How to stay secure from Cyber Crime in Cambridge, London, UK – Eastpoint Software



I attended a Cyber Crime conference in Cambridge last week held by Cambridgeshire Police. The event outlined what the police are doing to tackle Cyber Crime and what we can do to avoid it in the first place. They said 80% of Cyber Crime is preventable. It was stressed at the conference that not only can you be hit with financial losses, but Cyber Crime can have significant impact on well being.

Some stats for Cambridgeshire to get us started:

There were 142 cyber-dependent crimes in a 150-day period One company recorded eight DoS* attacks in a day Losses of £752,000 during this time*Denial of service attack, basically unable to use your network.

Here is a quick bullet point take-away from the conference before we delve a bit deeper:
Cyber Crime is a priority for camb’s police and is as high a priority for the country as anti-terrorism Always report attacks to Action Fraud even if nothing is damaged/taken A lot of damage is preventable Reporting.

Cyber Crime to police:

We heard that without reporting of hacks and attacks, funds will not be given to fighting Cyber Crime as the extent of the issue would not be known.

What to do if you suspect you are a victim of Cyber Crime in Cambridgeshire?

As soon as you are aware…

Phone your bank Report to the local police Keep evidence (emails, letters, phone call recordings)Report to Action Fraud, even if it is an attempted crime Mandate fraud:
Mandate fraud is the most prolific crime seen by camb’s police. Mandate fraud is when someone is convinced to update suppliers banking details, therefore sending funds to the wrong bank account.

How is mandate fraud carried out and what should I be aware of?

Mandate fraud will be carried out by phone, email, letters, etc. Essentially the scammers are looking to make staff believe them. This may be with an official looking letter, or by frequently calling them, building up a rapport, and then asking them to please update to our new details.

Double check account number changes do not automatically use a contact number given on a letter and seek further authentication before responding to an email exchange (see more on two step authentication in this blog post).

The ‘ruse’

We were told about two simple ways for someone to gain access to a bank. They may pretend to be a BT engineer, or someone enquiring about a mortgage or new bank account.

So the scammer can say they are from BT, and then have access to the servers while they “do their repairs”. Alternatively, they can pretend to be applying for a mortgage and then use distraction tactics to gain access to hardware.

This is in relation to the bank itself, but can be applied to an office. If you have information stored on computers or servers, someone could still seek to gain physical access to that by pretending to be a customer or service personnel.

Impersonating a CEO:

How this works is that a scammer will send an email pretending to be the CEO. It may appear to be from the CEO’s address (or one so close they hope you won’t notice).

Even if you have payment processes in place, a request from the boss will often take precedence. If a boss asks you to expedite a payment, staff will want to help out and maybe even not want to bother their boss.

CEO spoofing relies on helpful staff not double checking, or not wanting to disturb their CEO.
Small amounts from many bank accounts

Often scammers will take a small amount from many accounts, hoping people won’t report it. Keep an eye on all transactions.

“A mobile phone without a pin is the most valuable thing you can find”
Put a pin on your mobile.

USB baiting:

Apparently thing is a thing. It is when memory sticks are deliberately left outside a business, so helpful/curious people will collect them up and plug into their computer to check the content/find an owner.

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Eastpoint Software Android, iOS and Windows Mobile App Development Cambridge, Chelmsford, Surrey, UK, Richmond, Twickenham and London. If you have any questions and are looking for mobile app development, please give us a call on 01223 690164. Our tech team love building apps, and are keen to take on new projects. We are based in Cambridge and London, UK.

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IT policy examples Cyber Crime prevention and staying safe at work online – Eastpoint Software



Not all businesses have a formal IT policy, and it’s something worth doing. The information shared here came from the cyber crime conference I attended last week in Cambridge, held by the county’s PCC. A broader overview of cyber crime in Cambridgeshire can be found in the previous blog post.

What is an IT policy?

You probably already know – a document or collection of documents that set out best practice for staff regarding cyber security, online access, emails, etc.
The aim to to stay safer by educating staff. By having an IT policy, staff should be aware of preventable issues and be able to respond quickly if something is amiss.

How important is it?

We need to do more to protect company data, according to the experts: www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Cambridge-companies-beware-cyber-attacks/story-28609175-detail/story.html

According to Cambridgeshire Police, one local medium-sized business went bust due to the extent of a cyber crime, and many companies are victims on a smaller scale (see more in this post).

What should be in an IT policy?

Below are some things to think about:

Movable storage

What is the policy on storage such as USBs? Can staff bring in personal USBs and use them on a work computer?

Procurement

Who and where are you buying hardware, software and services from?

Passwords

Are colleagues allowed to share passwords? Are all desktops and laptops password protected?

Network and remote access

Can you logon to the network externally?

Office access

Who can access your office? Employees, cleaners, visitors?

User privileges

Who has access to what?

Email links and attachments

Think about a policy on clicking links, or file extensions to be aware of. For example receiving a .exe file from an unexpected source should be a red flag.
Backups

Do you keep backups and who is responsible for them?

Locking devices

Are laptops or towers/monitors left logged in and unattended?

Two-step authentication

When I hear two-step authentication I think of banks or Google mail logins, where you have a password and a text, or password and security key.

It is also something else just as useful – literally getting a second authorisation before committing to a payment. A common way of scamming money relies on administrative staff not getting a second authorisation after receiving an email from the boss. This is called CEO spoofing (see more on CEO spoofing in previous blog post).

Action!

The policy should also include what to do in the event of a security breach (see previous article for advice on this).

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IT policy examples Cyber crime prevention and staying safe online at work – Eastpoint Software
Eastpoint Software Mobile, Web Apps, eCommerce and MCommerce Development Company Cambridge, London, UK, Richmond, London and Chelmsford. Get in touch with us about outsourcing that part of the project. We have experience working with partners and agencies on software products. Call us on 01223 690164 or Mail us: [email protected] to discuss what you need and how we can help.

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Eastpoint Software iOS and Android Mobile App Development Cambridgeshire, Chelmsford and Colchester



At the start of a project, you will need to consider which device or devices to build your app for. You will often be asked this early on, as it is an integral part of estimating the project.

For mobile apps, one of the main questions is whether you want it for Android or iOS. Sometimes the answer is made for you, but often it’s a choice, and one you might need a bit of help on.

What is most used – Android or iOS?

Both Android and iOS are popular in the UK, but slightly more people are on Android. It is understood to have overtaken iOS devices in 2012. Both are widely used. The amount spent on apps is higher for iOS, although money spent in the Play store is going up.

So Android app development is best to reach more people?

Maybe, although there are other factors to consider. Android is used over a huge variety of devices and brands. So in theory, that’s a huge amount of devices to test. In reality, just like with iPhone, you can chose which devices you want to make your mobile app available to.

It doesn’t mean it can’t be used on other devices, it just means you are not marketing your app as supported/tested on all phone, just specific ones. Obviously, if you already know your target market closely, or perhaps have a customer that has already explained that the app will be used on iPads, your decision is made for you.

Are iPhone apps or Android apps cheaper to develop?

Let assume you’re picking between either purely iPhone or Android app development (ie, you’re doing one or the other only). Is one cheaper to develop than the other? You would likely expect the app development to be roughly the same. However, resources needed for testing can be different. There are finite iPhones and iPads to test on within the Apple brand.

Android is used over a huge variety of devices and brands. So in theory, that’s a huge amount of devices to test. In reality, just like with iPhone, you chose which devices you want to make your app available to.

It doesn’t mean it can’t be used on other devices, it just means you are not marketing your app as supported/tested on all phone, just specific ones.

Is there a way to build one app and adapt it to suit both Android and iOS?

You can develop a more neutral app that can be easily adapted across platforms. The benefits are that you can reach more people for less money. The downside is that, since the app needs to work across two platforms, there will most likely be some compromise involved.

There more about this in our previous article about hybrid apps, plus some more on Android and iOS Mobile App Development options.

Other types of app

While iOS and Android are the most popular systems that apps are built for, others include Blackberry and Microsoft.

About Us

Eastpoint Software iOS and Android Mobile App Development Cambridgeshire, Chelmsford, Colchester and UK. We specialize in Mobile Apps and ecommerce Development in Cambridge, UK and London and can create bespoke applications, responsive sites and customized versions of ready-made online shops. Get in touch with us at [email protected] or, as Blondie would say, call me on 01223 690164.

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Eastpoint Software iOS, Android and Windows Mobile App Development Company Cambridge, UK, Richmond and London



Mobile apps have contributed to the profit and revenue for various industries in the past decade and this is why more and more businesses are going online via these. With brands, both big and small showing keen interesting in app development, the choices have increased and this is what the buyers need to watch for as the choice is to be for someone capable and competent. The amount of money that goes into mobile app development would vary to an extent as there are many that would make sacrifices with functionality and security.

Mobile App Development — The Process Described In Brief

Mobile application development is a process familiar to software development as it too revolves around writing code; the only difference is that this time the display mode is on Smartphones. The code written is as per the processor of the device and this is why you would find app development divided into categories such as:



With companies making apps for back end management, sales, customer interaction and much more, the service provider is to be chosen carefully.

Things To Consider When Choosing A Mobile App Development Company

With mobile apps outpacing computer based websites, the need is for a service provider that would bring your ideas into life, setting path for goals to be met in the near future. Not every app out there is a successful one and this is the thing that you need to keep in min while making out the pick. Always go with the agency that has developed chart topping apps lately as this would guarantee you that results would arrive.

Before you move ahead comprehend your goals, if you just want to create a buzz about your brand or give it a launch pad on these devices, you can settle in for an agency that has a super creative team in place.

Decide on the amount of money that you wish to spend and then start exploring out the options coming your way, remember, comparison is the key here.

With enough mobile app developers in the market, go with the one that promises you something special but not at the cost of brand’s repute and budget.

The agency that you choose needs to have a creative and smart team that masters the art of creating and engineering versatile and practical mobile apps.

The need is for quality design and development and this is the fact that needs to rule your search.

About us:

Eastpoint Software iOS, Android and Windows Mobile App Development Company Cambridge, UK, Richmond and London. We have offices in Cambridge and London, and are based in Cambridge. Our office is at the Hauser Forum, do come and meet us to discuss projects. Get in touch with us at [email protected] or, as Blondie would say, call me on 01223 690164. For choosing the best Mobile App Development Company UK, exploit the power of web to learn about the ones that work with a strategy in mind.

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Eastpoint Software eCommerce Mobile App Development Company London, Cambridge, UK and Richmond



What is a micro-moment?
Micro-moments are when you want something from your mobile phone, and have an expectation for it to be delivered immediately.
They are the moments during the day when you are busy, and you pick up your phone for instant answers or results.
What are the types of mobile micro-moments?
I-want-to-know – I need an answer quickly
I-want-to-go – I need to find a local place or business
I-want-to-do – There is something I want to do, and I need help or ideas
I want-to-buy – I’m ready to purchase
How do these micro-moments relate to my ecommerce app or website?
Google see micro-moments as a “battleground” for brands. With busy lives and little patience, customers and app users are looking for immediate responses. Google says that success will hinge on how well the needs are met for each micro-moment.
I-want-to-buy and Mobile ecommerce App Development London, Cambridge, Richmond and UK

Let’s focus on the I-want-to-buy micro-moment for ecommerce (though as you will see later, I-want-to-know is also applicable). What does this micro-moment entail? Not just the moment you make a purchase, but research around a purchase too.
So when designing an app, think how this micro-moment would fit in. How quickly can purchase information be found? How easy is it to navigate? Am I providing relevant information to allow someone to complete a purchase?
Obviously being able to buy when you want to buy is crucial. With more people buying via mobile, most businesses have these ecommerce capabilities, with websites and/or apps that look good on desktop, tablet and smartphone screens.
On mobile, space is premium. When customers are at their I-want-to-buy micro-moment, they need to be able to check out quickly. Think about intuitive, simple paths to purchase.
Looking at a product on your mobile… while in store
Have you done this? You’re in a shop and you need to make a decision on a product, so you search for it on your phone. The real-life example given by Google is that when confronted with a cheaper product and a more expensive product, a consumer may be interested to read reviews to understand why one is more expensive and if this cost is worthwhile.
This is seen as a critical moment – to quickly give access to product information, helping someone make a decision to buy. Even when they are actually buying in store, and not on their mobile.
As pointed out by Bridget Dolan, vice president of interactive media at make-up chain Sephora, someone who is able to research what they want to and make an informed decision will most likely be happier with their purchase, and more likely to come back in the future.
Ecommerce across devices
Mobile commerce (or mcommerce) can be blended with regular ecommerce (ie, on a larger monitor such as a desktop), say Google.
The example given is a bloke with his contact lenses – he wants to order them quickly, so looks them up online on his smartphone while out. However, he doesn’t have his prescription, so needs to go home, get it, and then fills it out on a desktop computer.
So mobile commerce can also form part of the ecommerce journey, being a micro-moment as part of the purchase.
About Us
Eastpoint Software eCommerce Mobile App Development Company London, Cambridge, UK and Richmond. We have UX specialists and ecommerce mobile app development experience. Get in touch with us about outsourcing that part of the project. We have experience working with partners and agencies on software products. Call us on 01223 690164 or Mail us: [email protected] to discuss what you need and how we can help.
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Mobile traffic accounts for 65% of all online shopping traffic in the Cambridge, London, UK and Richmond – Eastpoint Software



Mobile traffic accounts for 65% of all online shopping traffic in the UK, London Cambridge and Richmond – Eastpoint Software
Ecommerce via a mobile phone or tablet has overtaken ecommerce via desktops and laptops for number of visits, with two thirds of all online website visits being mobile.This is a higher overall percentage than the US, Germany and India. The stat of 65% of online ecommerce being via a mobile was taken from January of this year.
The report is by Similar Web, a website analytics company. We’re looking at a snapshot of findings below, relating to mobile ecommerce.
Rise of Mobile ecommerce in Cambridge, UK, Richmond and London
Mobile ecommerce (sometimes referred to as mcommerce) has been growing steadily over the years, with mobile versions of websites being an increasing area of investment for businesses.
As an example, for Black Friday, Similar Web said that for 25 large retailers (including Amazon, Ebay and Argos), the daily average amount of visits per site was 761,000 for desktops and just under 1.4 million for mobile devices.
Desktops still popular
While more traffic was shown to go through mobiles, shoppers spend more time per visit on desktops. In turn, they also view more pages than those looking on their smartphones.
Mobile conversion rate lower
While mobiles have proven to be massively popular for online shopping, there is one significant aspect in which it is still catching up to desktop, and that’s with purchasing.
In previous research by IMRG, it showed that conversation rates on mobile, while lower than desktop, had gone up significantly year on year. The IMRG study also showed that more sales themselves (rather than traffic/visits) are through a mobile device.
So while visits and sales are higher on mobiles, the conversion rate is still lower.
The report by Similar Web shows that smartphones are at a 1.16% conversion rate, while traditional computers are at 3.65%. Interestingly the tablet, in between sizes, fares pretty well, much closer to computers at 3.22%.
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Eastpoint Software are a Cambridge-based software team who specialise in web and mobile app development, including ecommerce and Mcommerce development.
Eastpoint Software Web, Mobile App, eCommerce and MCommerce Development Company Cambridge, UK, Richmond and London. Get in touch with us about outsourcing that part of the project. We have experience working with partners and agencies on software products. Call us on 01223 690164 or Mail us: [email protected] to discuss what you need and how we can help.

Visit us: http://www.eastpoint.co.uk/

Android and iOS Mobile Apps UK Trends and its Usage – Eastpoint Software



The report, by the Interactive Advertising Bureau, shows how users are accessing the internet, how long they are online, and their favourite websites and apps (Facebook and Amazon!).
Mobile app popularity
The report showed that during December 2015, 65% of minutes spent online were via a mobile device (tablet or smartphone). So in terms of time spent online on devices, a significantly larger amount of time is spent on mobile devices, accessing either websites or apps.
As more businesses look to mobile app development to cater for the amount of people using their smartphones to access the internet, these stats show this is a continuing trend. Year-on-year, comparing the month of December, there was also an increase on the amount of unique hits with a 7% increase for mobile and a 5% increase for smartphones.
Mobile apps absorb a huge amount of online time
When looking at online minutes spent purely on mobile devices, more of this time is spent on apps rather than websites. In fact the difference is huge – 86% on mobile apps, 16% on mobile web.
This difference does have a theory behind it. A mobile app is likely to be a game, music or chat app that you may use for prolonged periods, whereas a website is often something you take your information from, or make a purchase, and then leave.
Is Mobile Apps Development more relevant if your audience is younger?
When looking at Android, iOS and Windows Mobile Apps Development as an investment, or perhaps when considering a mobile version of your website, it’s sensible to look at audience. Who is accessing your information and how? The IAB report suggests the difference between young people accessing apps and mobile web and older people isn’t so big.
While people aged 18-34 spend two thirds of their time online via a mobile device, those aged 35-54 spend half of their online time on a mobile device. Both of these is an increase compared to last year.

Do websites get more hits from people using computers, or people using mobile devices?
Currently desktops are still top, with 68% of all website hits coming from computers, according to the study. However, mobiles at 32% are on the rise, whereas hits from computers are declining as a percentage of all hits.
What does this tell us about mobile apps?
Both mobile apps and mobile specific websites are getting increasing amounts of traffic. With the use of mobile devices for internet access increasing across age groups, it is becoming an essential marketing tool or function for businesses.
About us

Eastpoint Software Web, Mobile App and eCommerce Development Company Cambridge, London, UK and Richmond. See our website www.eastpoint.co.uk for more about our mobile app development team, or come and see us in Cambridge, UK. Please give us a call on 01223 690164. We work with big and small companies and also have experience as an outsourcing partner, if your company does not have the skills needed in-house. You can email us any app development enquiries at [email protected]
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Eastpoint Software Android, iOS and Windows Mobile App Development Company Cambridge, London, Richmond and UK



The types of mobile app development:

Our clients, and prospective clients, often ask about the benefits of developing an app in Android or iOS (iOS is also known as Apple or iPhone). Other options include Windows apps and Blackberry apps (although I would say less people enquire about those).

So those are some of the devices you can build apps for, and deciding which device type to target depends on your audience and your requirements.

If you’re finding it difficult to narrow it down, to start off with, think of it like this:
Do I want a native app or a hybrid app?

This means – do I want to build an app for a specific device (say, Android phones) or do I want to create an app that will run on several devices?

Native= built for one type of device
Hybrid = intermediary technologies used to create a single version across different types of devices

The basic pros and cons of each are as follows:
Native apps pro:

Native apps are built specifically for one particular device, so all functions are designed to run, to a high standard.
Native apps con:

Potentially you are missing out on other phone markets because those with an Android mobile cannot use your app. If you have the budget, this isn’t much of a con, since you would simply invest the money in a sister app that is designed to run on a different device. But if your funds are limited, investing it all in one app could limit opportunities.
Hybrid apps pro:

Most likely money saved on rolling your app out across several devices, while still maintaining a very good, but maybe not optimum, standard.
Hybrid apps con:

The app will potentially not work as well as if it had been made exclusively for that device, since it has been adapted to run across more than one device.
So that’s something to think about – native or hybrid. Next, you need to think about what device or devices it will run on.
Android mobile app development Cambridge, UK, London and Richmond
In the UK, most people are using either an Android or an Apple phone, and most mobile apps would be made for either or both of these, if the objective was to make it available to as many people are possible.
iOS Mobile Apps Development London, UK, Cambridge and Richmond
As mentioned above, this is one of the most used and most popular type of app, along with Android.

Windows Mobile App Development Cambridge, UK, Richmond and London

After those two, Windows is probably the third most enquired about from our perspective. If building a Windows app, it will usually be for a specific reason that you are targeting Windows and not Android or iOS.
Some final thoughts: What’s the difference between an app for a phone and an app for a tablet?
See my upcoming article!

Mobile app development Company Cambridge, Richmond, London and UK:
Eastpoint Software Android, iOS and Windows Mobile App Development Company Cambridge, London, Richmond and UK. If you have any questions and are looking for mobile app development, please give us a call on 01223 690164. Our tech team love building apps, and are keen to take on new projects. We are based in Cambridge and London, UK.

We work with big and small companies and also have experience as an outsourcing partner, if your company does not have the skills needed in-house. You can email us any app development enquiries at [email protected]
Visit us:
www.eastpoint.co.uk/Mobile-Apps/

Android Mobile App Development Richmond London, Cambridge and UK — Eastpoint Software



Cheat Codes For Smart & Intelligent Android App Development!

Your brand is pricey and you need an app that would make your brand go visible without putting the repute at stake. When it comes to the first mobile app, the focus is to be on using a platform that is accessible to all as with this only your product or brand marketing campaign would reach masses. If you want to make sure that the app developed takes the business popularity to the bigger level and that too without subjecting to any technical complexities, android is certainly a smart option to choose.

Important Things To Know Before Jumping Into The Waters

The job that each mobile application performs is different and this is why the need is to know the core function as without knowing your target this entire process won’t deliver results. Whether your aim is to market your products, sell products or services or make big money by offering customers with an alternate buying mode, the app that comes out need to have a solid functionality to do complete justice. Decide on the amount that you wish to spend as with this it would get easy for you to decide to the extent you would love to experiment with the android app.

Why Android App Development?

For all those who want to keep the cost under control and at the same time offer customers and prospects with an interesting and user-friendly application to access, android app development would be a safe bet. With more than half of the Smart phone users using android platform, these apps tend to do brisk business. With android apps the risk is less as managing these is quite easy and more so the cost that goes into this is also not big.

Why Hire An Expert For Android Application Development?

Now that you have decide to go in for android app development, make sure that you hire an expert for the job. The benefits of this are many, let us have a sneak peek at some of the prominent ones:

  • The development team is going to make sure that your app stands out of the crowd and for this it is going to give enough time exploring other apps like yours and then coming with a design and functionality that makes you win traffic
  • You just need to have the basic idea in mind and rest everything would be taken care by the professional app development team

Both hard work and smart work goes into developing an app, go with the agency that masters the art and enjoy a sound repute.

Summary

Android app development is not that tricky as it appears, you just need to pick the right service provider that has enough experience of making apps belonging to various categories.

We are Eastpoint Software Android Mobile App Development Company UK, London, Richmond and Cambridge. Android app development is not that tricky as it appears, you just need to pick the right service provider that has enough experience of making apps belonging to various categories. We want to build more apps to add to our portfolio, so we want to work with you. Contact us on 01223 690164 and let us know what you are after. We can go from there and provide a no obligation estimate.

Visit us: https://www.eastpoint.co.uk/Mobile-Apps/Android-mobile-app-development/

Eastpoint Software Android Mobile App Development Company London, Richmond, Cambridge and UK



Android Mobile Apps Development Company London, Richmond, Cambridge and UK:

Cheat Codes For Smart & Intelligent Android App Development! Your brand is pricey and you need an app that would make your brand go visible without putting the repute at stake. When it comes to the first mobile app, the focus is to be on using a platform that is accessible to all as with this only your product or brand marketing campaign would reach masses. If you want to make sure that the app developed takes the business popularity to the bigger level and that too without subjecting to any technical complexities, android is certainly a smart option to choose.
Important Things To Know Before Jumping Into The Waters:
The job that each mobile application performs is different and this is why the need is to know the core function as without knowing your target this entire process won’t deliver results. Whether your aim is to market your products, sell products or services or make big money by offering customers with an alternate buying mode, the app that comes out need to have a solid functionality to do complete justice. Decide on the amount that you wish to spend as with this it would get easy for you to decide to the extent you would love to experiment with the android app.
Why Android App Development?
For all those who want to keep the cost under control and at the same time offer customers and prospects with an interesting and user-friendly application to access, android app development would be a safe bet. With more than half of the Smart phone users using android platform, these apps tend to do brisk business. With android apps the risk is less as managing these is quite easy and more so the cost that goes into this is also not big.
Why Hire An Expert For Android Application Development?
Now that you have decide to go in for android app development, make sure that you hire an expert for the job. The benefits of this are many, let us have a sneak peek at some of the prominent ones:
1. The development team is going to make sure that your app stands out of the crowd and for this it is going to give enough time exploring other apps like yours and then coming with a design and functionality that makes you win traffic.
2. You just need to have the basic idea in mind and rest everything would be taken care by the professional app development team.
Both hard work and smart work goes into developing an app, go with the agency that masters the art and enjoy a sound repute.
About us:
We are Eastpoint Software Android Mobile App Development Company London, Richmond, Cambridge and UK. Android app development is not that tricky as it appears, you just need to pick the right service provider that has enough experience of making apps belonging to various categories.
Visit us: https://www.eastpoint.co.uk/Mobile-Apps/Android-mobile-app-development/