CMS to update your content:
- Manage publications;
- Delay publication with time and date;
- Unlimited number of categories;
- Sorting criteria for your content;
- Content editors assigned to a member of your team;
- Rich text editor to enhance your text;
- Geographical coordinates for map display;
CMS to access your registered clients:
- Access and edit your clients’ profiles;
- Manage membership status;
- Create and share Discount Coupons.
- Target users according to their behaviour (Native);
- Target users according to their device (Native);
- Geographical targeting Native (Native);
- Real-time calculation of recipients;
- Scheduling a dispatch upon publication content;
- Order confirmation, order processing, order cancellation.
WordPress CMS provide many integrated solutions and some good plugins for get a really elegant Mobile App, which is quite sufficient for small projects and mostly a lot cheaper.
Developing a native application from scratch is a very expensive process. It involves experienced developers, UX designers, developer licenses from Apple and Google and frequent maintenance to keep the app up to date on iOS and Android.
However, if you’re a small business, a magazine or have a WordPress Blog, you can start investing a minimum of time and money (monthly subscriptions for plugins that sync your WP posts via the RESTful architecture, RSS feeds, etc.) to move on to more powerful and personalised solutions.
This strategy allows you not to take too much financial risk and test your solution on all levels (user experience, resource requirements, speed, etc.).
If you create a WordPress application, you probably need some time. In this case, it’s best to start by creating a web app with PWA.
The major difference between Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and Responsive Web Apps (RWA) is push notification. PWAs are able to react directly onto your phone screen with a home screen icon, with the tappable icon giving it look and feel like a Native App.
The PWA is cheaper to develop. Indeed, a single technological environment is sufficient (unlike a responsive web app, they don’t need to develop separate coding for Android, iOS and web), making it one is the best cost-effective options for a native look.. It can be used on the different OS on the market. Why is it so versatile? It is browser-based, can be used on any OS or device and adapts to all devices (mobile and desktop).
Publishing the App to digital distribution systems like Apple App Store or Google Play is optional.
Benefits of Progressive Web Apps
- PWAs are responsive and work with many different screen sizes
- PWAs are smooth, fast, and lightweight
- PWAs work offline, unlike your regular site
- We can use push notifications to re-engage users
- Installing a PWA can lead to higher engagement
Benefits of Responsive Web Apps
- Attract a Wider Audience
- Easier to monitor analytics
- Easier to maintain
- Consistency in design and app.
Native Apps are designed with a technology specific to the phone on which it is installed. Native apps for iOS phones (Apple) are distributed through App Store and Native Apps for Android phones (Google) are distributed via Google Play. They allow access to 100% of the device’s capacities. Developed in Objective-C and Java and submitted to the App Store and Google Play and enjoy the many advantages offered by these Stores: which are visibility, SEO and notoriety thanks to users’ comments and ratings. Native Apps are more expensive to develop and require advanced knowledge of UX design and programming.
They are 100% adapted to the operating systems of smartphones and developed in the device’s operating language. For example, an Apple application will be coded in Swift or Objective-C languages and an Android App will be coded in Java.
- The user experience (UX) is the best there is.
- It must be validated by the Android and iOS stores, i.e. Google Play and App Store.
- It has access to many of the smartphone’s integrated features (i.e. Camera, GPS, Accelerometer with a consent policy).
- It provides a high level of security (important for payments).
- Their reliability is what makes their current reputation.
- There is no faster application or site. And this is a major point for the user.
Once published in the Stores, your native app has many advantages: visibility via ASO (App Store Optimisation) and notoriety thanks to user comments and ratings.
NOTE: All application components (especially natives) require monitoring, maintenance and regular updates. The operating systems on which they run are “application-independent”. If a major update, for example, on iOS systems is performed, the developer is responsible for checking whether updates are required on the higher application layers.
An app that's always up to date, following the constant evolution of iOS, Android and the Web.
We offer all the tools and features you need to connect with your on-the-go customers, keep them coming back, and increase your sales. We create every step of getting your app to the Apple Store and Google Play under your brand.
- Use the Forms features
- Create a monthly promotion;
- Reach out to other businesses;
- Push Notifications;
- In-App Coupons;
- Menus & Ordering;
- Easy Communication;
- Social & Media Feeds;
- Advanced Analytics.