Mobile Application Development
Fuze is a Mobile Application Development Company specializing in iOS, Android and Hybrid apps. We focus heavily on user experience and technology, to ensure each app we build delivers ultimate usability and performance.
Custom mobile solutions to grow your brand.
Mobile App & Website Services
iOS & Android
Responsive websites use fluid grids to adapt to fit desktop, tablet and mobile screen sizes. This means your content is delivered to your users when and where they want it.
Our dedicated mobile solutions allow complex desktop sites to be simplified for mobile browsing, ensuring users still have access to the most important pages and features..
Have an app idea? We plan, design and develop custom native applications for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Also, ask about our pre and post launch marketing consultation.
Featured Mobile App Case Studies
The PubPost mobile application delivers real-time news and social media updates that are curated by users to help them stay updated on topics they are interested in.
+ Mobile UX-UI Design
+ Hybrid HTML5 App Development
+ Brand Strategy
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The Fifth Wheel
The Fifth Wheel is a startup bike shop in Brooklyn, NY. We developed a custom iPhone application that lets customers search, book and pay for rentals online.
+ Mobile UX & creative design
+ iPhone application development
+ App store launch strategy
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Should You Build a Native or Hybrid App?
Simply put, native applications are programmed in platform-specific languages, such as Objective C for iOS and Java for Android.
The code base of a native app can’t be readily repurposed for other platforms, so if you need to create multiple apps, each will require a separate development phase.
When deciding on which platform is most appropriate for your business, it’s important to consider your target audience. Demographics of iPhone vs Android users, for example, vary greatly, which is an important consideration when determine who will be most likely to download and use your product.
Hybrid apps use a single code base, which can be compiled to create apps for multiple platforms, without the need for separate development efforts.
Hybrid apps are cheaper and faster to build; however, they rely on native browsers to dictate performance, which is hard to control.