Thursday, 10 September 2015

Android & iOS App- Major development differences

In Today’s world not only “After sales service and support” is applicable for the product related industries but also for Services Sector in fact on a much higher note than the Product Industry since after a service is something which is intangible and the trust factor needs to be regularly imposed and taken care of to expand customer base.

The segment of Android Mobile Application development requires after delivery support and assistance in two major domains- Bugs & Errors resolution and Scalability of the application. In case of android mobile apps testing is a big factor since android has lot of OS versions available in the market in handsets of different sizes, so making the app responsive for different screen resolutions is also a challenging and important tasks which the developer companies should keep in mind while developing apps to ensure delightful user experience and engagement.  Android mobile apps development requires specialized skill sets of resources in specific android tools, languages and platforms

On the contrary in case of iOS mobileapplication development lot of time gets invested for registering to the apple developer account and doing sign up for relevant certificates required for publishing the app on the App Store- Apple is very stringent on the security measures and concerns of its users.

Testing for an iOS mobile app is comparatively easier than an android application due to lesser number of OS version of iOS devices also they have limited screen sizes available.

Android & iOS application developmentcompanies in Delhi, Gurgaon & Noida have taken up native platform projects for better functioning and delightful user experience by maintaining and investing in platform specific teams to work on such projects.

Therefore we can conclude that although there are many differences in how Android and iOS apps are developed but they need the same amount of after delivery support and assistance for better functioning and long term user acceptability.

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