How much does it cost to hire a Magic App developer?
When it comes to hiring a mobile App developer at The Fraternity, there are two major things that matter including what is your budget and how much do you want to charge. No matter whether you want to develop from scratch or need to upgrade the existing App with the latest features, you need a pro mobile App developer with the appropriate skills and knowledge to complete the particular project with perfection. This is why The Fraternity is a great choice for you.
How much does it cost to develop a Magic App?
Undoubtedly, the development cost of the App is one of the most common yet pressing questions for any magician wanting to release their ideas, but there is no online calculator that can reveal the exact cost of the App development. However, a realistic way to determine how much a Magic App costs you in reality, is to look at the ideal Magic applications in the Magic community.
Find the App that closely resembles your goal, understands its features, functionality, complexity, business model, tech stack and other things to determine the estimated cost to develop a similar App.
The average cost of hiring iOS App developers is different in various regions but keep in mind that the per hour cost of the developer is depending upon the experience and skill level of the developer.
Generally, the App development cost is starting from $5,000 to $20,000 with basic functionalities and the cost can go to any expensive price depending upon the features and functionalities you choose to integrate into the App.
At The Faternity we understand that this is a niche market so we have very resonable rates in comparison to that of Apps built for the general population.
How can I trust that my App idea will not be copied if I ask for a quote and decide not to proceed?
At The Fraternity we pride ourselves on not copying others ideas and only releasing oour own unique App ideas and you can be assured that we will keep your idea strictly confidential.
What do I need to do to get a quote?
Things you need to do and understand before contacting The Fraternity for a quote is to prepare your App idea so that you have the following things in place.
*Clear explanation of effect.
*Clear explanation of how to achieve the effect.
*A rough drawing of the screens that you want in your App.
*A diagram showing how your App should navigate from screen to screen.
*A Colour scheme (3-4 colours is following the design rules ).
*Know that you will be working on the App too.
What is expected of me when we start my project?
You will be required to do a number of things during the development of your App.
*Purchase a developer account. ($99)
*Be contactable on a daily basis.
*Provide all content we need for the App.
*Write or record all instructions for the App.
*Test the App constatly for bugs.
*Create a Facebook Beta Group page.
How do I get paid for my magic App?
You will be required to purchase developer accounts for the relevant platform.
*iPhone (iOS Developer Account - $99)
Apple will pay you on a monthly basis.
*Android (Google Play Store Account - $25)
Google Play Store will pay you on a monthly basis.
*WebApp (You will need to pay for URL and Server)
You will need to set up your own payment methods (Paypal)
How can I pay for Magic App development?
We have a number of ways to suit your budget.
*Pay for the development in full (Recommended).
We advidse to pay in full as this will secure your App development and be pushed to (TOP PRIORITY).
*Pay 50% on start of project then 50% on the week before release.
*Monthly installments (Spread over 3 months).
Slow release. (LOW PRIORITY)
*Percentage deal (Qualified only)
Known creators with high succes rate can apply.
iOS, Android or WebApp?
Mobile apps are built for a specific platform, such as iOS for the Apple iPhone or Android for a Samsung device. They are downloaded and installed via an app store and have access to system resources, such as GPS and the camera function. Mobile apps live and run on the device itself. iUnlock Pro, WikiTest, PeekSmit, AUGURE2.0 and Magicall Pro are some examples of popular mobile magic apps.
Web apps, on the other hand, are accessed via the internet browser and will adapt to whichever device you’re viewing them on. They are not native to a particular system and don’t need to be downloaded or installed. Due to their responsive nature, they do indeed look and function a lot like mobile apps — and this is where the confusion arises.
While the designs are similar and follow the same fonts and color scheme, these are essentially two different products.
Web apps need an active internet connection in order to run, whereas mobile apps may work offline. Mobile apps have the advantage of being faster and more efficient, but they do require the user to regularly download updates. Web apps will update themselves.
Above all, mobile apps and web apps are designed and built very differently.