Mobile apps for iOS (Apple) iPhone and iPad devices and Android smartphones and tablets.
The purest way to deliver functionality for mobile users, access all device features and publish via the app store/Google Play. A native mobile app will give you the opportunity to put a rich functional application onto your customers’ devices, giving them the optimum experience and allowing you to communicate with them directly.
A native mobile app will be able to make reliable use of onboard capabilities such as camera, GPS, accelerometer and others. It will also allow you to communicate with your customers using push notifications for example to tell them about the latest news without starting your app.
This is the most advantageous way to a dedicated mobile presence. SmartData can build you a mobile websites with a high level of mobile functionality, that will naturally run on any device with few additional considerations.
We put your site live on the web and it's immediately accessible to any device. No need to publish to an app store. This is a relatively inexpensive and simple solution to getting your functionality in front of customers on mobile devices.
Acquire the benefits of mobile presence without the expense of developing a multi-platform native app. The only constraints of this approach are that access to the capabilities of the device, such as Camera, accelerometer, GPS etc may be limited and performance may be less than the analogous native app.
But, if your requirements aren’t too complex and budget is limited then a hybrid app may be the best way to choose. The app is handled exactly like a full native app, it is packaged up and distributed via the App Store and Google Play. We believe, hybrid mobile apps are a great choice if you want to realize an application into the app store with minimal initial investment, for example to test the market.
The most of your web visitors are viewing your site on their tablets and smartphones. SmartData can take your existing site and make it mobile responsive, minimising further investment design.
We advise that anyone projecting today a website or web application should think doing it with a “mobile-first” attitude, design primarily for mobile and then adjust for desktop users. The label “Mobile Responsive” relates to the adeptness of a website to adjust its presentation to best suit the device on which it is being viewed: smartphone, tablet and desktop or laptop PC devices.