We do it all — from helping to update the social network of your choice, to making sense of the influx of information
you receive everyday or even helping you to find the time of your next train home. If you can think of it we can make an app out of it.
And that's just as well when you consider the facts. Currently over a third of adults in the UK own a smart phone and
revenues from app sale number into the hundreds of millions of pounds. With both of these trends set to grow rapidly in the near
future the smart money is on apps.
At Appit we're dedicated to exploring the potential of social media networks, location services and next
generation technologies and we're interested in hearing from you no matter the scale or scope of your project. We deliver
on all levels of application development, from the beginning of the smallest idea through to submission of the final product to the
market place and after sales support.
iOS is Apple's mobile operating system, powering such popular devices as the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV. It has a share of over
a quarter of the smartphone market yet accounts for two thirds of all mobile web consumption, making having an iOS app very important.
Our in-house iOS development team have been working with the operating system since Apple first introduced it to developers in 2008. We
have experience in all areas of iOS app development but are in particular being asked to develop more and more social applications and
have come to specialise in this area.
Android was unveiled to the world by Google in 2007, and in the last few years it has grown remarkably to become the largest smartphone
operating system on the market.
Our Android development team are highly experienced in the fine details that developing for the Operating System requires. We make it a
special case to test on as many devices as possible, from tiny-screened low-powered phones to the top-of-the-line tablet devices.
Although technically still in development use of HTML5 is exploding outward into the development industry and we're at the forefront of the
blast, using this emergent technology to deliver real-world apps to our clients.
power you see in native Android and iPhone apps to the entire marketplace; including Windows Mobile 7, Blackberry, Nokia, as well as
netbooks, laptops, and desktops.
Java is one of the most popular general-purpose programming languages currently in use. Originally released in 1995 its simple object
model allows us to write client-server web applications that will run on all current and future systems. From Linux and Unix based systems,
to Windows Server and OS X Server.
We use Java as the building block for all our apps. Whether for iOS, Android or HTML5; Java provides us with a solid underpinning that
allows us to freely share data and links between all client devices.