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Mobile app development refers to creating applications and other software specific to mobile devices, like smartphones, smart TVs and smart watches. Netguru builds mobile applications on all major platforms, including iOS and Android. Mobile development seeks to optimize functionality and user experience on mobile devices. On Netguru blog we cover mobile development topics, including Native Apps, Swift, Kotlin, React Native and Flutter.

A few months back I had the opportunity to be a part of a project in which the goal was to design an app helping surgeons perform operations. The app was unique in that it adopted the rigid checks and procedures used in military aviation.
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Though skilled mobile developers are among the most sought-after experts in the IT industry, finding the right job can be challenging even for them, because it’s difficult to spot the best opportunities out there. This is why we want to let you in on our approach to building mobile apps. We’re also going to tell you about some of the projects we’ve worked on – to help potential future team members decide whether they want to join us.
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A few years back, hybrid apps built with Ionic, Cordova or PhoneGap were a perfect and cost-effective alternative to native development. However, with technology moving forward, they might not meet users’ expectations anymore. React Native is a good alternative that can save your app from going under.
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Years ago, it was perfectly plausible for a company to have a great product, a persuasive marketing team, and ride high in its industry without fear of being toppled by a younger, smaller rival. In the digital era, however, new technologies are rapidly changing the business landscape, and organizations are turning to digital transformation as they look for ways to remain competitive.
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Mobile apps are a very important part of our everyday life. We use them to stay informed, to connect with our friends and family, and for entertainment. According to Statista, there are over 2.7 billion smartphone users in the world. We use our phones for most of the day and 90% of this mobile time is spent using various apps. 
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On 17 May 2017, Google announced their first-class support for Kotlin, which means that Kotlin became an official language for Android app development. Since then, JetBrains proved that Kotlin can also be successfully used for writing iOS apps – the official app of KotlinConf 2017 was built entirely in Kotlin and supported iOS, Android, as well as most browsers via its web app.
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Designing an app nowadays is a tricky process. The app marketplace is not only reaching its saturation point, but you will also face fierce competition when launching the app, let alone the increased limitations and rules for app design. That’s why building a user interface is a key element for making your app stand out. In this piece, we’ll discuss how user interfaces have evolved over the last few years, what the frequent mistakes in app design are and how to avoid them, and what alternatives to touch screens you can leverage in your digital product.
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Still on the fence about choosing React Native as the framework for your next mobile app? We’ve got you covered. We selected and answered the most common questions that pop up when people consider using React Native in a project. We hope this short guide will make things much clearer.
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Mobile applications are a source of information, knowledge, and entertainment. We always have them with us and we can use them at any time to obtain relevant information. That is why enterprises can speed up their flow of information and fuel business growth with them.
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What is augmented reality? Augmented reality has become quite a popular term in the past few years thanks to Google Glass, but the idea is older than the first Android phone. Do you remember the Terminator movie? The main hero’s vision mapped the nearby area and displayed additional information about objects or people. And that, in essence, was AR.
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