iOS Apps Development

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Smart Apple's iPhone's and iPad's App

The iPhone is Apple’s smartphone, introduced in 2007. As of October 2013, Apple's App Store offered more than one million apps. Certainly this is a device that has captured the imagination of businesses and consumers alike.


An iPhone app is a unique platform, different from a website or desktop application. We can help guide you as we build an intuitive, attention grabbing interface and feature-rich iPhone app that builds audience loyalty. We’ll work closely with you from the initial brainstorming session through guidance on deployment to help you achieve your goals. Working in partnership, our team of experts will ensure we deliver an application that is elegant in design and user experience, technically sound, adheres to iPhone platform standards and achieves your business objective.


iOS App Development Technologies

Our iPhone app developers are skilled in Apple's SDK using Objective-C and Xcode to develop your app. Leveraging the best of Apple's technologies and using supporting frameworks, our iPhone app programmers create a tightly-integrated native app experience that makes use of all the iPhones native capabilities. Coupled with our designers’ expertise in user interface design and our proven app development process Qexon can deliver the reality of the app that you envision.


Qexon is dedicated to developing iPhone apps that make your internal people more productive and your customers more loyal. Whether your app is a re-deployment of an existing application, or a brand new sales, training, productivity or marketing tool, we will work with you to develop a custom designed application that maximizes the user experience.



iPhone App Distribution

Distribution of an iPhone app is more tightly controlled than other apps. There are primarily 3 methods for distribution:
  1. App Store Distribution – must go through Apple approval process.
  2. Ad Hoc Distribution – You can share your application with up to 100 other users through email, or by posting it to a web site or server. This is primarily used for beta testing.
  3. In-house Distribution - In-house apps do not have to go through the app store. They can be hosted on a website, file sharing system, or simply emailed directly to users. Installation for the user is as simple as syncing with iTunes. Your phone must be registered to run the app, so this method is fairly tightly controlled, primarily for in-house use only.