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iPad App Development

In the year 2014, Apple sold an astounding 15 million iPads. This clearly shows the affinity that customers have for the bigger screen device. The iPad is almost as popular as the iPhone and is not an optional substitute for the iPhone. People that own iPhones also end up buying iPads as the use of both are different. The iPhone is primarily used for shorter periods of time and largely for communication, the iPad is used more extensively in a leisurely mode for various activities such as listening to music, watching movies, browsing the internet, playing games, using applications for services such as banking, utility payments and much more.

The iPad is a great way to connect and attract customers to your business. Today, the users of iPads extend from business customers to school-going children. Many schools have now introduced the use of iPads and tablets, and the numbers are growing. Applications from business to gaming and education, all come under the purview of use on the iPad.

Why do you need a separate iPad application?
It’s a question many people ask, especially when they already have an iPhone app. Isnt it the same thing as both are Apple mobile devices? True, both are Apple mobile devices, but there are some fundamental differences when creating an app for each of them.

The main difference in app development for the iPad is the size of the screen. Being a larger device, the screen has better visibility and requires more detailing in the application. The resolution of the screen is higher and demands higher resolution graphics to take full advantage of the large space the screen provides. The screen can accommodate more information, so many business applications can include a lot more on each screen of an iPad app. Where games are concerned, the detailing in each aspect of the game is much higher than that required for the size of a phone screen. The user experience with an iPad is also different because the customer holds and interacts with the device in a unique way. The iPhone is mostly a one hand device, while the iPad is strictly a two-hand device due to its size. Most iPhone apps conform to the portrait orientation while the iPad apps need to be in the portrait orientation, though the can have many orientations. Hence the User Interface Guidelines for both the devices are very different to each other.
Our iPad app designers and developers, each have over 10 years of experience in their respective fields and have created numerous applications for clients all over the world. Our customer centric approach to app development delivers applications that don’t just conform to your requirements, but go the extra mile to ensure an exceptional experience for the end user. We work with cutting edge technology, perpetually upgrading our expertise to bring the best of all that we can deliver for you.

Working with Mobit always gets you more than you bargained for, cost effectively focused at supporting your ROI.

We have the expertise to develop all kinds of applications for the iPad. They traverse a cross-section of industries and cater to every kind of customer. Some of the popular apps that we develop for the iPad are:
  • Interactive Entertainment apps
  • Business Apps
  • Productivity iPad Apps
  • Finance Apps
  • Social Networking Apps
  • Lifestyle Apps
  • Medical and Health App
  • Travel Apps
  • Customized Apps based on your business needs

At Mobit, we follow a stringent process to ensure seamless and accurate understanding and development. Our process minimizes rework and improve the time to market for your application. A face-to-face interaction with the client to study the business in depth allows for a better understanding requirements from the application, the needs of the end customer and the correlation between the two. Applications fail to attract the customer when they lack synergy between the features of the application and the expectations of the user.

We then present the client with a schematic of the application and only after a discussion and final approval do we put our developers to single-mindedly focus on creating the application. Using tools such as Xcode, Json, iOS Virtual Machine and iOS Simulator, we are committed to deliver the application within the shortest feasible and agreed timeline.

The applications use frameworks such as, address book, audio tool box, Core Data, Core Location, Map Kit, Media Tool Box, Message UI, Open GLES, Twitter, and a host of others.
Developing exciting and stick apps for the iPad can garner loyal customers because of the affinity the apps can create with their design, layouts, easy of use and interesting functionalities. As a business, you cannot miss out on the numerous opportunities the iPad app brings to your business.