types of apps(which often results in bugs, issues, and wildly differing user experiences).

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Portfolio
3 Portfolios
Planet 01
In association with Cavepot, we created an innovative concept of organization and monitoring of students travel groups. The app main purpose is to keep track of each student, check them in or out on each activity and get their medical information by easily scanning their ...
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$0 to $10000 8 weeks Travel & Lifestyle
Discussions
Everything is under a thrift during the Coronavirus pandemic these days. Every day, thousands of people are reporting COVID-19 positive with hundreds of deaths in the nations all around. Many countries have imposed lockdowns. The majority of them are facing a double-trouble of saving humanity and the economy at the same time. Governments have assured supplies of living essentials to the public, and it is raging a severe debt that could take years to recover. Software houses are also under a lot of struggle these days. Thanks to the data supplies and telecom companies so that it helped to maintain the big to small IT companies and software providers to get their work done through ‘Work from Home’ facility from their employees. Let us check further how these offices are actually operating during this huge pandemic. Five companies are providing remote working tools to their employees during the Corona Outbreak A few tech companies are making it easier for people to work from home. Microsoft is offering a free trial plan of its Team chap app’s premium plan to take meetings and make use of the data storage. The premium trial version will be available for an extended period of six months. Google has allowed free access to the enterprise version of Hangouts Meet to all the users of G Suite and G Suite for Education. Here, up to 250 people can make a call, record meeting, and live-stream capabilities for up to 100,000 viewers until July 2020. LogMeIn is creating the emergency remote working kits to make it available to the users free for three months. It would be profitable for non-profit organizations, schools, health organizations, and many that are not its customer list. GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar venture by LogMeIn will be helpful to up to 3,000 users to host meetings and presentations. Cisco Webex is offering its Webex service’s free version with no time limitations. Up to 100 meeting-participants can use toll-free dial-in features with a 90-day license for businesses as per this facility. Zoom has already established its free videoconferencing software, and the company is working towards ensuring the maximum reliability of the software amid an increase in the user capacity due to para mounting the uptime. Tech firms have switched to video interviews to hire fresh content Wipro, Cognizant, NSE, and NTT are utilizing virtual meeting systems to interview and select candidates for their business. On-boarding of selected candidates is, though, postponed until April. Experts from leading recruitment agencies and firms suggest that the companies will strictly stick to the video-based recruitment procedures in the coming weeks. Earlier, the virtual interviews accounted for up to 10-15% only, but now, the percentage of personal meetings is going down to nil. LinkedIn – one of the top recruitment firms in the world offers free job posting to the companies dealing in healthcare, supermarket, warehousing, freight delivery, and disaster relief non-profit organizations to accelerate hiring candidates for the critical roles to fight COVID-19. These companies can post their jobs on LinkedIn free from April 1 to June 30 to find the people for critical purposes during COVID-19 mission. India’s biggest delivery brands, online grocery, and pharmacy stores are hiring experienced riders to deliver essential items to the public. BigBasket, MedLife, Grofers, and Starquik are hiring experienced pickers and riders for many part-time and full-time opportunities. A disaster preparedness policy Many companies have prepared the disaster management policy in this gloomy time to cover several things. It spells as how the employees should work from their home and what tools they would need to get the job done. How can they handle travel? How the meetings would be conducted and reports generated? They have also included things such as insurance coverage for trip cancellations or business closures. How to finance the business when no one is investing? What are supply chain alternatives, and what lines of credit are available? Software houses, IT companies, and other corporate businesses are still optimistic that they will pass this, and the economy will come back to life very soon.
Everything is under a thrift during the Coronavirus pandemic these days. Every day, thousands of people are reporting COVID-19 positive with hundreds of deaths in the nations all around. Many countries have imposed lockdowns. The majority of them are facing a double-trouble of saving humanity and the economy at the same time. Governments have assured supplies of living essentials to the public, and it is raging a severe debt that could take years to recover. Software houses are also under a lot of struggle these days. Thanks to the data supplies and telecom companies so that it helped to maintain the big to small IT companies and software providers to get their work done through ‘Work from Home’ facility from their employees. Let us check further how these offices are actually operating during this huge pandemic. Five companies are providing remote working tools to their employees during the Corona Outbreak A few tech companies are making it easier for people to work from home. Microsoft is offering a free trial plan of its Team chap app’s premium plan to take meetings and make use of the data storage. The premium trial version will be available for an extended period of six months. Google has allowed free access to the enterprise version of Hangouts Meet to all the users of G Suite and G Suite for Education. Here, up to 250 people can make a call, record meeting, and live-stream capabilities for up to 100,000 viewers until July 2020. LogMeIn is creating the emergency remote working kits to make it available to the users free for three months. It would be profitable for non-profit organizations, schools, health organizations, and many that are not its customer list. GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar venture by LogMeIn will be helpful to up to 3,000 users to host meetings and presentations. Cisco Webex is offering its Webex service’s free version with no time limitations. Up to 100 meeting-participants can use toll-free dial-in features with a 90-day license for businesses as per this facility. Zoom has already established its free videoconferencing software, and the company is working towards ensuring the maximum reliability of the software amid an increase in the user capacity due to para mounting the uptime. Tech firms have switched to video interviews to hire fresh content Wipro, Cognizant, NSE, and NTT are utilizing virtual meeting systems to interview and select candidates for their business. On-boarding of selected candidates is, though, postponed until April. Experts from leading recruitment agencies and firms suggest that the companies will strictly stick to the video-based recruitment procedures in the coming weeks. Earlier, the virtual interviews accounted for up to 10-15% only, but now, the percentage of personal meetings is going down to nil. LinkedIn – one of the top recruitment firms in the world offers free job posting to the companies dealing in healthcare, supermarket, warehousing, freight delivery, and disaster relief non-profit organizations to accelerate hiring candidates for the critical roles to fight COVID-19. These companies can post their jobs on LinkedIn free from April 1 to June 30 to find the people for critical purposes during COVID-19 mission. India’s biggest delivery brands, online grocery, and pharmacy stores are hiring experienced riders to deliver essential items to the public. BigBasket, MedLife, Grofers, and Starquik are hiring experienced pickers and riders for many part-time and full-time opportunities. A disaster preparedness policy Many companies have prepared the disaster management policy in this gloomy time to cover several things. It spells as how the employees should work from their home and what tools they would need to get the job done. How can they handle travel? How the meetings would be conducted and reports generated? They have also included things such as insurance coverage for trip cancellations or business closures. How to finance the business when no one is investing? What are supply chain alternatives, and what lines of credit are available? Software houses, IT companies, and other corporate businesses are still optimistic that they will pass this, and the economy will come back to life very soon.

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Everything is under a thrift during the Coronavirus pandemic these days. Every day, thousands of people are reporting COVID-19 positive with hundreds of deaths in the nations all around. Many countries have imposed lockdowns. The majority of them are facing a double-trouble of saving humanity and the economy at the same time. Governments have assured supplies of living essentials to the public, and it is raging a severe debt that could take years to recover.

Software houses are also under a lot of struggle these days. Thanks to the data supplies and telecom companies so that it helped to maintain the big to small IT companies and software providers to get their work done through ‘Work from Home’ facility from their employees. Let us check further how these offices are actually operating during this huge pandemic.

Five companies are providing remote working tools to their employees during the Corona Outbreak

A few tech companies are making it easier for people to work from home.

Microsoft is offering a free trial plan of its Team chap app’s premium plan to take meetings and make use of the data storage. The premium trial version will be available for an extended period of six months.

Google has allowed free access to the enterprise version of Hangouts Meet to all the users of G Suite and G Suite for Education. Here, up to 250 people can make a call, record meeting, and live-stream capabilities for up to 100,000 viewers until July 2020.

LogMeIn is creating the emergency remote working kits to make it available to the users free for three months. It would be profitable for non-profit organizations, schools, health organizations, and many that are not its customer list. GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar venture by LogMeIn will be helpful to up to 3,000 users to host meetings and presentations.

Cisco Webex is offering its Webex service’s free version with no time limitations. Up to 100 meeting-participants can use toll-free dial-in features with a 90-day license for businesses as per this facility.

Zoom has already established its free videoconferencing software, and the company is working towards ensuring the maximum reliability of the software amid an increase in the user capacity due to para mounting the uptime.

Tech firms have switched to video interviews to hire fresh content

Wipro, Cognizant, NSE, and NTT are utilizing virtual meeting systems to interview and select candidates for their business. On-boarding of selected candidates is, though, postponed until April.

Experts from leading recruitment agencies and firms suggest that the companies will strictly stick to the video-based recruitment procedures in the coming weeks. Earlier, the virtual interviews accounted for up to 10-15% only, but now, the percentage of personal meetings is going down to nil.

LinkedIn – one of the top recruitment firms in the world offers free job posting to the companies dealing in healthcare, supermarket, warehousing, freight delivery, and disaster relief non-profit organizations to accelerate hiring candidates for the critical roles to fight COVID-19. These companies can post their jobs on LinkedIn free from April 1 to June 30 to find the people for critical purposes during COVID-19 mission.

India’s biggest delivery brands, online grocery, and pharmacy stores are hiring experienced riders to deliver essential items to the public. BigBasket, MedLife, Grofers, and Starquik are hiring experienced pickers and riders for many part-time and full-time opportunities.

A disaster preparedness policy

Many companies have prepared the disaster management policy in this gloomy time to cover several things. It spells as how the employees should work from their home and what tools they would need to get the job done. How can they handle travel? How the meetings would be conducted and reports generated?

They have also included things such as insurance coverage for trip cancellations or business closures. How to finance the business when no one is investing? What are supply chain alternatives, and what lines of credit are available?

Software houses, IT companies, and other corporate businesses are still optimistic that they will pass this, and the economy will come back to life very soon.

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Horus
60 Elmsdale Dr., Kitchener, Ontario N2E 2G4
Canada
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Pablo de María 1122, Montevideo, Montevideo 11200
Uruguay
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