iOS App Development
STAR System as one of the leading iPhone Application Development Company around the world, we offer high performance, secure and engaging iPhone mobile web applications to users allowing them to tap into the wider functionality of their iPhones and iPad. Our services include offline and online data access.
We work with clients around the world to help them leverage their mobile app development and reach out to the millions of digital customers currently using mobile technology. To help your company better manage the influx of new customers, our iPhone application developers, with their extensive knowledge of the Apple platform, can also help build mobile applications that increase productivity, organize client data, enhance business communications, integrate social media, and more.
We provide iPhone Apps on the following fronts
- Customer Database Software
- Service reminders
- Appliances management
- Communication logs
- Supplier database management
- Job costing
- Purchase orders
- Supplier invoicing and payment tracking
- Jobs management
- Diary management software
- Recall management
- Additional works
- Office tasks
- Basic user management
- Advanced user management software
- Time sheet management
- Custom security
- Invoicing and payment tracking
- Automatically send statements
- Accounting software integration
- Website integration
STOCK & PARTS MANAGEMENT
- Parts Management
- Financial reporting and analytics
Native over Hybrid
Building native applications means using the native language of the platform, Objective-C on iOS, and Java on Android. The main advantage of native applications is their performance. Native apps are compiled into machine code (Dalvik byte code under Android), which gives the best performance you can get from the mobile phone.
Best performance includes fast and fluid animations as well as full access to phone hardware, multi touch support and the latest APIs.
Native development is far from easy. Despite the great number of resources that can be found, it may not be understandable to everyone. As code must be written specifically for each platform, the same code will have to largely be rewritten with little able to be shared. The logic may be the same, but the language, APIs and the development process is different. This process can be relatively long for complex applications.