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Answering Your Questions about Custom App Development

in App Development Process /

What to Expect During An Initial Consultation With Big Fish About Your Mobile App

Big Fish is a mobile app design and development company in Tampa Florida. We understand that you have

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in Mobile App Basics /

How to Protect Your App Idea

If you have an idea for an app you may be wondering how, or if, you can protect

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in News /

Big Fish is Rebranding

Next month Big Fish celebrates the 3 year anniversary of opening our office in Tampa, Florida. But, our

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in Mobile App Basics /

How to Avoid Being Held Hostage by Your App Developer

Big Fish is an app development company in Tampa, Florida. From time to time we receive calls from

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in App Development Process /

Why App Development Quotes Vary from Different Companies

If you've been asking around and talking to companies to get an app development quote or estimate you

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in Mobile App Basics /

Why You Might Not Need a Custom App

We might be able to save you some time. There's a chance that custom development is not what

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in Design & UX /

How to Design Software People Actually Want to Use

When executives get together and make decisions about how their software should be, focus often drifts away from

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in Mobile App Basics /

Your Mobile App is Like an Iceberg. Here’s What’s Under the Surface.

When thinking about your company's need for a mobile application, your team is probably envisioning the actual app

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in App & Software Industry Trends /

10 Questions Mobile First Companies Ask Themselves

Mobile first companies put today's smartphone-carrying majority at the forefront of their business strategy. This approach is not

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in App & Software Industry Trends /

Software – The New Battleground for Brand Loyalty

CA Technologies commissioned Zogby Analytics to survey consumers and business decision makers in 18 countries. They published their findings

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in App & Software Industry Trends /

What is a Mobile First Company?

In the past, "mobile first" was just a design approach - design your websites and applications for mobile

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in Field Service /

11 Benefits of a Custom Field Service App

Field service companies stand to benefit greatly by implementing the right technology in their organization. A field service

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in Mobile App Basics /

Mobile App Development Jargon Explained

Big Fish is a B2B mobile app development company in Tampa, Florida. This glossary of mobile app development

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in Mobile App Basics /

iOS or Android, Which to Develop First? 3 Questions to Ask Before You Decide

You may have started out thinking you'd have your mobile application developed for both iOS and Android from

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in Field Service /

ServiceMax versus a Custom Field Service App

Written by Robert Ludwig Let’s take a step back and look at the field service app market. How

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in App Maintenance & Marketing /

Ongoing App Maintenance. Is It Worth It?

Written by Robert Ludwig Ongoing App maintenance ensures you’re getting the data you need from your app, and

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in App & Software Industry Trends /

Resources for Mobile App Startups in Tampa

As a mobile app development company in Tampa Florida, startups in need of app development advice and services

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in App Maintenance & Marketing /

Why App Maintenance is So Important

There exists a misconception that a mobile app can be built once, and deployed forever. In other words,

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in App Development Process /

The Real Reason Why We Ask for Your Budget

If your company has made the decision to have a custom app developed and you're meeting with app

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in News /

Tampa Bay Tech Awards – And the Winners Are…

The 14th annual Tampa Bay Tech Awards were held at the beautiful Mahaffey Theatre in downtown St. Pete

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in Field Service /

Is a Custom Field Service App Really More Expensive than a SAAS Solution?

In your search for a field service management solution has your team ruled out (or not even considered)

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