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'corePHP'

245 W Michigan Ave, Battle Creek, MI 49017
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  • Web App Development

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'corePHP' caters to businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations in Lansing and the surrounding areas. It offers custom mobile app development services to help clients meet their employees, prospects, or customers' needs. Its process involves in-depth project planning, comprehensive development, and maintenance and upgrades. The company's other areas of expertise include marketing automation, search engine optimization, and web development. 'corePHP' has been in the business since 2001. Its CEO for technology, Steven Pignataro, is a co-founder of Joomla! Content Management System.

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Marble

2154 Methodist St, Unit 2, Okemos, MI 48864
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  • Web App Development

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Marble is a web solution firm that serves business owners in Lansing and nearby areas. It offers mobile app development solutions for Android and iOS devices, handling UX/UI and system design, content creation, security, and database management. It also provides website design with search engine optimization, e-commerce tools integration, video and photo production, and custom copywriting. Marble was founded in 2017 by Nick Mikelsavage and Sam Cawood, who have been in the industry for several years.

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THiNC.

333 Albert Avenue Suite 600, East Lansing, MI 48823
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THiNC. is a software development firm that helps Lansing businesses solve problems using mobile application technology. Its team plans strategies, creates models and prototypes, and launches apps on Android and iOS. The team builds minimal viable products and full iteration app development for e-commerce, communication, music, safety, and education. THiNC. is a veteran-owned business that has produced apps such as Thumb Tied, Validu, and Aural Brook. Craig Tucker, its CEO, has an MA in Telecommunications, Information Science, and Media degree.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What was the first mobile app made?

The 1994 IBM Simon included several utilities, like Sketchpad and Calendar, which some consider among the first apps. In 1997, the Nokia 6110 came with the simple arcade game Snake. The first-generation iPod, released in 2001, had some early apps too. It came with the games Brick and Solitaire installed.

What kind of apps make money?

A well-monetized app can generate sizable profits for developers. Some types of apps are more popular and profitable than others. These include:

  • Mobile games: Players can spend big on extra lives, cheats, and other bonuses.
  • Dating apps: Subscription fees and ads pull in cash.
  • Streaming apps: Users can pay a weekly or monthly charge to access dynamic video and music content.
  • Health apps: Fitness trackers and apps for meditation, workout plans, and calorie counters are very popular. Apps can charge a one-time fee or use a subscription model.
  • Social media apps: These can be monetized by showing users ads.

How do you make an app look professional?

Developers use a method called wireframing to strategically place elements on each page of an app. Wireframing software lets developers experiment with color choice, menu styles, and button positioning, which contribute to how professional the app looks and feels. Every page should flow sensibly from one to the next. Font and text size are important too as the wrong style can give a poor impression and make the app seem amateurish.

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