Reduce your time-to-market and reach your audience wherever they are with Flutter. We are a UK Flutter app development agency, working with ambitious leaders to modernise their customer experience.
Flutter enables organisations to offer customers a fast and fluid digital experience on all platforms, and is used by BMW, Sony and Toyota.
Flutter is a relative newcomer to the app development world, launched by Google in 2018. The question is, should you use it?
From a business perspective, there are some advantages and disadvantages. Let's start with the pros.
If you build with Flutter, there is a good chance a single developer can work on one app, which will then run on iOS and Android. This means you can reach a wider audience with less work. There are other frameworks that do this, such as Xamarine, React Native and native iOS and Android development
So you are likely to see time-to-market and cost benefits if using Flutter. I would take this with a pinch of salt though. This is because there are so many factors that influence the cost and success of a mobile app development project. Flutter can help reduce cost by up to 30%, but don't make this your sole deciding factor for chosing the technology.
Another reason to use Flutter is that it has a bold vision to offer an excellent user experience. On top of that, a single Flutter app can be designed to run on phones, desktop and even embedded touchscreens - like those in your car.
Now for the downsides. Flutter can be abused, meaning that you can build things that don't feel like apps. So it's important to pick an app development company that also understands native mobile.
You'll quickly realise that we're not here to just build "another app". What gets us out of bed is making an impact, creating software that people appreciate, and helping your organisation get meaningful outcomes.
"It's easy to say it, but our true goal is to create long-term win-win partnerships with our clients. We want everyone around the table to be motivated to get the best results possible."
Lee, Head of Customer Partnerships