Android is optimized for Google’s Web apps and has open source roots, with the support of a strong developer community. More than a dozen leading manufacturers have released mobile devices running Google’s Android operating system, including mobile Internet devices (MID), netbooks and tablets.
The iPhone is now much more than just a mobile phone. It has spearheaded a revolution in mobile computing. The runaway success of the Apple App Store is testimony to the fact that users are becoming ever more comfortable with mobile applications. Enterprises and users alike have realized the massive potential of iPhone apps.
Maurya Cravings is uniquely positioned to develop the next-gen apps for the iPad, with expert engineers and Rich Apps Designers, and years of experience working with the IPad OS and developing a wide variety of mobile apps.
While apps designed for the iPhone/ iPod Touch do work on the iPad, we specialize in developing apps which are designed specifically to take advantage of the large multi-touch screen of the iPad and its unique, advanced capabilities.
The BlackBerry is popular with enterprise users because it provides mobile phone, email, internet, corporate data, messaging, organizer and other business related features seamlessly within a single wireless communication unit. RIM (Research In Motion) is the leader in the enterprise mobile business solutions market, with the number of BlackBerry subscribers now well over the 14 million mark.
Windows Phone puts the power of Microsoft Windows right into your pocket. With Windows Phone, users can browse the Internet, use e-mail, keep track of schedules and contacts, and manage business documents using mobile variants of popular Microsoft software like Office, Outlook and Windows Live.
Applications on Windows Phone
Windows Phone also allows you to utilize the power of hundreds of third-party applications to increase efficiency and boost productivity. Our Mobile Application Development team has a specialized division working only on Windows Phone applications.
PhoneGap is one of several platforms that aim to make developing cross-platform mobile apps possible, and easy. It does this by wrapping a mobile web app in a stand-alone application that provides wrappers for the phone's native APIs, including accelerometer, sound, vibration, media, geolocation, camera and local storage. PhoneGap targets a large number of mobile platforms including Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Palm, Symbian and WebOS. It uses straightforward markup, script and stylesheets to build the application. Some of the native look and feel is sacrificed for the benefit of an application that runs the same on all these different devices.
Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets
A unified user interface system across all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation. Its lightweight code is built with progressive enhancement, and has a flexible, easily themeable design.
Seriously cross-platform & cross-device -
jQuery mobile framework takes the "write less, do more" mantra to the next level: Instead of writing unique apps for each mobile device or OS, the jQuery mobile framework will allow you to design a single highly branded and customized web application that will work on all popular smartphone and tablet platforms.
- Windows® Phone
- Palm webOS™