How much will it cost? The first and most-oft asked question is “how much will my app cost.” There is no flat cost or flat rate – and the answer will always be it’s about the time spent on the project; the client’s time, the...
Semaphore Mobile’s team has been producing since before the Apple & Google stores launch!
“Sure we can make that happen!”
That was the beginning of Semaphore Mobile’s foray into the App world – actually the beginning of bringing what was, to what is – using format and...
Apple is starting its tenth year of the App Store with an APPsolutely exciting slew of announcements made on Monday (6.5.17) at its 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference and Semaphore Mobile is right on board. With a dozen apps loaded to the App Store at its 2008 opening, and almost 400 since along with nearly 300 for Android operating systems, Semaphore has always met the need and kept up to speed.
Since 2008 millions have found an “App for that,” and millions more have tried. Eric Silverthorn and Semaphore Mobile stepped into the arena at the start, one of Dallas’ mobile app development forerunners, creating productivity tools before the word “app” came to be.
20% of Semaphore’s clients say they are the answer;
second time around!
The tech world has long been subject to outsourcing – companies finding resources around the world to fulfill opportunities for a seemingly lighter bottom line – seemingly that is – at least in the mobile application software arena, as the “you get what you pay for” adage rings true quite often.
In the last nine years, the concept of an app has grown from a “what’s that,” to millions of offerings on the App Store and for Android users via Google Play. Thousands of companies, large and small – as well as many individuals – have created everything from games with dropping fruits and candies, to photo editing and a myriad of medical support products.
Android or iPhone – iPhone or Android … which (should come) first – the chicken or the egg? A Nielsen report at the end of 2015 reported that a majority of subscribers used Android (53%) and iOS (43%) devices to access their apps, and less than three percent operated Windows or BlackBerry phones, and, while there were 200,000 more Google Play apps than Apple App Store offerings at the end of June 2016 (according to Statista), still – according to Semaphore Mobile’s CEO, Eric Silverthorn – it’s more often the App Store that gets his client’s first run.