Develop an application (Per hour rate)

$10
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Delivery in
5 days

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What you get with this Offer

Got a fantastic application idea? Need to push your business further? We're here to help! With a demonstrated reputation of achievement, we can transform your ideas into the real world.

$10 is per hour cost.
Cost of app development = number of hours * 10.

Experience:

My name is Dhruv, I'm from India. I've been creating iOS/Android Applications monetarily and actually for over 3+ years. I demand you to please check my PeoplePerHour profile once, having great evaluations and surveys from overall customers. It is mirroring my picture of work devotion and quality code to convey the work inside time allotment.

I'm knowledgeable about server-side languages as well. So writing/connecting APIs is more than conceivable.

iOS/Android Application Hosting (discretionary):

With this hourly, we will also publish your application to your PlayStore/AppStore account. For that, you need to buy your account for a particular store. You will get the source code after the development is done.

Development procedure:

1: You send us your thought

2: We storyboard it (on the off chance that you haven't as of now)

3: We mock up the application

4: Add in the functionalities

5: Testing

6: Install build application to your device for final approval

7: Submit to the PlayStore/AppStore if needed.

Note:

In the development process, we will give you build after every phase of the application.

Terms:

After looking into your spreadsheet and have agreed to continue, any additional features are paid. This does exclude bug fixes.

Get more with Offer Add-ons

  • I can provide back-end API development

    Additional 5 working days

    +$200
  • I can design in whole app

    Additional 5 working days

    +$100
  • I can create admin panel of the application

    Additional 5 working days

    +$300
  • I can deliver all work in 1 working day
    +$100

What the Freelancer needs to start the work

We need wireframes, description or reference of the app to start the application development.