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Appinventiv is an ISO certified mobile app development company with global presence in US, Europe & APAC. Our passion is to help brands and small scale enterprises prepare for a future dominated by mobile apps.

★ We stand tall among all the mobile app development companies for deploying over 200 apps in which some of them are nexGTv, Gullak, UCLA and Kmart, which have managed to earn million downloads.

★ Backed by a team of 250+ talented experts, we offer engaging and high-performance a... View full description

Appinventiv is an ISO certified mobile app development company with global presence in US, Europe & APAC. Our passion is to help brands and small scale enterprises prepare for a future dominated by mobile apps.

★ We stand tall among all the mobile app development companies for deploying over 200 apps in which some of them are nexGTv, Gullak, UCLA and Kmart, which have managed to earn million downloads.

★ Backed by a team of 250+ talented experts, we offer engaging and high-performance apps for several business verticals at competitive rates

★ Till date, our unbeatable app development team has worked with startups, renowned firms and individuals to develop addictive apps

★ We believe in working for you and with you, this way we help you in improving your revenue

★ We are equipped with required tools and techniques, thus we build apps faster which can save your time.

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  • iPhone
  • Android
  • iOS
  • iPad
  • Wearables
  • UI/UX
  • Social
  • PHP
  • Tablet
  • GeoLocation

AppInventiv developer interview

AppInventiv developer interview

Prateek Saxena is the Managing Director of AppInventiv. This top mobile app development company was founded in 2015 by himself, Sudeep Srivastava, Peeyush Singh and Dileep Gupta. The company is located in Noida, India. The mobile app development company employs more than 150 mobile app developers and IT professionals. Prateek Saxena is a visionary technologist and a passionate IT professional. His pursuit of passion lies in establishing lo...
Published on Jan 18, 2017
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AppInventiv developer reviews

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  • ios gift giving app
    Client: Budget: $5,000 – $10,000 (USD)

    Barcode scanning/price comparison, ability for users to add the scanned gifts to personal profiles and specific wishlists, user profiles, general newsfeed, search bar to find other users and gifts

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    Interviewed by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateJun 22, 2017

    INTERVIEWED BY APPFUTURA ON JUN 22, 2017

    Introduce yourself and your business.

    My name is Michael Kimura. I founded and run Gftr App. Gftr is basically an aggregated mobile registry. It aggregates products for a number of different stores so that wen people looks for registries they are all on the same spot.

    What was your project about?

    It was the initial development of the app. I was looking to get my idea off the ground and turning it into something tangible. It was just the initial build.

    What was the scope you assigned to AppInventiv?

    The scope was a full stack scope. They did everything from wireframing to UI/UX and everything like that. I went to them with an idea of what I wanted, some sketches of the UI and main functionalities. They essentially turned it into the actual app.

    How did you meet AppInventiv. What led you to hiring them over the other candidates?

    I found them through AppFutura.

    I posted the project and got a ton of different proposals. I had a Project Manager who went through the proposals and shortlisted about 5 or 6 of them. From there, I held interviews and multiple sessions with each company to see how their expertise lined up with what I was trying to do.

    I felt AppInventiv was the best blend from a cost and expertise perspective.

    How was their project management?

    It was great. To be honest, it was one of my first experiences doing this kind of thing. There were bumps on the road for both sides. Had I had a little more experience, I feel some of them could have definitely been avoided.

    Overall, I am very happy with Appinventiv. We still have a working relationship and have talked about future projects together.

    Was the budget and the time as agreed on? Were there any surprises?

    There were a couple of things that went a little bit over, but it was partially my fault too. I wasn’t completely thorough in my initial scope, so I hold nothing against them.

    It was a learning process for myself too. Do I think it was completely fair? Yeah, I do!

    Was their expertise as you expected? Did they require any training?

    They were very proactive and did some initial research on their side as well to find the best tools and APIs. I also shared my own perspective and they would consider it to eventually get to the best way to develop things.

    What would you say is the best about AppInventiv?

    They were very upfront about everything. Their transparency was great. I don’t have to monitor the number of hours they put it. We agreed on the scope and the price, and that is what needed to be done.

    If I ever want an update from them, they always reply, which is nice. Even being in a different time-zone, we always make an effort to connect.

    Any areas you feel AppInventiv could improve on?

    The only thing would be that a couple times during the project the people I was working with changed because they were on leave or left the company. So it would take a little while to take the project up to speed again. However, I understand that aspect of business. It happens.

    What else are you working on with AppInventiv?

    I have done a couple of updates on the app. We are now working on a website version for it.

    Anything else you would like to add?

    My experience with them has been great so far. I am still working with them, so I hope it continues the same!

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  • Image sharing iphone App
    Client: Budget: $15,000 – $20,000 (USD)

    We are looking for experienced team of mobile developers to develop an iPhone and iPad app for us. Android will be developed in next phase. App would be based upon image sharing concept similar to Instagram. We have basic concept ready and are looking for a team who can design and develop it. Developer need to sign NDA and should possess excellent English skills.

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    Interviewed by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateJun 20, 2017

    INTERVIEWED BY APPFUTURA ON JUN 20, 2017

    Introduce yourself and your business.

    David Anderson, I run Sherpapps. For a few years now, my wife and I have been building mobile apps using various contractors. I have been in tech for 27 years, so quite a long time.

    I am self-funded. We own and run medical spa - we do botox and cosmetic procedures. This is actually what funds my tech ventures. I am constantly working in future ideas.

    What was your project about?

    This app is part of a larger strategy to combine a number of popular apps into one. This will then serve one vertical which is girls/female audience.

    As far as the photo sharing Instagram-like app, it is actually part of a larger project called “Pynk”, a messaging platform just for girls. It is focused on girls, primarily for security reasons. A place for girls to be able to chat with their girl friends without the interference of the male factor.

    This is just the start of building app that platform. We will be adding other things to it in the future.

    In summary, the project was about replicating Instagram: take and edit photos, some messaging featured and sharing and social aspect. It was about replicating some of the functionality of Instagram focused on the female audience.

    What was the scope you assigned to AppInventiv?

    They did everything we needed. Because I have been in software for a long time, I usually do initial wireframe sketches and some amount of actual wireframing. Even building my own prototype.

    In the case of Appinventiv, they were able to pick up and take on a lot of that pre-planning. I just gave them wireframe sketches and they took it from there. They then proceeded to design and code the app.

    You met AppInventiv on AppFutura. What led you to hiring them over the other candidates?

    I have developed my own intuitive sense over the years just looking at the proposals that come in, doing a quick scan and seeing how long they have been in business and the work they have done.

    My project was just an initial phase. It had enough complexity to figure out who to work with in the long run. I did my due diligence and narrowed the list to a few. There were different candidates being considered but I eventually had to go with my gut as well.

    It does not always turn out well, but in the case of AppInventiv, it did.

    How was their project management?

    Excellent. I had a reference app (Instagram), not so much a full spec for the project. They did a great job on the project management side from listing all functionalities needed and then on to the actual work.

    Even when working with local developers, there is always communication gaps. That is always the challenge in any offshoring project. It was a challenge at first, but they did a great job to clarify we were all in the same page. Whenever there was a gap in communication, they would always take responsibility and rectify it so we could move forward. That is a huge thing.

    Was the budget and the time as agreed on? Were there any surprises?

    There were no surprises. I always take responsibility for things taking longer than projected because I went in with more of an open than predefined project.

    To me, that is how development works. You have an idea and a spec, but it rarely stays on that spec. I didn’t try to stick to a timeframe and they kept it within the budget, even though the budget went over. They did not charge me extra.

    Was their expertise as you expected? Did they require any training?

    No training. Most bugs were resolved within 24 hours, which was really nice. There was some more complex things that sometimes went longer, but nothing was out of line.

    The only thing that would be nice, not just AppInventiv but everyone, would be for this companies to have a better built-in QA. I ended up doing more of that that I’d like.

    What would you say is the best about AppInventiv?

    They were open, honest and transparent. They accepted responsibility, even when it wasn’t necessarily their fault.

    If I had to narrow it down to one thing, I would say their willingness to make me happy as a client.

    Any areas you feel AppInventiv could improve on?

    It’s always communication. It was not about getting back to me, but just something that happens when having communication abroad. There are always language barriers.

    You have had a good experience with an Indian company. What would you say to people that are weary to work with companies in India based on negative feedback they have received?

    I feel that a lot of times it is more about the inexperience of the person hiring them. I have been doing this for a long time. I have worked with developers in the US with whom you can’t get things done either.

    If someone had a bad experience in India and a good experience in Russia, then go hire a Russian developer.

    However, if you have your first experience with an Indian developer and it was actually your first outsourcing at all, nobody wants to hear this, but you might need to get educated to be able be successful in it.

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  • Project TimeKeeper
    Client: Budget: $15,000 – $20,000 (USD)

    Multi language support.
    Member profile system, review system, friend system, pull in friends from external social media sites, facebook & google, message posting system with photo attachments , chat room system, search system to find postings, geo location tracking/ logging, real-time data points viewable on map, credit card processing system to accept donations, transaction history to review postings. A widget.

    Developed through AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMay 15, 2017
  • social travel app - roammate
    Client: Budget: $15,000 – $20,000 (USD)

    We are creating a mobile app to help travellers to safely connect and make plans with likeminded travellers nearby by using a location-based user-generated events platform that acts as a social network. As we are looking to build our mvp, the main features are sign in, on boarding, browse events, create events, search locations and users, user profiles, user references, messaging, and notifications. We also want to build a reliable admin portal. We've selected iPhone as our platform but we are also hoping to develop for android smartphones as well.

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    Interviewed by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMar 03, 2017

    INTERVIEWED BY APPFUTURA ON MAR 31, 2017

    Could you introduce yourself and your company?

    My name is Hannah Ryan. I am the co-Founder of Roammate Inc. We built a travel app to help travelers connect and make plans together. It was a micro-events platform that also had messages, notifications and profiles.

    Could you explain the scope of the project you hired AppInventiv for?

    They have been designers as well, but we had our own designers for the most part. For us the scope of work was taking our already finished designs, screenshots and user flows and coding them for both iOS and Android. They did that on Swift and Java. They just did the coding first, but also created user flows and designs for some components.

    You met Appinventiv through AppFutura. What lead you to hire them?

    They were rated highly in the development companies list that bid for our project. They also gave us a good quote price-wise and in terms of time. In the end, we were down to a handful who also gave us good quotes and had good reviews, so we had interviews with a few and Appinventiv just stood out. They had the right answers and they showed us a lot of their old apps. We thought that they probably had a lot of what we needed in their app library. They seemed like the right fit.

    How was their Project Management?

    The person who they had as their Project Manager, my most direct person of contact was incredible. Her name was Kriti and she was very, very good. She always asked all the right questions. If I was explaining something she would always find any loophole in what I was saying so everything was perfectly clear in all possible scenarios.

    She had a good understanding and she made sure to not go ahead with anything until she had that understanding, even if it meant asking me a few times. I have learned this is a rare quality for some reason. She was fantastic.

    Was the time and budget for the project as expected?

    There were definitely issues with time. That was probably our biggest issue.

    We ended up implementing a lot of changes. I appreciate that they were very flexible with us about this. They were also very active with suggestions as well, so if we gave them certain features, they were very fair to us and didn't just do it, but actually recommended the right way to do it.

    So they were very flexible even if they were not charging us for all those changes. But in the end that did make it a bigger project and it was not launched when it was quoted for. It was alright, but I think it still took too long.

    We arranged an upfront agreement of costs and they never expected more money for them running overtime. I believe they definitely worked full time on our project, but they just misquoted how long it would take.

    Did AppInventiv require any training or guidance for any part of the project?

    One thing is that we had wanted all along to use Firebase as our back-end. This is something that they were unfamiliar with, they hadn't built on Firebase back-end before.

    I think from both sides we all thought that it wouldn't be too tough to figure out, but in the end that's probably what made everything run longer. Quite often there was back and forth about certain issues because of that. That was the only thing.

    What would you say is the best of AppInventiv?

    The first thing that comes to my mind is definitely flexibility. They were willing to work with us and make suggestions.

    My biggest fear going into this, working with an overseas development house, was that every little change would require to put in a change request, wait for the sales department, have extra costs... I thought flexibility was going to be an issue, but it wasn't at all. They were more than happy to implement changes as soon as they could.

    What do you think they can improve on?

    Estimating how long a project will take them. That's definitely it.

    As an example, in the end, they actually ended up doing our landing page for free – taking a thousand dollars off the total cost of the project. We gave them complete designs and only required coding. They estimated it would take them 3 days, but it ended up taking about two weeks.

    I think they misquoted things in an attempt to make me happy, but if they were more realistic on time, that would not make me unhappy.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    We are very happy with our final product. We just finished and they offer a 120-day guarantee after the launch. I must say they haven't slowed down.

    There's always bugs and glitches at the beginning when launching a product and they continue to be quick and eager to help to make sure the next version is in good shape. I am happy that they are keeping their word and working closely with us even though, to be completely honest, they don't have an incentive to do so.

    In the end I am happy and appreciative of them.

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  • Property agent mobile app for iOS and Android
    Client: Budget: $10,000 – $15,000 (USD)

    An app for property agents to set and view appointments with other agents.

    Example: Agent A has an apartment for rent at 123 Some Street. Agent B has a client who may be interested in this apartment, so he sends a chat message to Agent A with the time he would like to come view it. When confirmed, it is added to each agent's in-app calendar.

    FEATURES:
    - Chat messaging (with photo upload)
    - iOS/Android
    - Location services with map filtering by date, location
    - Calendar
    - Search
    - Push notification services
    - Login via Facebook/Email
    - CMS
    - Agent user data via local database (provided as Excel file)

    Wireframes and visual design already completed along with full project specification document (to be provided to potential candidates).

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    Interviewed by AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateMar 21, 2017

    INTERVIEWED BY APPFUTURA ON MAR 21, 2017

    Could you present yourself and your business?

    I'm an Account Manager - and former app developer - for a digital agency based in Singapore.

    What were your app development needs?

    I needed a mobile app that allows local property agents to connect, and share each others' leads to increase sales.

    To what extend was AppInventiv involved in the scope of this project?

    AppInventiv was responsible for the development of the iOS and Android mobile apps, as well as the CMS and web service.

    How did you meet the AppInventiv team and what led you to hiring them?

    I met AppInventiv through the AppFutura platform. I contacted them because they had a very good reputation, and experience developing similar applications to what we were looking for to develop.

    How was their project management?

    AppInventiv provided good, and very professional project management.

    Was the time and the budget spent the same you initially agreed on with AppInventiv?

    Yes, the AppInventiv team was very thorough and the project was completed on time and within budget.

    Did you find AppInventiv had expertise up to what you expected? Did they require any kind of training from your end to understand your product?

    The project was quite complex, and they made sure to follow up frequently to ensure they understood it clearly, despite lack of a thorough spec.

    Could you highlight the best things of AppInventiv?

    Frequent, reliable communication, status updates, and clear milestones.

    Is there anything you believe AppInventiv could improve on?

    Attention to detail could be improved, as well as more suggestions on the better way to implement various features. QA could also use some improvement, but the AppInventiv team was always happy to fix any issues we encountered in a timely manner.

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  • Medical plant directory.
    Client: Budget: more than $25,000 (USD)

    The Cannabis Directory project’s promise to the exciting medical marijuana space encompasses a couple of urgent needs that remain unmet by current directory listing services: true, real-time product availability and, as a method to not only bring in new users but to keep them, accurate product information, clear reviews and educational resources so patients know more about what they may need.
    There are various value added features as well that are crucial to bring to market as a part of the M... View full description

    The Cannabis Directory project’s promise to the exciting medical marijuana space encompasses a couple of urgent needs that remain unmet by current directory listing services: true, real-time product availability and, as a method to not only bring in new users but to keep them, accurate product information, clear reviews and educational resources so patients know more about what they may need.
    There are various value added features as well that are crucial to bring to market as a part of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Features such as: messaging and favoriting to build connections between dispensaries and their vendors; an intuitive and fast interface to keep all users happy and engaged; a robust notification feature to keep patients informed so they’re more likely to use the application regularly; and the inclusion of employees at dispensaries and even vendors so they can build their own reputation and bring more users in the door.
    The build of this timely platform includes a multi-faceted feature set intended to address functionality central to the success of the application for each different user type. The challenge of this application surrounds creating a clean, streamlined interface catering to easy product updates for vendors and dispensaries and quick product accessibility for patients and end users. Hide full description

    Developed through AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateSep 19, 2017
  • Beacon based Car parking Application
    Client: Budget: $5,000 – $10,000 (USD)

    Beacon app that shows user where open parking spaces are right now. User can also check the facilities offered including car washing, available coupon codes, history of previous car parking, current parking updates, profile manage and many more, at the same time.

    Developed through AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateNov 18, 2016
  • Aussie Video Streaming App
    Client: Budget: $5,000 – $10,000 (AUD)

    This app is down loaded by customers and video streams to our call center - so we can assess their needs. This one way Skype with two way voice and recording into a PC.
    Needs to run on both IOS and Android platforms. See attached PDF

    Developed through AppFutura
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  • Need Future addition and Maintenance for Gullak
    Client: Budget: $2,500 - $5,000 (USD)

    Need to further enhance the features of Gullak application where users will be able to split the bills with there friends and family.

    Also need users to borrow any amount of money from other users and enhance all the existing features.

    Developed through AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateJun 30, 2016
  • Project Automation
    Client: Budget: $10,000 – $15,000 (USD)

    Looking to automate auto access functions

    Developed through AppFutura
    5/5
    • Expertise
    • Communication
    • On budget
    • Recommended
    • Review dateApr 28, 2016

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AppInventiv developer team

  • Prateek Saxena
    • Prateek Saxena
    • CEO/Director
  • Sudeep Srivastav
    • Sudeep Srivastav
    • CEO/Director
  • Peeyush Singh
    • Peeyush Singh
    • CEO/Director
  • Dileep Gupta
    • Dileep Gupta
    • CEO/Director
  • Shrikant Srivastava
    • Shrikant Srivastava
    • Technical/Engineering
  • Avinash Sharma
    • Avinash Sharma
    • Technical/Engineering

AppInventiv developer certificates

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  • ISO 9001:2008ISO 9001:2008
  • AdobeAdobe
  • AndroidAndroid
  • IOSIOS
  • Microsoft Certified PartnersMicrosoft Certified Partners
  • OracleOracle

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  • Suggestion for data storage for app?iOS

    AppInventiv: if you are still feeling that something is missing which you are not measuring while doing your research, you can check this update. this will give a view towards your brainstorming . Check this http://bit.ly/2ysjZhe
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