Best Mobile App Developers in Bloomington

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Design Center, Inc.

2040 Saint Clair Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55105
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  • Web App Development

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Design Center, Inc., is a technology firm established in 1969. It offers iOS and Android app development to clients in Bloomington. With a focus on UX, it lays out proposed app components on Experience Maps to identify functionalities to be developed. The company also conducts market research and interviews with users and stakeholders. Design Center is the creator of AppKits, a proprietary application control system. Its past projects include a mobile sales platform for BASF and a visual CPQ for configuring The Home Depot’s products.

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DKS

8401 Wayzata Blvd, Ste. 220, Minneapolis, MN 55426
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  • Platform Development

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DKS is a Minneapolis-based company that works with businesses and non-profit organizations throughout Bloomington. It offers mobile app development services for clients seeking to reach users of iOS and Android-powered devices. The company builds apps that access multiple smartphone components, including cameras and GPS sensors. It has experience creating software that ties shipping tools and marketing platforms together. DKS is a certified Minority-owned Business Enterprise. Colin Dockry, its CEO, holds a bachelor's degree in computer science.

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E Virtual Services

12800 Whitewater Drive, Minnetonka, MN 55343
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E Virtual Services is a virtual assistant company that caters to clients ranging from small- to large-sized businesses in and around Bloomington. It offers mobile app development services to enable clients to increase overall profitability and connect with their target audiences. The agency designs and builds applications that may be accessed on Windows, iOS, and Android devices. It also provides internet marketing, data entry, and translation services. E Virtual Services has been in the industry for over a decade.

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LuminFire

155 East River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55421
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  • Web App Development

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LuminFire offers technology solutions to businesses throughout Bloomington. It develops mobile applications for iOS and Android to help clients connect with their customers. Its specialists determine customers' goals, build a custom solution, make a prototype and install the application in their environment, carry out testing and enhancements, incorporate the finished solution into their current systems, and put the live system into operation. The company has worked with Nelson Wood Shims and Iverson Reuvers Attorneys. Its CEO, Tim Cimbura, is a FileMaker certified developer.

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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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