Native Mobile Apps

We know what you're thinking: Why do I need one of those?

Having a responsive website is only one part of an effective mobile-first strategy. Responsive sites are designed to present the same content and navigation to both desktop and mobile users by repackaging the content and functionality to suit the device.

And the newest kid on the block - "Progressive Web Apps" - aren't available on Apple devices. That's a non-starter.

Native mobile apps, on the other hand, can be tailored to deliver content in a more rapid and targeted manner with a rich user interface that looks and acts like the user's phone itself. Native apps can also engage users in ways that aren't available with traditional websites such as with push notifications, user-uploaded content, and integration with mobile device features such as the camera, contact list, calendar and GPS functionality. They also load much faster and can store information locally, which means your fans can get information about your business even when they're offline.

As such, a native mobile app can deliver a far more engaging and effective user experience than a website ever can.

Need more convincing? How's this: 88% of users' activity on mobile devices is spent on apps.

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Mobile App Features

Rapid Deployment

No sloths here!

From start to finish we can launch your native IOS and Android app within a matter of weeks.

Real-Time Content

Easy to use CMS.

Manage your app content via our secure CMS in real-time and publish the updates to your app immediately!

3rd Party Integration

Share It.

Integrate with 3rd party services such as Twitter, Facebook, Constant Contact, Showclix and others.

Native Features

Interact with users.

Our apps are loaded with features that utilize all the native device functions – camera, GPS, calendar, geolocation, and more.

User Analytics

Statistics at your fingertips.

Access in-depth analysis of your app usage via Google Analytics.

Automatic Upgrades

We've got your back!

Our developers are continually upgrading the coding that runs your app, keeping it up to date with industry standards and requirements.