Android App Development
Google has revolutionized the smart phone industry with its Android Operating System. The Android was developed to run on a wide range of devices from mobile phones to tablets and is successful by not making too many assumptions about the underlying hardware.
Android is a multi-tasking OS that allows background processing. It differs from a desktop system’s unlimited memory in that that it has hard limits on maximum available memory due to the specifications of the mobile device.
Since the release of the Android, there have been many new Android phones developed by manufacturers, giving you a variety of models to choose from. While it is nice to have many options to choose from, this creates an issue for Android app development in that applications will need to be tested on a growing number of devices.
Innolance has been at the forefront of Android app development ever since its initial release. Below of are a few of our featured Android applications:
- An application that incorporates Augmented Reality to provide a look and feel of the exterior of the car models to the users. The app provides a virtual driving experience with speed control. Other features include color customization and 3D views of the car.
- An application that allows users to share their shopping experience with friends and family and earn reward points for their loyalty. The application can detect a user’s location and allows them to check-in at local businesses registered to participate.
- An e-Sign off application for medical professionals to review documents on their mobile device and reject/approve it based on the content. Approved and Rejected status is pushed back to the server and submitted for further processing on the backend.
- An application to find homes, apartments, coupons, events, directions for participating communities and shopping centers.
Android App Development Expertise:
- Syncing of local data with remote database
- Web service integration
- OAuth authorization
- Interfacing with the phone through the SDK (camera, contacts, SMS, MMS, calls, GPS, accelerometer, magnetometer, etc.)
- Integration with Google products such as Maps, Docs, Gmail, etc.
- Services and background processing
- Applications requiring push notifications