At it’s base level, the coding is very different on both platforms. We won’t bore you with those details.
From a development standpoint, at Rocksauce we understand that the Human Interface Guidelines for both platforms are very different. The iPhone only has one button and the process of going back a page is very different than from an Android, which has an actual back button. It’s important to understand the differences between the two and most importantly to know which platform is ultimately best for you, we understand that here at Rocksauce.
COO Peter Yoder: One that is focused on the features that your audience wants and also one that creates buzz that encourages other people to pick up that app, finally of course, it’s one that focuses on getting you back the money that you put into it.
CEO Q Manning: One of the things we look at is market saturation and ask ourselves ‘What is and isn’t there?’ If there are too many other similar apps, we’ll come to you and say lets take a further look at your app, see what it’s missing and then see if we can get it to fit a specific niche so that it stands out.
CEO Q Manning: We look at your app, we look at the market, we look at the design and we talk about what’s going to make your app successful. We blueprint every screen, no matter how many your app might have, it could be 10 screens or 100 screens, we will plan it all out. Once you, the client, approve the design, we send it out to the developer, not just any developer. We help you find the right developer for your project and for your budget. It could be a local developer here in Austin, or a smaller town like Savannah, Georgia. There may even be an overseas developer that’s the right fit for you. We will find the right developer for you and for your app. After all, you don’t want a games developer for your social media app, and vice versa you don’t want a social media developer working on your game.