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TechSuite

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TechSuite developer overview

TechSuite is the software developer for promising startups, innovative enterprises, and ambitious SMBs with no time to waste. We design, develop, and deploy digital products more efficiently than anyone else, ever, and support emerging brands wholeheartedly with lean and flexible offerings to help them scale rapidly. We exist to bring new, disruptive technology and creative solutions to all industries, with the end goal of accelerating innovation. Our mission is to democratize the whole product development process so that the greatest ideas in the world can come to life.

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Samuel Corso is the co-Founder and CEO of TechSuite. The mobile app development company was founded in 2016 by Mitchell Sapoff and himself. It is located in New York, the United States. The mobile app development company has 44 mobile app developers and other IT professionals. Samuel Corso garnered more than 6 years of experience as a recreational hacker and freelance developer prior to starting the company. He worked mainly in web development, working across different verticals for a wide ar...
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Android App Development

We have designed and developed many native Android applications across different verticals for both startups and enterprises. Our diverse team of senior-level engineers bring years of experience in Java. Our speciality is in marketplace, peer to peer (p2p), and on-demand ("Uber for X") applications.

iOS App Development

We have designed and developed many native iOS applications across different verticals for both startups and enterprises. Our diverse team of senior-level engineers bring years of experience in Swift and Objective-C. Our speciality is in marketplace, peer to peer (p2p), and on-demand ("Uber for X") applications.

Cross Platform App Development

We have designed and developed many cross-platform / hybrid iOS and Android applications across different verticals for both startups and enterprises. Our diverse team of senior-level engineers bring years of experience in several hybrid development platforms and frameworks. Our speciality is in marketplace, peer to peer (p2p), and on-demand ("Uber for X") applications.

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TechSuite developer apps

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Eatsy

Eatsy

Utility
Eatsy

Eatsy

iOS

Eatsy is an on-demand logistics platform that delivers food straight to your dorm room.

Problem: How do we appeal to the target segment of college students?

Solution: We analyzed consumer data on visual preferences and decided to gamify the UX, while determining a color palette of red and silver for the UI.

Technology Stack: Photoshop, Swift, Python.

Petly

Petly

Utility
Petly

Petly

iOS

Petly is an IoT-powered doghouse that keeps your canine busy while you grab a coffee, drop off your laundry, or get a haircut.

Problem: How do we validate such an obscure concept?

Solution: We built a prototype that maps out the entire user journey from start to finish.

Success story: Our prototype has landed them into 1776, one of the top accelerators in the country.

BeanThere

BeanThere

Social Networking
BeanThere

BeanThere

iOS

BeanThere is a mobile social network that changes the way foodies dine.

Problem: How do we get app users to actually leave reviews on restaurants?

Solution: We built automatic reviews into the UX (like Tinder) so that users wouldn’t have to go out of their way.

Technology Stack: MEAN (MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, NodeJS).

Hood Food Guide

Hood Food Guide

Social Networking
Hood Food Guide

Hood Food Guide

iOS

Hood Food Guide is an app for on-demand dining advice from top local chefs.

Problem: How do we turn the website’s visitors into daily users?

Solution: We built a native iOS app that fosters habitual dependence and conducted multiple user tests to optimize user retention rates.

MyCampusView

MyCampusView

Utility
MyCampusView

MyCampusView

Android · iOS

MyCampusView is a social safety app for navigating on college campuses.

Problem: How do we make using an app for safety cool?

Solution: We centered the product around its capabilities to show where your friends are and made the safe mapping an added benefit.

Success Story: We built a prototype that has already resulted in verbal agreement of adoption from eight national universities.

InCrowd

InCrowd

Social Networking
InCrowd

InCrowd

iOS

InCrowd is a nightlife app that eliminates the concept of a bad night out by taking the stress out of making plans and turning party goers into party throwers.

Problem: How do we separate the “must-have” features from the “nice-to-haves” to stay within a tight budget?

Solution: We determined the KPIs to look out for and reverse engineered the strategy to ascertain the technical specifications.Technology Stack: Photoshop, Swift, and CodeIgniter.

Spotz

Spotz

Utility
Spotz

Spotz

Android · iOS

Spotz is a gamified on-demand transportation app that simplifies street parking in crowded cities.

Problem: How do we ensure users are immune to unheralded street signs?

Solution: We integrated New York City open data into the app to display accurate, up-to-date street parking signs on the app’s map.

Technology Stack: Photoshop, Swift, Java, LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP).

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    Heydog

    Heydog

    Heydog is a web platform that connects dog owners with sitters and walkers, similar to Rover.com, tailored for Norway.

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