iOS developers are often externally hired developers. For many clients when they enter the app business, the costs are very important. And even if the planned iOS app is intended to be more of an addition to the current product range, external iOS developers are still necessary. Only large companies and corporations have the luxury of having their own development department if the app is not part of their core business. In contrast, there is a wide range of startups and independent app developers who try their luck with their own business ideas.

What iOS developers do

iOS has a market share of around 25%, in comparison to the market leader Android. There are a number of tools on offer from Apple and third-parties for developing iOS apps. If the framework provided by Apple, Xcode, is used then the iOS app is programmed using the language Objective-C. Objective-C has its roots in the programming languages C and SmallTalk. Rather than relying on Xcode, which is limited to iOS, developers like to use development environments which let you also develop the app for Android, Windows and other systems at the same time.

Xamarin lets you develop native apps for Android, iOS and Windows simultaneously by using the .NET programming language C#. Corona SDK offers the same programming opportunities, and is very popular. It uses Lua, a language that focuses on very fast and simple app development. Corona SDK is broadly positioned, with support for Kindle, Windows Desktop, macOS, Apple TV and Android TV.

Titanium, another cross-platform mobile development kit, allows developers to integrate the Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) feature from the manufacturer Appcelerator. Titanium creates apps with JavaScript, and complex features are realised with the MBaaS approach and the Titanium API, which means a mix of high app performance and simplified app development.

The list of available programming tools goes on and on. This framework overview page lists forty different development environments which allow you to design iOS apps. When choosing the developer platform, and an iOS developer, you should keep the technology in mind. Some of these toolkits are more suitable for hybrid iOS. In hybrid apps, a native shell which is written in a language understandable to the target platform acts as the interface to the operating system.

This shell, the wrapper, allows access to the hardware and acts as a type of sandbox for correct execution. Simple hybrid apps are very similar to heavy web apps, and are developed with the relevant web technologies.

Apache Cordova is one such framework suitable for hybrid apps, and makes cross-platform development possible with CSS3, HTML5 and JavaScript. Apache Cordova is less suited for very power-hungry apps however, and the hardware support can be somewhat problematic for certain device functions with Apache Cordova.

Find knowledgeable and affordable iOS developers

Once you know what app approach you will take, the search for a suitable iOS developer becomes significantly easier. Affordable iOS developers who offer their expertise as outsourcing providers are easy to find in India. The country has a large amount of excellent IT professionals and has specialised in outsourcing services for Western clients for years. Currently, around 55% of the global IT outsourcing market is held by India.

If you are interested in an Indian iOS developer, we at outsourcing4work can quickly find you a suitable professional.

These can be app developers for a project at a fixed-price, as temporary employees or as an offshore branch (light) with a complete team in India. We will find the best solution for you according to the scope and tasks of your app project.

Our European project managers will ensure that everything runs smoothly after concluding the contract. All contracts are concluded with us as a European IT outsourcing provider, which means you will always be on the safe side legally.

Professionelle App Entwickler aus Indien

App developers are more popular than ever. Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are one of the fastest growing sectors, while the PC market has had low growth for years.

The term app developer is very general – there are a number of platforms, app types and also technologies which differ very much from one another. If you are looking to outsource to an app developer, you should know the differences. Nobody wants to buy a pig in a poke.

The market for mobile apps is currently dominated by Android and iOS, although Windows Phone is also present. However since the platform has hardly any market share, I will focus on the first two.

How an Android app developer works

An Android app developer works primarily with the programming languages JAVA, C++ and PHP, although Android is still quite young in comparison to these programming languages. Many Android app developers therefore already have a lot of experience with them, and only acquired their additional knowledge in Android apps later.

Although there are commercial development environments available, many Android developer use the free tools provided by Google. (Android developer tools with development environment, SDK and optimised emulators for Google APIs.) Developers who work with commercial development tools like Eclipse (allround), IntelliJIDEA (Java), Cordova (HTML5) and Kivy (Python) have been in business for a longer time, and have a lot of good experience. When hiring for an app project you should definitely think about the future of the app. In order to make future improvements and new versions you will be strongly tied to the previously used programming tools.

The advantage of commercial development environments is that, in contrast to Google’s Android developer tools, some of these alternatives allow cross-platform development, meaning you can develop the same app for iOS and other interfaces at the same time. If you want to bring out the app for multiple platforms, you can save a lot of money this way – unlike completely separate app development. Instead of native apps, you can use hybrid apps which are relatively easy to port to other platforms.

Hybrid apps let the software developer combine the advantages of web apps and native application development. A native wrapper is written in the language understood by the target platform and provides an expanded access to the hardware as an interface to the operating system, and acts as a kind of sandbox for the performance.

App development with iOS

Native iOS apps generally use the language Objective-C (or C/C++). iOS app developers work with the Xcode development environment that Apple provides for free. In contrast to Java, which is mainly used for Android, there are significantly less Objective-C developers. Since Xcode is only available on macOS, many iOS developers focus on iOS in the sense of Apple. It can’t be expected that an iOS developer can port the app onto other platforms.

In contrast to Android which has many different Android versions and device types, iOS developers have it much easier. With iOS, you can assume that around 80% of users have the newest version of iOS installed. Android developers will need to keep in mind all the different scenarios when it comes to app development in order to reach the largest audience. There’s no point developing an app that only runs on the newest Android version, which is just 10-30% of devices.

Further steps in app development

Before approaching an app developer, you should be clear on the most important steps of app development. These are:

App strategy: What type of app is going to be the best? Are hybrids in demand? (promo app, e-commerce app, service app, an app as a commercial product, game, supplement to the website, online/offline, etc.)

Features and look: What sort of design should the app have? Mock-ups can be made before you even approach an app developer. (Menus, buttons, screens, options, features, etc.)

Development phase: What is your schedule until release, and what features should be included in the first version? You should set milestones, which you can discuss with the app developer during the implementation phase.

Release: Once the app is ready, it will need to be released in the respective app store. Should the app developer be in charge of this? What happens with the user accounts?

Service and further development: The first version is when things really get started for mobile apps. If you want your app to be successful, you will be in for the long haul. App developer know this, and take it into account when they give their prices for the first version. You should clarify any follow-up costs which can arise at the start.

App developers from India

You can save a lot of money with an app developer from India compared to an app developer from Europe. Once you have the essential points of app development clearly set out, you can start the search for a suitable outsourcing provider. This is especially easy with outsourcing4work – we have a lot of experience with Indian IT professionals. Our clients will also have one of our Scrum project managers by their side to ensure everything runs smoothly during outsourcing to India. You can conclude the contracts with us and we then take over the payment of the Indian app developer.

Various aspects or special features cost extra in app development. However, hardly any developer can give you a cost estimate without a clear idea of what you want in an app.

App development – costs according to operation system

If you are planning to develop an app, the different interfaces (iOS, Android and Windows Mobile) all cost about the same. The cost of development and tools is very similar. Depending on the provider and app type there are differences, as app developers calculate costs depending on the current demand situation.

Some years ago there was a high demand for iOS, and this gave iOS developers generous room to play. This is currently no longer the case, and it is similar for Android, although to a lesser extent. Android overtook iOS in 2010 and currently has around 70% of the market, with nearly twice as many users.

Windows Mobile only has around 6%, but it is also somewhat cheaper for app development. In comparison to Android and iOS, costs are about 10-20% less. A further advantage is that thanks to the Universal Windows App Format introduced by Microsoft, Windows apps can be developed for mobile devices as well as PCs at the same time, and soon even for Xbox consoles.

App development – costs according to application type

If you use European app development, the cost for the various app types changes according to complexity. There are four different types of apps, according to the development work.

The lowest priced app category issimple presentation apps which only contain content. The data is then made available through online links or files, and is integrated by the app developer. The app does not need to do more basic features such as playing a slide show or videos.

Apps in the second category use simple program functions which can be implemented rather easily.
This includes simple geotargeting with maps, search filters for databases or catalogue queries, a photo app with simple image processing or calculation apps with entry fields, calculation functions and output templates.

The third app category requires a combined back end for data queries or to process the sent data, parallel to the app.  This can be shopping apps with a product catalogue, ordering functions and a connection to an e-commerce site, info apps with in-app purchases, or editorial and news apps that constantly update data and receive push notifications.

Everything else is extremely expensive in app development. This is the case in game apps with complex 3D graphics, or in apps with time-consuming interface development such as data exchange through Bluetooth.

App development – cost for native apps, web apps or hybrid apps

While native apps are specifically written for an operating system in the right programming language for it, more simple apps can be realised as a web app with HTML5, no different than a website in an app format. The advantage of these web apps is their platform independence. However their disadvantages are a slower app design, hardly any hardware access and limited functionality.

Hybrid apps combine the advantages of native apps and web apps.  Hybrid apps display the content of a mobile web app within a native “app framework” to the user. This app framework exists for all operating systems. It allows access to special device hardware such as motion sensors, the camera or interfaces, albeit to a limited extent.

Cost advantage thanks to app development in India

The costs for the development of all app types can be significantly reduced thanks to outsourcing in India. If you are planning your own app then outsourcing4work is happy to help you further. outsourcing4work helps you fully develop small or large app projects in India. It doesn’t matter if you have just one or several platforms in mind, or if you want special functions.

We provide you with professional mobile app developers on a temporary basis, or realise projects at a fixed price. We will find the right partner with the right expertise for projects for every size. Thanks to contracts with a European company and our experienced project managers you will always be on the safe side.

App developers are creating a new App

Developing an app in India is a lucrative combination of highly qualified IT professionals and low salaries, and clients of all sizes benefit from it. Over the last two decades the country has developed into the world’s largest IT outsourcing provider and offers a huge range of excellent app developers for Android, iOS, Java, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry, or for desktops, servers and embedded apps.

You can easily find outsourcing app developers for complex systems or ones with small market shares in India.

Affordable app development: India gets it done

Companies that usually have high costs for app development can reduce them to a fraction of that sum with clever outsourcing. App development in India plays a key role in the IT strategy of all large IT corporations, and this has been true for many years.

Did you know that IBM employs more than 150,000 employees in India? In addition, Accenture has 80,000 and Oracle more than 31,000 employees. And search engine giant Google, still a relatively young company, already employs more workers in India than in any other foreign location.

India is also especially important for Android strategy – the US company has recently began a partnership with 20 Indian universities with the goal of training two million Android developers in just three years. You read that right – two million! However, when you compare this figure to India’s population of 1 billion, this number does not seem as daunting.

Reliable app development in India

Small and mid-sized enterprises that can’t afford their own location in India like to rely on the numerous outsourcing agencies in India for app development. However, newcomers can find it difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff.

As a European company, outsourcing4work offers a quality and service-oriented approach with its large network of Indian partners. We provide companies with reliable and professional Indian app developers. These developers do not only have all the necessary qualifications to create an app, but also have lots of experience in outsourcing for offshore clients.

In addition, rather than leaving you alone after finding the right developer, our Agile/Scrum project managers will look after the project to ensure smooth cooperation between all parties. You also conclude the contract directly with us, and we then take care of all the details. This saves you any bureaucratic headaches, and also ensures your legal certainty.

There are many Android app developers – the mobile platform is the market leader and countless apps are released for Android every day. If you need an Android app developer for your own idea, you will be spoilt for choice. Should you hire your own Android app developer, make a capable developer your business partner, hand over app development to an app agency or is it better to find an affordable freelancer through outsourcing?

It is certainly easier to work with an external Android developer who you can hire on a project-basis. This does not have to be very expensive if you are clever about it and use an Indian Android app developer. No matter how you look at it – you will have to choose a developer and you will need to make sure you take enough time for it. Here are a few important points to keep in mind when selecting an Android app developer.

Choosing an Android app developer: important criteria

One of the most important factors in Android app development is practical experience. Previously developed apps are the most obvious choice, but you can also take a look at references from employers or project colleagues to see what a developer is capable of. App reviews, comments and any competing apps on Google Play will help evaluate previous app projects. You should of course install and analyse the apps yourself in order to be able to rate them.

Depending on the type of app you want to realise technical knowledge will play a larger or smaller role. You should definitely make sure that the Android app developer is well-versed in the various Android versions. One big mistake is to only develop the app for the latest version of Android because backwards compatibility is very important to be able to reach a large group of users.

Android Lollipop (5.0-5.1) has been on the market since October 2014 and only has a market share of 35.6%. Currently, most devices run Android KitKat (36.3%), and Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean is also well-represented with 21.7%.

Another factor that you can definitely easily find out online is the practicality and efficiency of the previously developed apps. You can find this out through app ratings in the Google Play Store or through independent reviews. Although an app might look great and have amazing features, it can be a resource hog, quickly emptying the battery and creating additional costs via mobile data transfers. Feel free to ask the Android app developer if they are experienced in an optimised app design.

When choosing an Android app developer one usually only keeps Version 10 in mind, but that is when things really only get started. Based on user feedback on bugs or missing features, you will soon want to improve with updates. And you will probably wan to add on certain features that you left out in the first version due to time or budget constraints. Ask the Android outsourcing provider exactly what they can offer in terms of service and further development.

Android app developer from India: guaranteed cost savings

Once you know what kind of Android app you want, we can help you in the procurement of an Android app developer, which will significantly lower the costs in comparison to a European provider.

You are able to implement an app project at a fixed price, hire temporary employees or even an entire team of app developers with our help. We can easily find an appropriate professional in our large network of partners and offer different employment models. Our own project managers will ensure successful implementation and efficient communication between all parties throughout the entire project phase. You just conclude the contract with us as a European company, and we take care of the rest.

Truly resounding success of app tester

Qualified app testers are essential for an app idea to be a truly resounding success. A critical outside perspective is often better suited to find the vulnerabilities of an app, rather than only using developers involved in the project and UX professionals.

In addition to unbiased analysis and a trained eye, an experienced app tester will have their own methodology to find errors, problems and opportunities for improvement.

What an app tester assesses

The test instruments of an app tester depend very much on the interface used. There are huge differences between Android, iOS and Windows Mobile when it comes to the hardware.

Android has many versions, as well as being very fragmented in the hardware, and an app should be able to run on as many devices as possible. Android Lollipop (5.0-5.1) has been on the market since October 2014 and only has a market share of 35.6%. Currently, most devices with run Android KitKat (36.3%), and Android 4.1-4.3 Jelly Bean is also well-represented with 21.7%. An Android app tester should therefore have a large arsenal of smartphones and tablets to be able to test the app under as many different scenarios as possible.

If you would like to create an iOS app, you will only need to worry about a few different devices (iPhone 3, 4, 5, 6 iPad 1-5 Generation, as well as iPad mini/Pro), because Apple is the only manufacturer for iOS hardware. It is also a bit easier for Windows Mobile.

An app tester will play through the available app capabilities in all variations and facets. Stability and performance play a prominent role here and the following questions are at the heart of a professional app test:

  • How long does it take to start the app?
  • How quickly does the app respond to input?
  • How does the app react during multi-tasking?
  • How high is the memory requirement for the app?
  • How much battery does the app consume?
  • How much data does the app transfer during normal operation and as background activity?

These and other technical parameters can be reviewed and logged by the app tester accordingly on the various devices. Then you have the purely qualitative tests, which relate to the app idea and its implementation:

  • Can the app be operated intuitively?
  • Does the menu structure make sense?
  • Are there any important features missing?
  • What features have errors?
  • Where is the app better or worse in comparison to similar apps?

The app tester should accurately record the technical test runs, and not use vague descriptions or their own subjective opinions. This is not possible in equal measure for qualitative tests, as the experience of the app tester plays an important role. With regards to the usability, it is possible to create accurate documentation with comparisons to other apps through lists and tables, as well as illustrations with app screenshots.

App tester from India

As you can tell, an app tester has an extensive and time-consuming task. App developers with small budgets due to cost savings like to use Indian app testers as outsourcing professionals.

outsourcing4work can provide you with an experienced app tester from India who will help make your app a success. Depending on your requirements, you can hire an app tester at a fixed price (if you know the specific amount of testing to be done) or as a temporary employee.

In terms of coordination and payment, we will take over this work. You can conclude the contract with us as a European company and trust in our own project managers who will ensure implementation according to your exact specifications.

If you are looking for an app developer, it’s well worth your time to take a look at Indian. The Asian country is well-known for its affordable and excellently educated IT professionals. If you have a precise idea of what you are planning for your app, then it is simple to find a suitable app developer in India.

What you should know before starting the search for an app developer

The mobile app business is booming right now. Many companies now have their own app in addition to a professional website. Whether or not these apps make sense or are successful is a different matter, however. You can quickly find out what is good and what falls short based on reviews in Apple’s App Store or in Google Play – many apps are simply non-movers.

Before you start researching the right software developer, you should make sure you are clear on the following points.

What is your strategy for this app?

Should this app complement your existing business model? Do you want to generate income directly or indirectly stimulate your business with the app? Is this purely for brand presence, or also for specific sales incentives? Or should the app expand on your service offers and your customer service? The clearer your answers and priorities for these questions, the more systematically you can approach your search for an app developer.

Look and feel: what should the app look like?

Unsuccessful apps usually suffer from bad app design and badly implemented features. If you have the basic graphic materials and possibly even mockups of the screens and menus, the app developer will be able to not only have a better understanding of what you want, but it will also be easier to implement. It’s best to give the design work to a specialised graphic designer and let them work with the app developer. Before you start looking for an app developer you should have this graphic material to hand.

What platforms should the app be available for?

You will be able to reach many with Android, iOS allows higher margins for paid apps and with Windows Mobile you can publish a Universal Windows Platform app (UWP) at the same time for desktop computers, Windows smartphones and tablets, in addition to the Xbox One.

If you are planning to publish the app on multiple platforms simultaneously, hybrid apps are a good solution and are nothing more than web apps in a system specific container. These packaged web apps only need to be developed once and can then be published on Android, iOS, Windows 10 Mobile parallelly with minor adjustments.

Outsourcing search: app developers in India

If the basic data for your app project is finalised, we can take over the time-consuming search for a suitable app developer for you. outsourcing4work is specialised in providing IT professionals and IT developers from India. You will save a large part of development costs with these Indian app professionals in comparison to European providers.

No matter if it is app development, further development of an existing app or app porting to additional platforms – we will easily find the right partner.

With us, you can realise an app project at a fixed rate, hire temporary employees or even an entire team of Indian app developers if needed. You will not need to worry about any bureaucracy or legal uncertainty, as you conclude the contract directly with us as a European company.

If you want to find a good app developer, there are some important points to keep in mind. Nowadays, there are as many app developers as there are grains of sand on the beach, and to make sure that your app is a success, you should follow some selection criteria in your search.

It will be significantly easier to find an app developer if you have a specific app strategy already defined before you start. Should your app be a free service or fun application for advertising, should the app generate revenue or are you planning a services app with hard to find special functions?

Finding an app developer: iOS, Android, Windows Mobile?

One of the most important decisions is of course the target platform. You will be able to reach many more users with Android, iOS allows higher margins for paid apps and with Windows Mobile you can publish a Universal Windows Platform app (UWP) at the same time for desktop computers, Windows smartphones and tablets, in addition to the Xbox One. Oh yes, and BlackBerry, which I only mention to give a complete list.

If you would like to find an app developer who can publish your app simultaneously for every possible platform, in addition to a web application, then this is a great thing. To keep costs in check, it is best to start with Android or iOS so that you can improve the app on the basis of user feedback. There are often errors in first versions, or important user functions that are simply forgotten.

If you are planning a roll out across multiple platforms, it is helpful to find an app developer who is specialised in hybrid apps, and/or works with a development framework which lets you develop apps for multiple systems.

Finding an app developer for hybrid and native apps

For native apps the application developer uses a “native” programming language that is compatible with the system and focuses on exact specifications for the hardware to control things such as the processor, memory management and other components such as the camera.

Objective-C is used in iOS while Java is used for Android devices. Apps can be immediately implemented in multiple languages in Windows, C++, Visual C# and the .NET development environment is particularly popular.

Hybrid apps let the software developer combine the advantages of web apps and native application development. A native wrapper is written in the language understood by the target platform and provides an expanded access to the hardware as an interface to the operating system, and acts as a kind of sandbox for the performance. A website is then placed into the wrapper which consists of HTML, CSS and JavaScript and only accesses the device hardware indirectly.

Hybrid apps are easy to create for multiple platforms, but are not as performant as native apps and generally require an internet connection.

How to find a good Indian app developer

If you would like to find an affordable app developer, India is a good starting point. Whether for only one or multiple platforms, outsourcing4work can organise a specialised Indian software developer for all kinds of app development.

This can be app developers for a project at a fixed-price, as temporary employees or as an offshore branch (light) with a complete team in India.  We will find the best solution for you according to the scope and tasks of your app project.

Our European project managers will ensure that everything runs smoothly after concluding the contract. All contracts are concluded with us as a European IT outsourcing provider, which means you will always be on the safe side legally.

Interested in Android app development?  India has a lot to offer as a popular outsourcing market. The country, known for its well-trained IT professionals, has built up a large sector with app developers who help international clients realise their ideas affordably.

This is not limited to Android app development, however. India is also a good starting place for iOS, Windows Mobile, Blackberry or web app projects.

Android app development: India in second place

Android is very strongly connected to Google. The search giant sees Android as a strategic part of its global supremacy among IT companies. The United States is therefore not without reason the leader in Android app development. India entered place two a few years ago, and has been consistently reducing the distance.

An Android app developer works primarily with the programming languages JAVA, C++ and PHP. Since Android is still quite young, many Android app developers have already had many years of experience with these languages and only later acquired the necessary additional knowledge for Android apps.

These factors, and the low-cost entry – both in terms of test hardware, as well as the numerous available free development tools for Android – facilitated India’s fast rise in software outsourcing.

Outsourcing app development – India is closer than you think

You can realise your Android app project affordably with Indian professionals with outsourcing4work. Take advantage of the large cost benefits in offshore outsourcing app development. India is not as far away as you think, not with our help.

We are not the kind of outsourcing provider who will leave you alone with the app developer. Instead, you sign the contract with us as a European company, and will receive one of our project managers to stay by your side and coordinate the app project for you. This lets you combine the cost advantages of outsourcing to India, with European reliability and legal certainty.

We will provide you with an excellent Android app developer either as a temporary employee or for a fixed-price project, depending on your needs. And if it is an especially complex app project, you can also hire an entire team of Android developers as a branch (light) with our help.

Many companies can realise their own app ideas without creating their own development department thanks to app outsourcing. This is especially true for medium sized companies because good software developers are expensive and hard to find. Months can pass between advertising the position and actually hiring someone, and some companies in less attractive locations search in vain if they do not want to spend more money.

If you would like to bring your own app onto the market with app outsourcing you should be aware of the crucial steps of app development.

App outsourcing: your own app in five steps

It’s nearly the same situation with mobile apps as it was with company websites twenty years ago. Anyone who is anyone has their own app. However, despite their expensive development process, many apps flop and do not live up to expectations. Bad reviews in the App Store or on Google Play are also disappointing. App outsourcing lets the development process be divided into five steps. The more informed you are in advance, the more satisfied you will be with the finished product.

  1. App strategy: what do you want to achieve?

You should decide in the first phase how the app complements your existing business model. Do you want to increase revenue with the app? Are you planning on creating only one app, or a series of different apps in the future? Should the app make your brand more well-known, bring visitors to your website and/or use purchase incentives? Do you want to offer customer service via the app?

In addition you should also consider if the app should be optimised for smartphones and tablets, and for which systems. Make sure you clarify all these points as accurately as possible.

  1. App design: features and appearance

The handling plays an important role here, in addition to the background screens, logos, menus and buttons. There are pure online apps that resemble websites, offline apps or apps that can be used offline with online functionality. You should also decide if the app should be used for shopping, entertainment information or as a practical application. Think about the future – if you want to add advanced features in later versions this is especially important for your chosen programming languages.

  1. Development phase:

Depending on the requirements for the design and strategy, the development approach used in app outsourcing could be well suited for it or not at all. If the app should be available on multiple platforms in the long term, it’s best to use a cross platform development environment which can be programmed for Android as well as iOS and Windows Mobile. Deciding for or against native apps, apps programmed close to the hardware affect cost and performance.

  1. Releasing your own app

Once the app is ready, it must be released in the right app stores. Will the app outsourcing provider do this, and what will happen to the user accounts? Depending on the scenario, it might be useful to let only the pure app code and raw data be delivered, or else hire a complete package with the view to work together for a longer period of time.

  1. Service and further development

A useful app concept leads to continuous further development. Keep this in mind when looking at the quotes from app outsourcing provides. Only user feedback will make you aware of any issues or customer wishes for the app. Small changes such as ironing out design flaws or adding in simple features can be horrendously expensive or cheap depending on your contract. If you change to another app outsourcing provider for further development this will definitely lead to higher additional costs.

App outsourcing providers from India keep costs low

If you know what kind of app you are planning, we can help you in the implementation. outsourcing4work provides professional app outsourcing agencies for all kinds of apps. You can save on costs by hiring an Indian app developer instead of using a European provider. We will easily find the right partner for every scenario – whether developing a new app, further development or app porting onto other platforms.

You are able to implement an app project at a fixed price, use temporary employees or hire an entire team of app developers with our help. We have the necessary expertise and the suitable partner for projects of every size. We ensure successful implementation and efficient communication between all parties with our European project managers.