Today, the world is run by Mobile Apps. Digitalization has made it possible for Mobile app developers to come up with applications to answer the most common, to more complex issues of everyday life such as transportation, access to information, communication etc.
These advancements have fueled a smartphone age. Modern life seems to be revolving around smartphones and the Internet. Application Development is a billion-dollar Industry today, and it’s only going to grow.
As the digital age just beginning, there are a lot of aspects that need to be addressed. If you are sitting on top of a really good idea, you should go for app development.
The first question that comes after you have had that one idea that you are going to make your fortune with is; what now?
First thing is to map that idea out perfectly. Do a lot of R&D, and figure out everything that you need to about that particular Industry. Establish what issue you are going to tackle. It should be genuine, and should REALLY relate to a specific crowd (Your target audience). Then comes the part of figuring out how you’ll develop an app for that particular idea. It depends on how complex your app is going to be. If it’s a simple app, it won’t take much time for development, hence low cost. A complex (More features and functionalities) app may take up more time and cost.
Firstly, you can find out more about the mobile app development companies in your area. Visit a couple of them. Ask them about their rates and after comparison, you can come up with a good deal. Code Brew's developers may charge you on an hourly basis, or for a whole project, depending on their rates.
You can also, check out different Mobile app developer's profile online, and come have a general discussion about their previous works, interests, and rates. A developer who specializes in the industry you’re addressing can bring real value to your project. Make sure you are working with someone who has a good record and respects deadlines.
There's no standard rate, as every developer usually has a different standard. But normally, a developer may charge you $50-$100/hour. Some may charge you more, depending on their brand or specialties. You should research your options thoroughly. A good team is always a better choice, even if it comes with a little extra on the bill.May 31, 2016