Ways to create mobile applications

The classic way to develop is to hire programmers. But there is also an option when you create an application yourself, using special services. Let's consider both.


Development with a programmer
It can be either an individual freelancer or an entire agency - the choice will depend on the complexity of the application and the size of the budget.
The method is suitable for teams that have a developer on staff with the relevant experience or money to hire one.
Before hiring a specialist from the outside, make sure of the experience - ask for examples of work. Ideally, these should be examples in your topic, such as shopping or booking tickets.
Zero-code app builders
For those who do not know how to program, there are services on the market for creating applications on their own - the so-called no-code or zero-code services. You will receive a selection of such services with a description and prices later in the article.

Zero-code services work on the principle of constructors: you assemble an application from an existing set of elements and functions, create your own design. Traditionally, there is a set of ready-made templates that you can adapt to your needs.
The functionality of these services directly depends on the tariff. On free or cheap, a minimum of functions is available. Most likely, to create a high-quality native application for iOS and Android, you will have to buy a more expensive tariff, but it can be cheaper than attracting a developer.
Launch and testing
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