Mobile Application Development

High-quality Mobile Application Development Services in India,Mumbai.

At Webstro Technologies, company policy is that we deliver a Mobile Application development service that enables us to develop that are:

  • Easy to use : Our bespoke CMS reduces admin time in updating websites and managing data.
  • Quick :Our robust Application minimize company overhead works and structure entire departments. Application developed are fast and efficient.
  • Responsive : Whether you need a web app, mobile website or app, we can code across all platforms so visitors to Customer receive the best experience.
  • Ecommerce : We build online shopping websites that keep visitors returning for more and can increase the value of your business.
  • Customized :At Webstro we develop Application as per client requirement which suits best for the customer to use.
Mobile Application Development Technologies.

We try to remain as impartial as possible when it comes to choosing a development technology for your Mobile Application project. To name but a few, we regularly work with:

  • Native mobile apps: When you think of applications, you’re probably thinking of native mobile apps. They are designed to be “native” to one platform, whether it’s Apple iOS, Google’s Android or Windows Phone. The native platform can be advantageous because it tends to optimize user experience. Because it was developed specifically for the platform, it can operate more quickly and intuitively.
  • Web apps: Responsive websites switch to a different design when they are accessed from a mobile device. Adaptive web applications, on the other hand, adjusts to fit the different screen sizes of mobile devices. For these apps, the design doesn’t change. Web apps are built using the most popular programming languages, but they can’t use hardware on mobile devices or be sold in any app stores.
  • Hybrid mobile apps: These apps can be installed on devices just like native apps can, but they run through web browsers. All hybrid apps are developed through the HTML5 programming language. Though hybrid apps are not as fast or reliable as native apps, they have big potential for streamlining the development process itself. Because you don’t have to build and maintain apps for separate platforms, your business stands to save time and resources. It’s ideal for apps that primarily deliver content.

We will always recommend the most appropriate development technology for your business needs, and we always work to the principle of ‘keep it simple’.

Mobile Application Development Platforms
  • PhoneGap : PhoneGap allows developers to create apps for Android, Palm, Symbian, BlackBerry, iPhone, iTouch and iPad devices. It uses standard development languages like HTML and JavaScript. As an added bonus, this tool works with device hardware features as well.

How We Make an App | 8 Phases for Mobile App Development

Everyone wants to make an app. The meteoric rise of the app market is certainly astounding; according to Flurry Analytics, approximately eight apps are launched daily for iOS and Android devices. As of June 2016, there were 1.2 million mobile apps in Apple’s App Store alone. Because it’s so important to get it right the first time, there must be a careful ramp-up to building an app, especially at the enterprise level. The approach we take with mobile app projects Webstro Technologies is to build a mobile app in phases, each with multiple steps.


The first phase of any project is often the most important. When building a mobile app, it’s critical to take the time to go through the necessary planning steps.

Step 1: Define the project and create use cases.

Create a written definition of your app idea that clearly spells out what it will do, who the users are and why they will care about it. Make sure you can answer the question “why does this app need to exist?” What unique problem does it solve? Will the app simplify payment transactions for customers? Will it increase productivity for field agents? What is the business case? Use this information to create use cases to guide the project.

Step 2: Do your research.

Is there already an app on the market similar to the one you are thinking to build? If so, how can you do it better?


A mental prototype is a brainstorm to help define a concept in visual terms. It’s the first opportunity to start to see how the app might evolve…and to get a reality check.

Step 3: Involve the development team or technical architect.

Ideally, the development team is involved at the beginning of the project, but if the technical people who are actually going to build your mobile app aren’t already on board, now’s the time to bring them in. This is when you can determine if your idea is feasible, can be successful and what expectations you should have for time and budget.

Step 4: Storyboard.

With the use cases you created in Phase 1, create rough sketches of the idea on a sketchpad, whiteboard, or template tiles. This is the first visual representation of all the screens and will help uncover usability issues.


It’s not enough to have cool interactions and an understanding of the visuals. You need to consider whether the back-end systems will actually support the app’s functionality. For basic assessment of technical feasibility, you must do the following:

Step 5: Get access to the data.

Your mobile app needs to access usable data. Figuring this out could be as simple as sourcing a Public APIs or as complicated as building your own abstraction layer.

Step 6: Determine what devices you are building your app for.

An app will have different requirements depending on its platform (iOS, Android, etc.) as well as the format (smartphone, tablet, wearables, etc.). At Webstro Technologies, we recommend Native development for an optimal user experience tailored to a specific platform.

Step 7: Refine project definition and establish go-to-market strategy

By the end of this phase, the team may have new ideas for the app or have determined that some of the initial functionality isn’t feasible. At this point, take some time to brainstorm, ask questions and review the status.


It’s very difficult to define the touch experience without being able to touch the app and experience how it works and flows. Phase 4 is about just that.

Step 8: Build a rapid prototype.

Your mobile app needs to access usable data. Figuring this out could be as simple as sourcing a Public APIs or as complicated as building your own abstraction layer.

“Rapid” is the operative word – build a prototype that gets the app concept into a user’s hands as quickly as possible so you can see how it works for the most common use case. Use rough, not exhaustive, wireframes.

Bring your stakeholders in to touch the prototype to garner feedback as early as possible.


Now is when the real work begins:

Step 9: Design for the user experience.

Before you dive into code, you must design. A User Experience (UX) Designer can create the interaction architecture of the design elements. A User Interface (UI) Designer for mobile solutions can create the look and feel of your app. This is a multistep process with its own review stages. The end result is visual direction and blueprints that inform your engineers of the envisioned final product and how interaction should feel, move and flow.


The strategy is complete, the stage is set, and you have your design. It is now time to build an app!

Step 10: Agile Development.

Agile is the preferred approach for mobile development due the importance of collaboration, transparency, and rapid iteration to adapt to change. These practices of adapting to change are critical to finding success in the ever-evolving mobile channel.


Congratulations! You have built an app. Now it’s time to get some of your target users to help you test it.

Step 11: UAT testing.

User acceptance testing is a process to discover whether your mobile app works for users. In other words, put your app in the hands of a few people in your target audience. Once your app has passed the UAT test, you know that the solution “works”.

Step 12: BETA testing.

Make your app available for a beta trial, either through an open solicitation for participants or the enrollment of previously identified groups. Feedback from beta users will help you determine whether or not the app’s functions are operating well in a real-world environment.


Your app is complete and ready to submit. Pick a day and key up a formal launch. Congratulations! You have learned how to build an app!

Keep in mind, this is not the end. Every app requires updates and new features during the mobile application development lifecycle. Typically, the development cycle begins anew as soon as the first version of the app is released. Ensure you have the resources to maintain your product. If you are working with an outside vendor to build your app, as we at Webstro Technologies do for our clients, make sure that you will have continued access to the mobile development team through a managed services agreement or similar partnership after the app is launched. A mobile app is not a “set it and forget it” type of project. Like any other technology, it will require skilled people to continually build new enhancements, fix problems, and ultimately ensure its success to your business.

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