Mobile App Development


About 4 years of experience in developing mobile applications using React Native Framework.
React Native leverages common JavaScript skills while allowing a developer to simultaneously target both iOS and Android.


Efficient Customer ServiceReduce Paper CostsFree up StaffGive new insights to CustomersIncrease SalesEasy Access & Share BusinessMarket ExpansionAvailable & Easily operatedReliability & High SpeedEnhanced End User ExperienceImproves Business ProfitabilityIncreased awareness of Products an

How it Works

Not all apps work on all mobile devices. Once you buy a device, you're committed to using the operating system and the type of apps that go with it. The Android, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and BlackBerry mobile operating systems have app stores online where you can look for, download, and install apps.


1. SimplicityMany people have short attention spans and if you make you app difficult to navigate then they will lose interest fast. If your customer cannot access their information quickly and easily, they will become frustrated and do it another way – possibly by using a competitor’s app. Clear, uncluttered screens with obvious leads to the next step in the app process and no ambiguity improve the customer experience and will encourage them to continue to use it.
2. SpeedFast loading screens are vital. No one likes waiting, particularly when all they have to look at is a screen-loading symbol and this frustration soon gives way to boredom resulting in a decision to seek something better. Speed means an appropriate set of graphics and not fetching large tables and databases. Keep it simple and keep it quick.
3. Good image resolutionWhile you have to balance app speed against functionality and resolution, you have to ensure that what you have on screen is sufficiently detailed to make the user experience worthwhile. We are well past the times of blocky graphics and today’s users expect to have hi-definition and 16 million colours. Anything less will limit your app sales.
4. FlexibilityThere are three main mobile operating systems – iOS, Android, and Windows – and in order to achieve the best out of your app, it needs to be available on all of these. Android apps are easy to upload to the PlayStore, but iOS needs to be tried and tested by Apple before they are allowed on the App Store. The coding doesn’t necessarily need to be different but you may be dealing with different screen sizes and resolutions so make sure to test on both systems before uploading.
5. SecurityInternet security is becoming an ever-increasing issue and the same applies for your app. With many applications storing personal and sensitive information or credit and debit card details, security is an absolute must.Hackers may attempt to:Place malware into apps and onto devices where it can access data and steal screen lock passcodesIntercept sensitive information traveling over the networkSteal customer data for identity theft or fraud.Get hold of private business assetsAll of those potential issues mean that your app security must be watertight, rather than something that you tack on as an afterthought.


To Make IOS App

SwiftC++ JavaHTML5PHPPhoneGapAppceleratorRhoMobile

To Make Android App

KotlinAngular Material DesignReact-nativeFigmaFirebase


What is the difference between the Mobile App and the Mobile Website?Our Mobile Apps are native Apps that can be downloaded and installed on your compatible mobile device, while the Mobile Website is a web portal that runs directly in the mobile browser on your smart phone or other mobile device. Both the native Apps and the Mobile Website allow you to access your account information, view news releases
Is my phone supported?Our Mobile Apps are supported on the following platforms:iOS (iPhone, iPod touch, and/or iPad)Android
Our Mobile Website supports the following browsers:Google Chrome on Android OS 2.2 and aboveSafari on iOS 4.2 and aboveInternet Explorer

Is the Mobile App secure?Yes! All critical information is encrypted and no personal information is stored on your mobile device. However, mobile devices do offer you the ability to store your login information for apps installed on the device. If you choose to store your login information, any person who has access to your mobile device can access your account.
What features does the Mobile App have?Both the Mobile Apps and the Mobile Web App give you the ability to you to access your account information, view news releases, report an outage, and contact us via email or phone.
How do I get the Mobile App for my phone?Simply look for our name in the App Store or in the Android Market. In the Android Market, if you can't find our App, that likely means your phone is not supported - see the list of supported operating systems.