App Development Questions

A non-disclosure agreement will be signed by both you and us, which protects the assets of both the parties.
To be honest, it is impossible to give an answer to that without first understanding the scope of work required to develop that app or game a client has in mind. But of course, we understand that our clients need to have an idea of cost to know whether they can even afford to hire us in the first place. iSolve Mobility is on average 20-30 percent cheaper than our major competitors.
As with pricing this question is difficult to answer without understanding the scope completely. However, an average app takes between 8 – 14 weeks to complete.
iSolve will assist you with the entire process from building the app to getting it listed in the app stores. We know all the pitfalls and submit apps regularly.
The secret here is having a prototype. Your first prototype does not have to be complete with all the features you have in mind. Rather, it should contain the core proposition of your app. For example, if you are thinking of delving into e-commerce through an app, limit your app prototype with your product display and checkout. Social media integration, wish lists, and other features can come in later on.

With the core proposition at hand (which is, in this case, enabling sales through an app), you should be able to test the market and see if there are enough customers to buy. To help improve your idea, remember to ask for feedback from your customers.

Whether to offer your app for free or not should depend on whether your market is willing and able to pay or not. Study your market carefully. What are the kinds of apps that they purchase, and what are the kinds of apps that they are willing to download but only if it’s free? Ultimately, the choice is yours.

Remember though that there are many other ways in which you can make money out of an app. Charging for downloads is just one of them. Make sure to have a clear monetization strategy before developing your app.

The source code will be delivered to you and you will be the sole owner of your intellectual property.
Yes absolutely. Please go to our portfolio page and request a PDF portfolio.

Yes, we perform cross platform mobile development. Our team is fully capable of developing native or cross platform for Apple, Android and Windows platforms.
The iSolve Mobility team is operating from our Pretoria and Johannesburg offices. All our developers are located in South Africa.
Yes, quality assurance is part of our development process. Once the app is completed we will also test it internally on a number of devices.
Yes we can. We can either sign an ongoing service level agreement (SLA) with you to do regular maintenance updates or adhoc. Whichever you prefer.