If you’re planning to release your Flutter on mobile devices like iPhones, I bet you’d also like to make it possible for other Mac users to try it out as well. And that’s where releasing your app to the iOS and Android platforms becomes very important. But what if you don’t have your own app yet? Can you still get it into the app store with a third-party install? Here’s how.
There are two ways you can go about getting your mobile app onto the bigger Apple mobile devices like iPhone and Android. One way is by uploading your app’s setup workflow and configuration file directly to the mobile app store. Your setup workflow and configuration file are information about the way your app will look on each of the major mobile device platforms. So you have to take care when editing these files to make sure your app looks good on all of the major mobile handsets. Again, there’s a slight possibility your tweak will break your app on one of the major mobile OSs.
The second way is by using an example program to set up your app on the iOS and Android mobile devices. However, this option doesn’t work too well for most app makers because it’s so hard to debug an iOS program vs. an Android program. In an example program, you only get to see how your app will look on a mobile device. But in real-life scenarios, things are a little different. A user wouldn’t want to look at his phone screen while he’s doing something on his computer.
So what’s the solution? We recommend building mobile apps that are cross-platform. We think that by choosing a third-party mobile app development company, you’ll be able to get an expert that understands both iOS and Android programming languages. And we believe you’ll be able to save time and money since you won’t have to deal with any programming or setup workflow issues. Our team has developed dozens of apps over the last year. And we can tell you that if you build your app right, using a third-party developer will help you get more out of your investment faster.
Cross-platform apps are designed to run both on the iPhone and on the Android mobile devices. You will be able to take your iPhone and put it to work on the Android tablet or your Android smartphone. Because the code is the same, your app will look and run the same on each platform. Our mobile app developers have tested each app on both mobile devices extensively before it goes live.
We can tell you another great reason to use a third-party developer for your mobile app. You don’t need to worry about signing a huge licensing agreement with a large software developer. Most of us are not financially savvy, especially in today’s economy. With a typical license you can use an app for as long as you need. Your license works while your business is growing and continues to work even when you sell the app.
The last reason to use a third-party developer is time. We can give you an example program that is already nearly complete. This saves you thousands of man hours. Instead of spending countless hours testing and debugging an app, you can spend those man hours on marketing and selling your new mobile app instead.
When you develop your own app, you are free to use an example program as much as you like. It doesn’t cost you anything. You don’t need to pay additional license fees. You don’t need to hire additional staff. Our mobile development teams are ready to help you make the biggest impact on your business by building your app the smart way.