Mobile Application Development Service

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Mobile Application Development Service

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Mobile application development is the process of designing and implementing applications that users can download and install on their mobile devices. These applications can access remote computing resources, usually through a network connection. Mobile application development not only ensures that the application runs smoothly on the device, but also coordinates data exchange with back-end services. This process is realized through APIs.

One of the challenges of mobile app development is to take into account a wide range of devices with different screen sizes and hardware capabilities. Therefore, it is essential to consider all of these factors in order to produce scalable apps.

The growth of the mobile app industry requires a clear understanding of the process for everyone, from entrepreneurs and startups to experienced developers. In order to succeed in this dynamic field, it is essential that each stage of the process is handled meticulously and a professional approach is taken.

The mobile app development process can include the following steps:

Needs Analysis: Determine what the application should do.

Design: Designing the app's interface and user experience.

Coding: Writing the code to run the application.

Test: Testing the application to find bugs and shortcomings.

Distribution: Installing the app on the store of the target platform (for example, Apple App Store or Google Play Store).

Care: Updating the app, fixing bugs and improving it based on user feedback.
Mobile applications are often developed for specific platforms. For example, apps can be developed using Objective-C or Swift for iOS and Java or Kotlin for Android. There are also cross-platform app development tools that can work for both iOS and Android (for example, Flutter or React Native).

Mobile Application Development Platforms

The two giants of the mobile app world are Apple's iOS and Google's Android operating systems. iOS is Apple's proprietary platform and is only used in its own products such as the iPhone. Android, on the other hand, is a platform developed under Google's leadership and is used by many different manufacturers besides Google.

Although both platforms share many common features, the software development kits (SDKs) used by developers are different. While Apple has tightly integrated the iOS platform into its own ecosystem, Google has taken a more open approach, making Android available to other manufacturers that adhere to certain standards.

Between these two platforms, a rich landscape of mobile technology is emerging, with both similarities and differences.

Mobile Application Creation Methods

In the mobile application design and development process, four main approaches stand out:

  1. Native Mobile Applications
  2. (Cross-Platform Native Mobile Applications)
  3. (Hybrid Mobile Applications)
  4. (Progressive Web Applications)

Each of these four approaches offers specific advantages and challenges. When choosing a mobile app development strategy, you should consider factors such as the intended user experience, the technical resources required by the app, access to the device's native functions, budget, project timing, time constraints and the long-term sustainability of the app.

Local Apps

Native mobile apps are developed using languages and tools officially recommended for a specific platform. Such apps run natively on operating systems such as iOS or Android.


  • They can achieve maximum performance.
  • They provide full access to the device's APIs.


  • Development and maintenance processes are costly.
  • Requires different codebases for each platform.

Cross-Platform Applications

Cross-platform applications are built using frameworks that allow different languages and tools. But in the end, they are compiled as a native application that can run on the device's operating system.


  • Serves multiple platforms with a single code.
  • The development and maintenance process is more efficient.


  • Needs external libraries to achieve native functionality.
  • Performance may experience some limitations due to natural bridging.

Hybrid Web Applications

Hybrid mobile apps are developed using web-based technologies such as JavaScript, CSS and HTML5, and then converted into application packages. Unlike native apps, these apps run in a web shell provided by Apache Cordova, gaining access to the device's APIs.


  • Can use a common code base for both web and mobile.
  • Prefer web technologies in mobile application development process.


  • Often less than the performance provided by native apps.
  • There may be limitations in providing full support directly to the native functions of the device.

Progressive Weeb Applications

Progressive web apps (PWA) are a modern approach to mobile app development that eliminates the need for app stores and separate installations. Technically, PWAs are web applications that offer app-like experiences using browser capabilities. These include features such as the ability to work in offline mode, background tasks and adding shortcuts to the device's home screen.


  • A single app works seamlessly on both web and mobile platforms.
  • Accessible directly via a web address without a special installation process.


  • There may be limitations to full access to the inherent features of the device.
  • Performance and capabilities may vary depending on the browser used.

What are Mobile Application Usage Areas?

Mobile applications have a wide range of uses, with technology deeply integrated into many areas of our lives. Here are some of the mobile application usage areas:

Fun and Games: Mobile games, music and video applications, e-book readers, podcast applications are included in this category.

Social Media: Popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat are used extensively on mobile devices.

News and Media: News portals, magazines and other media provide users with access to up-to-date information through mobile applications.

E-Commerce and Shopping: Online shopping platforms such as Amazon, Trendyol, Hepsiburada offer users the opportunity to shop via mobile.

Banking and Finance: Banks and other financial institutions allow customers to check account information, transfer money and pay bills via mobile.

Education: Educational tools such as course materials, learning platforms, language learning applications can be accessed via mobile devices.

Health and Fitness: Step counters, diet trackers, meditation and yoga apps provide users with health and lifestyle information.

Travelling and Local Services: This category includes apps for travel bookings, flight trackers, hotel bookings and local services.

Work and Productivity: Applications such as e-mail applications, calendar applications, note takers and task managers increase the efficiency of business life.

Contact: Communication apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype facilitate communication via text, voice or video calls.

Navigation and Maps: Applications such as Google Maps, Yandex Navigation provide users with directions and local information.

This is only a part of the usage areas of mobile applications and this list is constantly expanding with technological advances.

What are the Advantages of Mobile Application?

The popularity of mobile applications is due to the various advantages they offer. Here are the main advantages of the mobile application:

User Friendly: Mobile applications are often designed with intuitive and user-friendly interfaces to optimise the user experience.

Accessibility: Thanks to mobile applications, users can access any service or content they want anytime, anywhere.

Personalisation: Apps can provide personalised content and recommendations based on user preferences and habits.

Faster Performance: Mobile applications, which are generally more optimised than websites, offer faster and smoother performance.

Notifications: Thanks to the push notification feature, users can be informed about important updates, news or offers.

Offline Access: Some mobile applications can also work without an internet connection, giving the user offline access.

Using Device Features: Mobile applications can directly utilise the device's features such as camera, GPS, sensors, etc., which provides a richer user experience.

Brand Loyalty: For businesses, mobile apps can build ongoing brand awareness and loyalty by placing their brand on users' devices.

Higher Conversion Rates: Thanks to the optimised user experience, mobile apps can provide higher conversion rates for e-commerce businesses.

Advanced Data Collection: Apps offer the possibility to collect detailed data about user interaction and habits, which helps to create valuable analyses and strategies for businesses.

Cost Effectiveness: Especially applications prepared to reach a wide audience can be a more cost-effective solution than traditional media and advertising channels.

These advantages of mobile apps make them highly valuable for individual users and businesses. However, the quality, design and features of the app can determine whether these benefits can be fully realised.

You can contact us for mobile application software and development processes. As Brunsia, we are pleased to support our customers in all software processes.

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