Why Cross-Platform App Development?

Affordable

Go limitless with a limited budget. Cross-platform app development lets you build a single app compatible with all platforms, saving you more money and resources.

Reusable code

Cross-platform development deploys reusable code that lets you maintain and update your app seamlessly.

Faster Development

Cut down your time to market with cross-platform development and launch your product faster.

Faster Market Exposure

With a cross-platform app, you can reach your target market spread across different platforms in record time for maximum exposure & scale faster.

Easy Cloud Integration

Cross-platform apps facilitate easy cloud integration and take full advantage of different plugins.

Our Cross-platform App Development Services

Why Choose Us for Your
Cross-Platform App Development?

People like you count on us on their idea-to-product journey. Here’s why they put their trust in us.

Entrepreneur-friendly
approach

Seasoned in-house developers,
analysts and project managers

Agile cross-platform app
development strategy

Proven track record in faster
cross-platform app delivery

Super-affordable
development cost

Latest technology

Transparent
development process

Foolproof & precise
quality testing

Expansive clientele
across the globe

200+ team members

We have expertise in every major & emerging cross-platform development technology

React Native

React Native is an open-source framework for cross-platform development created by Meta Platforms Inc and is used by top brands such as Airbnb, Facebook & Instagram.

Flutter

Developed by Google, Flutter is an open-source framework that lets you build high-performing native apps using a single codebase and it powers apps like Google Ads. It functions quicker, which reduces your development time & cost.

NativeScript

NativScript, developed by Progress, is an open-source framework that offers splendid cross-technology compatibility for developing apps for Android and iOS.

Ionic

Ionic is a free open-source UI framework used to create immersive app experiences for Android, iOS and Windows users with minimal code & resources.

Cross-platform app
Development Process at NeoITO

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Project Analysis

  • We analyze the details of your project
  • Define the terms and conditions
  • Finalize the pricing
  • Sign the NDA
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Project Scoping

  • Define the scope of the project
  • Tech analysis of the project
  • Define the tech to be used for your app
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Development sprint

  • The actual development of your app
  • The project is divided into sprints
  • Development server is deployed at this stage
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UI/UX Design

  • UX/UI research
  • Create the wireframe of your web app
  • Create UI design that aligns with the app requirements
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QA Testing

  • Regressive testing to spot bugs
  • Testing carried out to check every aspect of your web app
  • Usability testing
  • Compliance & security testing
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Feedback & Implementation

  • The feedback from testing is noted
  • The development team fixes bugs
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Maintenance

  • Handling servers
  • Server updates
  • Bug fixing
  • Managing updates
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Deployment

  • The app is deployed to the production server
  • The product is made available to end users
  • Records user response for further improvements
  • Maintenance plan is designed

We build customized cross-platform apps to solve
the pain points of every major industry

You can count on us!

Take a look at what our expert web app development team offers you.

Engagement models

Dedicated team

time & material

fixed-price

Size of project Large Medium to large Small
Duration Long Average to long Short and average
Client’s control High Medium Low
Budget Highly flexible Moderately flexible Fixed
Change Requests Possible during project implementation Possible during project implementation Possible after project completion
Time-frames Estimated Incremental Predefined
Team scalability Moderate High Low
Dedicated Resources Retained month on month Released after scope of work Assigned
Requirements Evolving Evolving Defined