We develop both native and hybrid mobile apps for iOS and Android. We also develop any needed web services or APIs. If your mobile app is part of a larger software product that requires a connected web application, we do that as well.
Like building an igloo, it depends entirely on the size (complexity) of the project and what is involved. To give you a rough idea…expect about eight weeks for a pretty basic app and 12 plus weeks for a more complex project.
Hiring Big Fish to create a mobile app will start in the range of $15,000 for a basic app, $30,000 to $50,000 for a moderately complex app, and $50,000+ for a full-featured complex mobile app. We’ve written a few blog posts on the topic of price and budget which provide more detail.
Once all invoices are paid, the compiled app(s) and all source code is given to your organization. Your team could edit and recompile it , we do not hold bits and pieces hostage.
We do not. Big Fish is a team for hire and we do not participate in profit share or other similar arrangements.
All of our developers are located in the United States and Canada.
We outsource our accounting to a firm here in St. Petersburg. We do not outsource app design, development, or any of our client work. Our company founder even wrote a blog about why we don’t outsource abroad.
The apps we develop (often for use only by our clients’ employees) are not always available for public download on the app stores. Some are. Take a look at our case studies for examples of some of the apps we’ve built.
That depends. Before we could agree to picking up where another team left off we would need to be engaged for a full code review.
If the code we look at is not absolutely solid you might be better off having us fix it first. We can determine this after reviewing your existing source code.
Yes, a code review takes our developers away from other projects so we do charge for the time involved.