We have a team of experienced iOS app developers focused solely on crafting native iOS applications. With this experience comes a deep knowledge of iOS and the entire Apple ecosystem and a proven ability to continually deliver successful iOS apps to our customers. We care deeply about the products we create and this drives us to continually learn and understand more about the operating system and devices we build for. From low level system underpinnings to the latest user facing features and interaction idioms our iOS app development team has the expertise to ensure your app can deliver on your business goals while delighting your customers."
To bring the best experience to your users your app needs to adhere to the highest technical standards as well as meeting user needs. Our app developers work with our UX & Product Design team to ensure that your app is effective, efficient and satisfying.
"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
- Steve Jobs
iOS is considered by many to be the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. iOS ships with powerful functionality that our app developers can leverage to create incredible experiences for your customers.
iOS provides unrivalled security to keep your users safe.
iOS Apps take advantage of Apple's powerful hardware providing a superior experience.
Apple's app store has a strict approval process. Having a presence in the App store assures your customers that your apps are of a high quality.
When it comes to monetisation of Apps, Apple is King. Apple users are more likely to pay for an app and spend more on apps than Android users.
Your users expect a seamless experience with your brand. To cater for this we build apps for Apple's suite of devices including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV.
ARKit is the biggest AR platform in the world. It blends digital objects and information with the environment around you, taking apps beyond the screen. It allows your users to interact with the real world in completely new ways. Our expertise in iOS allows us to develop rich augmented reality experiences for iOS devices.
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Apple held its annual developer conference, WWDC, in San Jose from June 3rd to 7th. We didn't win the ticket lottery this year but that hasn't stopped us getting stuck in to all the new developments. There was too much announced to mention everything in one article so here are my biggest takeaways from this year's event.
One way to gain feedback from your users is as to ask for it through app notifications. We look at some issues to consider when designing and developing review notifications for your iOS or Android app.
Sometimes you have to make your own animations. We’ll take you through how to create a custom animation to help users in the onboarding process.
This month, Jessica Conway, Senior Software Developer, shares some of her favourite finds from the past few weeks.
How to use spatial audio in your app to create engaging sound that tells a user about their environment
On July 4 - 5 2018 the first edition of Swift Island took place in Texel, The Netherlands. Marino Software were so nice to send me back home to attend this conference.
A Google I/O ’18 talks that really struck a chord with us was on the topic of release management, and the benefits of a shorter release cycle.
We are very excited we are attending WWDC 2018 in San Jose this week. We will be keeping you posted on all things #WWDC18. Don't miss out!
WWDC week is almost here and with the rumour mill unusually quiet we're getting excited for what might be unveiled. Here's what we're hoping for at Marino Software.
You might be wondering how many previous versions of the OS should your software support? Supporting very old mobile app OS versions can be problematic and expensive. We will show you that less is definitely more.
How to prototype an AR experience that works in the real world and solves a real problem.
Practical tips on using storyboards in large iOS projects
What you need to know: a guide for app producers (updated January ‘18)
Our team talks about top trends, technologies and processes we are looking forward to working on this year. It’s meant to be an exciting 2018 working on...
Making self-care and phone upgrades easier for customers through a Design Sprint
Is it time for you to invest in a smartwatch app?
The best time to start preparing for iOS 11 was at WWDC back in June when Apple announced it, the second best time is right now.
A recap on how the first iPhones's product launch changed everything about developing software and certainly changed Marino Software.
Two of our developers, Tim and Niall attended this year’s WWDC, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Find out about their WWDC experience and what is new in iOS 11 and Xcode.
Keeping abreast of iOS Human Interface Guidelines and Android Material Design guidelines: a handy comparison list for mobile UX product designers