Android Development Services
Our Dev.co team has years of collective experience developing beautiful and functional Android applications that allow our clients to increase exposure, engagement, and revenue. We take a unique approach to Android development and engineering services, which enables us to serve you with a high degree of quality and responsiveness that’s unparalleled in the industry.
Why Choose Android?
Android is an intuitive and open source mobile operating system with a massive user base of millions of satisfied users. And when it comes to developing mobile applications for business, Android is often the first operating system large corporations and small businesses turn to. Here are a few of the primary reasons why:
Massive user base
While Apple’s iOS gets a lot of exposure, Android is the most popular operating system in the smartphone market. It has an estimated 75 to 82 percent market share - meaning it powers more than 1 billion devices.
Part of the reason Android is so popular is that it has an open source platform that makes it easy and inexpensive to get started. And with more people using it on the developer side of things, the result is a smoother and more efficient platform that benefits all users.
If you can dream it up, there’s a pretty good chance that Android can accommodate. Customizable UI and other features make it easy to innovate new apps and tweak/redesign existing ones
Because the Android platform is so customizable, it’s easy to integrate and tweak mobile apps according to very specific business needs
With Android, you don’t have to worry about any of the stringent approval processes that other platforms require in order to take an app to market. This speeds up the development cycle and allows you to go from concept to product in a fraction of the time.
Android Development & Consulting
Do you need Android development or consulting? Our Dev.co team can be deployed to assist, manage, or tackle your project from start to finish. Whether you’re looking for a consultant or a fully outsourced team, we’re here to serve you in any capacity.
The Dev.co Android Development Process
When we first meet with your team, we’ll ask probing questions to understand who you are and what your big-picture business objectives are. This empowers us to develop an Android application that fully supports your business from the ground up
We plan out every step of the process to ensure there are no blind spots. This phase is one of the more critical components in the entire equation (and something most developers gloss over).
After we discover and plan, we roll up our sleeves and begin the Android development process. The goal is to create a lean app that’s both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Bugs are a natural part of developing an app, but you don’t have to live with them. Count on us to test and iterate until you have an Android app that works with your business to achieve any and all underlying objectives.
Partner With Dev.co
At Dev.co, Android development and engineering services are one of our primary focal points. We work closely with our clients to ensure that they’re getting maximum value out of their mobile applications in order that they can reach and engage more users, which ultimately drives long-term loyalty and higher revenues. Contact us today to learn more!
Our Development Process
Vision & values
2016Research & DiscoveryCustomer research
Expert audits & insights
Current market positioning
2017StrategyStory & personality
Positioning & messaging
Creative brief development
2019Deliver & integrateBrand book & styleguide
Online & mobile
Further brand extension
- Android OS was developed with the backing of Google in 2004. It was purchased by Google for $50 million one year later.
- Android wasn’t originally developed for the smartphone market. It was intended to be a digital camera platform.
- Every Android version, except for the two originals (Android 1.0 and Android 1.1), are named after confection and desserts. (Jelly Bean, KitKat, Ice Cream Sandwich, etc.) They also follow an alphabetical release pattern. (Astro, Bender, Cupcake, Donut, etc.)
- The first smartphone running Android was released in 2008.
- Android is open-source, which means individuals can modify source code.
- NASA once sent two Nexus S handsets running Android Gingerbread into space to test sensors in orbit aboard the International Space Station.
- The Android Google Play store has more than 48 billion app installs.
- Android boasts 85% total market share for mobile operating systems.
- Roughly one-third of smartphone users use Android Marshmallow OS.
- There are 2 billion active Android devices each month.
- More than 24,000 different devices run on Android.