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  • Gold project

    Budget: $1,000 - $2,500 (USD) · Location: Australia, Australian Capital Territory

    Android · Open for proposals · Posted 1d ago · 28d remain · 33 proposals

    Replicate existing iOS app 'The Daily Brief' on Android (find on the App Store) Features: - Daily content is delivered with a local notification - inclusion of subscription payment syst...
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  • Budget: $5,000 – $10,000 (USD) · Location: Pakistan, Sind Province

    Android · Open for proposals · Posted 1h ago · 29d remain · 11 proposals

    -Attendance in no time. Automatic employee attendance system Generate QR Code/RF ID based cards -A secure web based system, which can be monitored/controlled from anywhere -Employee management can s...
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  • Platinum project

    Budget: more than €25,000 (EUR) · Location: United Kingdom, England, London, Greater London, Kensington and Chelsea

    iPhone · Open for proposals · Posted 55m ago · 29d remain · 9 proposals

    Will involve creating an iOS app that will be global. Main design and interface is already completed. Will require developer to turn it into app. Will need to be able to integrate the app into social ...
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  • Android

    This is similar to Google’s attempt in clearing off Play store from many mobile applications commonly termed as ‘ Likewise, there are apps occupying the unnecessary space in the storage device of our smart phone handset that remained inactive for considerable duration of time. Google’s new feature, ‘My apps and games’, empowers users with more organizational control. View the apps instal...

  • Mobile app market

    Yeah and it's another challenge for head hunters - only the best ones will stay in the game

  • Android

    Companies small or big, they all are progressively finding feet for the changing trends of mobile-first and mobile-only. So two basic go-for-this approaches are: - having an in-house development team build the app from scratch versus outsourcing it from specialized service providers. From being a surplus efficient other option to including added time for per dispatch and showcasing endeavors, outs...

  • General

    I'm a web designer, and was either going to pay an app developer to make my clients android/iphone app, or since its based on a simple website, see if I can make the app myself with an app maker. My client would really like to be able to send push notifications, though we'd like to avoid any monthly fees with that (he'd probably be sending less than 100 a month). I've googled "free push notificati...

AppFutura app developers testimonials

  • Andrew Garkavyi – Stanfy
  • Vipin Jain – Konstant Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd.
  • Stephen Ceresia – Freelance
  • Jordi Manuel – LaTroupe Studios
  • Svetlana Platonova – DevExperts
  • Frida Nyvall – Red Onion
  • Sudeep Bhatnagar – Agicent Technologies
  • Anant Singh – Geeky Works

Andrew Garkavyi – Stanfy - United States

AppFutura are renowned mobile development experts encompassing a broad community of over 10,000 developers. It provides a solid platform for many collaborations and partnerships among different app developers and allows for featuring new handy applications for users.

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Vipin Jain – Konstant Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd. - India

Awesome platform for mobile app developers and seekers as it simplifies the process of finding the right person yet maintaining the option of giving a choice to any prospect buyer. Their refining process and personal attention to developers is what makes it stand out in comparison to other platforms.

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Stephen Ceresia – Freelance - Canada/Vietnam

AppFutura gives me access to an international client base that I would otherwise never have the pleasure of connecting with. Besides this, it provides an excellent communication platform, a place to showcase my app development portfolio, and eliminates a lot of the uncertainty in the Project Owner/Developer partnership.

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Jordi Manuel – LaTroupe Studios - Spain

In a globalized sector, having a point of reference to find developers or customers is key, and I think AppFutura fulfills that role. Each month we receive numerous newsletters with app development projects by just having our profile on Appfutura. It is highly recommended.

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Svetlana Platonova – DevExperts - Germany

It’s the first of a kind targeted platform that aims specifically to the mobile app development market. Most other platforms try to cover a broader sector of the IT, trying to reach each and every target group they can. But sometimes focusing on something brings more effect.

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Frida Nyvall – Red Onion - Sweden

AppFutura makes it possible for anyone to find the right developer to make their app vision come to life. As a developer, AppFutura presents me with a smorgasbord of possible projects from all over the world. AppFutura makes it easy to search for and find the possible projects that might be interesting for me and my company.

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Sudeep Bhatnagar – Agicent Technologies - India

Its prime focus is mobile apps and therefore all site and tools are designed pretty customized for mobile app development companies only (and no other stuff), and we love this fact.
Less junk projects: I think most pro-only projects and above are well assisted and scrutinized.

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Anant Singh – Geeky Works - India

I have extensively worked as a Business Development Manager on platforms like Elance and Guru but it seems like things have gone out of hand over there. One business query is sometimes attracting more than 80 business proposals and in situations like these, it gets really hard to differentiate your work and stand out.

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