Done IT works strictly as a developer for hire. We do not participate in any revenue splits or percentage agreements. That means while you shoulder development costs, you own your app free and clear, including source code and intellectual property.
One of the very first steps in the app development timeline is the signing of a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) by both Done IT and you, the prospective client. This protects both parties, since we’ll be working very closely together. Once it’s finished, the app and all its source code and intellectual property belong to you.
Simple apps can be completed in couple weeks, while more complex apps might take several months. The more clearly you’ve defined your idea and how it will work as an app, the more closely we can estimate a time frame.
Absolutely! Learn more about our mobile app development services.
Of course! If you have the technical know-how or artwork ready, and just need something specific from us, we can cater to your needs. The idea is yours, so bring as much to the table as you can.
Consumers will be able to download apps right on their devices. We’re experts in the submission process, having submitted hundreds of apps for hundreds of clients to the various consumer download services:
There are dozens of examples on our Portfolio page.
Take a look at the customer reviews on the Reviews on the Home page or contact our sales team directly to request a personal reference.
A native app is written specifically for one operating system, like Android or iOS. A hybrid app has some native code but also relies on programming languages that all operating systems can understand. Done IT offers both hybrid and native app development services because both approaches have their advantages. Hybrid apps can sometimes be faster and more cost-effective to deploy to multiple mobile operating systems, but native apps typically perform more smoothly and quickly. For example, front-end programming for a particular app might cost $7,500 for Android and an additional $7,500 for iOS, totaling $15,000 if both are built natively. A hybrid approach might cost more like $12,000 for both.