Shortest answer: it depends. Shorter answer: 3 to 12 months is about average. Longer answer: read this article, as we'll explain why it is difficult to broadly estimate how long an app takes to develop.
You can find a lot of tips for launching a mobile app with a quick Google search. But with the recent release of our own craft brewery tracking app, we share some insider tips for launching a mobile app based off our own app launch experience.
by Tim Bornholdt · Published on September 27, 2019
Some "easy" mobile app features are anything but simple to build. In this article, we explain several features which can increase the development cost of your app, as well as how to keep those costs low.
by Tim Bornholdt · Published on September 18, 2018
All things in life come to an end, and mobile apps are no exception. Learn how to properly shut down a mobile app project, including taking care of your customers and team, salvaging value from intellectual property, pulling the plug on the tech, and reflecting on the lessons learned.
We explore what 2018 will bring for technologies like blockchain, machine learning, virtual reality, self-driving cars, and more. Predicting the future may be a fool's errand... but what the heck, it's fun to do, so let's give it a shot!
Getting rejected from Apple's App Review can be an embarrassing and costly situation. In this post, we'll give you some of the obscure rules of the App Store, reasons why Apple may reject your app, and takeaways to help make sure your app doesn't get rejected.