How to find the best Android Application Development Company

As per Google’s recent announcement on May 17, it is claimed that there are more than 2 billion monthly active users on Android phones. On the other hand, there are more than 700 million iOS phones are active in use as per BMO Capital Markets analyst Tim Long. And the numbers are increasing for both types phone year by year.

Hiring an Android developer is not an easy work. You have to concentrate and analyze multiple aspects to get the best application for you because there are several android app development service providers in the world who claim to provide best quality services. Here are few things you must keep in your mind when hiring a development business for your Android app development.

Experience

Ask for the experience of the developers you are hiring. Ask the company to introduce the whole team that will be assigned to the project. To build a market centric application, it must have eye catching designs with an immaculate user interface and clean codes with no error. An experienced team only can deliver the best app.

Portfolio

Validate portfolio of the company, many developers showcase random application to you and claim they have developed them. Check business website, validate if applications are updated there on the portfolio page. Check the quality of developed applications.

Communication

You must get all the updates at the time of development lifecycle, this makes a clear transparency between you and the development company. The agile process makes this happen easily. The communication is also a key to get the best product output.

Cost

Many of providers will offer you a low cost for your project and you might go with a low-cost provider to save your product cost, however, focusing on the cost can ruin your product and also waste your time and money. Keep cost in your second priority.

Support

Post development support should be discussed before initiating the development work. Post development work is such as testing, bug fixing, maintenance, codes deploying etc.

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