Mobile Applications Development
The need to communicate with client and employee has never been more in demand than it is today.
The anytime, anyplace world; is a reality today; smart phones and tablets are common place, and your competitors are capitalizing on mobile app development to create applications for both increasing and enabling their client base in addition to reducing the cost of servicing them.
The USSD platform, Unrestricted Supplementary Service Data (USSD), is used by the mobile interaction business to send text between a mobile phone and an application program interacting promptly with end-user. USSD gateway transactions only take place while mobile phones are turned on. USSD messages travel over SS7 signaling channels, providing a fast way for customer connections and data transfer. USSD platform transactions respond in less than a second.
The USSD platform solution is suitable for:
Native Mobile App Development
A native app resides on the device. Typically, you would download the app from the relevant store (Apple App Store, Google Play etc.) and you would access the app from an icon on the home screen of the device. A native app is developed for a particular platform (like Android) so that it will function in a way that you will have come to expect from the device you are using, for example notifications etc
Mobile Web Applications
While it can be difficult to tell them apart, Mobile Web apps are actually websites that may appear similar to a native app. However, instead of using the platform of the device, they are run by a browser. Most mobile web apps are developed using HTML5.
Hybrid apps, as the name suggests, are a combination of the two above and are developed with a number of web technologies. They are downloaded from an app store and uses the functionality of the device platform. Hybrid apps render html in a browser that is embedded within the app