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Build Your First Mobile App With ByteSlack!

Engineers from ByteSlack will take care from the development of your app, to deployment on app stores, to maintenace.

Launch your native, hybrid & cross-platform apps on the go with us.


Integrate The Latest Features

Engineers from the ByteSlack team have over 10+ years of experience developing and delivering native and hybrid mobile applications, with legacy to latest industry standard and most-demanding features.

Social Media Features

We'll integrate in-app chat, follow/unfollow, update sharing, comments, interactions and more.

Store and Purchase

Easy integration of in-app purchases, including server-side validation, Apple & Google Pay, promos and more.

Animations, Tabs and More!

From native animations to Lottie, to GIFs, we can beautify your app ensuring 0% performance drop!

Access all Native APIs

Be it a hybrid or native app, we'll integrate all native APIs from geolocation, to motion sensors and all.

Analytics & Crashlytics

Apps can crash, but we'll take care of it by integrating cloud-based or self-hosted analytics and crashlytics tools.

Repository Management

Our engineers are very comfortable with managing codebases on GitHub, BitBucket, Azure DevOps, AWS CodeCommit and more.

Get all top-notch features - In Weeks!

At ByteSlack, in the past 7 years, we have maintained an amazing track record of delivering new projects, with the most demanding features, in a matter of weeks.

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Our engineers at ByteSlack face a lot of interesting questions about Mobile App Development. Here, we have summarised the most frequently asked questions to help get your questions answered.

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  • Hybrid apps allow developers to create web applications using HTML5/CSS/JavaScript and then wrap them in a container that makes the online app behave like a native app on the devices.
  • Many of the code from a web app may be utilized to construct a mobile app since hybrid mobile apps are essentially web apps running in an embedded browser environment.

Because mobile browser layout and runtime speed is improving all the time, hybrid development is a feasible option for software developers who would like to create mobile apps rapidly.

Similarly, PWAs are created using typical web application development tools such as JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS, and are initially accessed through the device’s browser.

Usually yes. Most modern apps and systems will have an interface like what we described in the last question. Ask the company if they have any “API documentation”, if they do then it is very likely that we will be able to integrate with the system.

We’ve experience connecting with lots of different systems and online tools to drive app functionality – here are a few common ones we’ve worked with: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Amazon AWS, Salesforce, Google maps, Matchmaker, Broadbean, Google Sheets, PayPal, Stripe, Airtables, Mailchimp, Campaign Monitor, Marketo, Insightly, JT Telecom, SMS Gateway, Worldpay, Sagepay, Mailgun, Xero, Analytics, Youtube, Vimeo and others.

Yes, we specialise in highly bespoke projects, and it is common for us to work with existing systems and teams. 

When working closely with other suppliers that are relevant to your business, we aim to build a strong collaborative relationship with a focus on cooperation and support for all of those involved.

If these stakeholders are crucial to the success of the project, then we would recommend arranging a call or meeting with them early on, to explore their ideas and identify how to work around any potential environmental limitations.


If you have a site or app with small resource requirements, then we can host your project on our managed servers. If you have specific hosting requirements, intensive resource demands, or require something more specialist, then we can set you up with your own dedicated, cloud, or load balanced hosting environment. 

For example, if you need to handle high volumes of processing and traffic globally then we may opt for a bespoke multi-server hosting setup using Amazon’s EC2, Cloud Front, Elastic Load Balancer and S3 storage facilities.

Should you be unsure of what you require, one option is to start with a simple hosting package first, and then move to a more advanced configuration if your needs grow.

We follow both Waterfall and AGILE practices depending on the process that’s best suited to your business and the way you want to work with us. 

Here is how to decide which approach to adopt.

Most clients who come to us with a new project want us to provide a fixed-price quotation to complete an agreed scope of work. It makes sense from a budget perspective, and you need a fixed figure to plan for or sign-off with purchasing. If this represents you, then we will most likely follow a Waterfall approach to project management to deliver the first version of your project. 

A waterfall approach means that a project plan is defined before the project begins (the top of the waterfall), and as the project starts all those defined plans fall into place.

This process is less flexible than an agile approach, which allows big sweeping changes according to business needs, but it means you know exactly what you’re getting, exactly when you’ll get it, and exactly what it will cost.

With AGILE you identify an approximate direction that you want your site or app to go in (product roadmap) but you don’t define it all upfront. Instead, you work in repeated one-month (or less) cycles called a Sprint. At the start of each sprint, you agree the work that will be completed in that period, and how success looks. 

The AGILE process is far more flexible than a waterfall approach: it allows drastic changes to the project according to your business needs and changing requirements but does not have that long-term future prediction that waterfall provides.

Think of it as lots of mini-waterfall projects. Each sprint happens at the end of a short period; you can release new features and versions regularly, and change the plan for what will be developed as your priorities inevitably change. With AGILE, instead of defining a project cost, you define a monthly budget that relates to the amount of development time that you require. 

In summary: Waterfall is less flexible but provides better budget certainty if you know your requirements are unlikely to change over the life of the project. AGILE is more flexible and gives you a process that comfortably allows for regular change as your priorities shift, but also requires a more flexible pay-for-time approach to billing. If you want to launch a project that changes little over time, then Waterfall may be the best approach for you. If you have lots of features you want to add into your project past the launch of version one, then we’d recommend shifting to the AGILE approach with a fixed monthly budget.

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