If the thoughts and expense of custom mobile application development have given you heartburn, you are not the first. So before you pop that antacid, let us tell you how you can build your mobile application, maintain the content yourself, and just pay a simple annual fee to keep it in service.
14 Oranges provides award-winning custom mobile app development services for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Mobile application development has multiple dimensions of complexity, and is in a constant state of flux. We will help you manage this volatility.
14 Oranges has worked with a diverse range of businesses and individuals to create stunning, mobile-friendly (aka responsive) websites. Over the past 13 years, we’ve created customized, effective business solutions including web hosting, design, and e-commerce solutions.
14 Oranges has developed mobile and web-based applications across a diverse set of industries to create stunning application services that are easy to understand and comfortable to use.
We will help you increase citizen service request response rates while decreasing your overall cost of operations.
We will provide you with a mobile-first e-commerce solution linked to a secure back-end to supercharge your online sales.
Membership engagement, including conference and event features integrated with social media, powered by a targeted push notification service.
We will deliver stunning video on the platforms of your choice, with mobile controls for video browsing, scheduled recording and on-demand playback.
The City of Hamilton has deployed 14 Oranges’ Info Grove self-managed mobile app service to engage with citizens and visitors of Hamilton, Ontario.
The City of Hamilton provides quick access to information about garbage and recycling calendars, current events, local government info, and social media. City officials will now be able to relay information about events, news, and emergencies using its citizen engagement app.
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The Washington State Pharmacy Association has deployed 14 Oranges’