Tool: Code Editor Version – 7.x, 8.x
Operating System: iOS version – 8.x, 9.x, 10.x
Programming Language: Objective C, SWIFT
We have a team of experts for iOS app development who develop high-quality mobile applications based on our customers’ unique needs.
Our team specializes in iOS mobile applications across devices (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch).
We are skilled in the following technologies:
- Apple Pay®: Apple Pay gives users an easy, secure, and private platform to pay for goods and services such as groceries, clothing, tickets, and reservations in the iOS 8 app, using payment information stored in the user’s iOS device. By simply using touch ID, users can quickly and securely check out with a single touch.
- In App Purchase:In-app purchase lets you sell a variety of items — including premium content, virtual goods, and subscriptions — directly within your free or paid app. And, just like the apps you sell in the App Store, you receive 70% off the purchase price.
- CoreLocation and MapKit Framework:Lets you determine the current location or destination and displays the map on your iOS device.
- APNS (Apple Push Notification Service): Central to the remote notifications feature, it is a robust and highly efficient service for disseminating information to iOS and OS X devices. Each device establishes an accredited and encrypted IP connection through which notifications are received. It allows background and inactive apps to alert the user when new data is available.
- Google Analytics: Mobile app analytics helps users monitor their business on the go. It provides real-time metrics that can be acted upon by users and enables custom reporting.
- COCOS-2d Framework: is an open source software framework. It can be used to build games, apps and other interactive programs.
- Integration to social media (Social Framework): The social framework lets you integrate your app with supported social networking services. On iOS and OS X, this framework provides a template for creating HTTP requests. On iOS only, the Social framework provides a generalized interface for posting requests on behalf of the user.
- iOS Multimedia Framework: The iOS SDK provides substantial access to media services through a number of multimedia frameworks like media player, AV foundation, core audio, open AL.
- SQL Lite Database: iOS includes the popular SQLite library, a lightweight yet powerful relational database engine that is easily embedded into an application.
- Core Data Database:Core Data is a framework that you use to manage the model layer objects in your application. It provides generalized and automated solutions to common tasks associated with object life cycle and object graph management, including persistence.
- iAD Framework: iAD allows your application to earn revenue by displaying advertisements to the user. Your application dedicates a portion of its user interface to display advertisements and in turn you receive revenue when users view or click those advertisements.
- 3D Touch: 3D Touch gives iOS 9 users an additional interaction dimension. On supported devices, users can quickly choose app-specific actions from the home screen by pressing on the app icon. Moreover, users can apply various degrees of pressure to preview an item, open an item in a separate view, and access related actions.
- HealthKit: Adding HealthKit to your iOS and watchOS apps creates a more integrated user experience. When a customer provides permission for your app to read and write health and activity data to their Health app, your app can become a valuable health data source and it can use the shared data to bring more powerful health and fitness solutions.
- WatchKit: With Apple Watch, users can now access information in a way that is both distinctly personal and unobtrusive. With just a raise of the wrist, users can receive and respond to notifications, see essential information in a complication or a glance, and much more
- Touch ID Authentication: Your app can now use Touch ID to authenticate the user. Some apps may need to secure access to all of their content, while others might need to secure certain pieces of information or options. In either case, you can require the user to authenticate before proceeding.
- OpenGL Framework: a cross-language, multi-platform application programming interface (API) for rendering 2D and 3D vector graphics. The API is typically used to interact with a graphics processing unit (GPU), to achieve hardware-accelerated rendering.