Mobile applications

We create dedicated mobile applications that improve Your business and give You an advantage over the competition. Dedicated mobile applications are tailor-made solutions that meet the specific needs of Your business. Unlike off-the-shelf apps, they offer full personalization and functionality tailored to Your specific requirements or the needs of Your customers.

Why is it worth investing in dedicated mobile apps?
  • They increase work efficiency and productivity
  • They automate processes and eliminate time-consuming tasks
  • They improve team communication and collaboration
  • They improve customer service and build loyalty
  • They strengthen the company's image and give it a competitive advantage
Technology stack

At Yellows, we do not limit ourselves to web solutions - we also create innovative Client's preferences and needs. The first option is the development of native applications using Swift (for iOS) and Kotlin (for Android) languages, ensuring full integration with the operating system and optimal performance. Alternatively, we propose using cross-platform technologies, such as React Native, which allows for the simultaneous delivery of applications to different platforms while maintaining a single source code and flexibility in adapting to changing market requirements.

Nasi eksperci oferują różnorodne podejścia do tworzenia aplikacji mobilnych, zależnie od preferencji i potrzeb Klienta. Pierwsza opcja to rozwój aplikacji natywnych przy użyciu języków Swift (dla iOS) i Kotlin (dla Androida), zapewniając pełną integrację z systemem operacyjnym i optymalną wydajność. Alternatywnie, proponujemy korzystanie z technologii cross-platformowych, takich jak React Native, co pozwala na jednoczesne dostarczenie aplikacji na różne platformy przy zachowaniu jednego kodu źródłowego i elastyczności w dostosowaniu się do zmieniających się wymagań rynkowych.

Agile - a flexible work model

We use the Agile methodology, which ensures flexibility and efficiency in project execution. Agile is a flexible project management method that allows for rapid adaptation to changing needs and priorities. As a result, projects carried out in this model are more efficient and meet real business needs.

  • Agile Continuous integration and testing
  • Agile Early delivery of working features
  • Agile Ability to continuously modify assumptions
  • Agile Improved communication with the Client
Settlement models

We offer two settlement models

Fixed Price
  • Cost predictability
  • Clearly defined scope of work
  • Defined deadlines
  • Higher project cost
  • Time-consuming preparation of the project launch
  • Reduced flexibility for changes
Time and Material
  • Flexibility to change
  • Cost transparency
  • Quick project start
  • Difficulty in estimating final costs
  • Client involvement throughout the entire project period
  • Uncertainty about the time frame
How we work

Understanding and analyzing needs

At this stage, we discuss Your business needs and goals in detail.


Free consultation with an experienced specialist

Our expert will advise You on the best solutions for Your business.



We prepare an individual offer tailored to Your needs.


Kickoff meeeting

After accepting the offer, we will discuss the project plan in detail.


Project start

We start the project in accordance with the agreed plan.

We invite You to read our articles in the Blog section!

There you will find a lot of valuable information about creating and using dedicated mobile applications.

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