What Does It Cost to Build a Mobile App?

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The average development studio will quote a price somewhere in the range of £5000 to £50,000 to build a truly custom app. This is understandable as bespoke apps take months of planning, development, and debugging.

However this most often is not the answer small businesses want to hear. Most small businesses are able to offer a comprehensive mobile strategy by using a step-by-step app builder, with dozens of powerful premade functions and hundreds of clean, beautiful templates to choose from. There are no issues, no debugging, and the monthly cost is a tiny, tiny fraction of what it costs to build a custom app.

As a result, apps are now within reach for everyone.

 

Mobile App Solutions offers services on  the world’s most popular platform for small businesses (over 100.000 and counting).

 

Restaurants can offer mobile ordering to customers. Spas can offer remote reservation scheduling. Bands can create an app for fans to connect, listen to sample tracks, and buy merch. The possibilities go on and on, and are as varied as small businesses themselves.

So, what does an app cost? Contact info@mobileappsolutions.co.uk to find out how we can build you an app with a monthly hosting fee from £10/month!!!

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Posted on February 24, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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