A mobile device equipped with a communication and call function equipped with an OS (Operating System) such as Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android is called a smartphone. PROLAYER develops mobile applications for use on these smartphones.
What is a mobile application?
Users can install mobile applications on their smartphones and add necessary functions. PCs have higher performance than smartphones, but they have drawbacks such as “impossible to carry” and “difficult to use the Internet while moving”. Smartphones have become widely used in the private and business scenes because of the convenience that users can choose from anywhere and immediately use the same functions as PCs by installing mobile applications.
About Mobile Application Development
It is necessary to identify the limitation by limiting the model of the smartphone to be compatible with the development of the mobile application. Smartphones are powered by batteries, and the implemented processor is less capable than PCs, but instead they are equipped with features not found on PCs, such as GPS and gyro sensors. And development may need to be changed for each screen size, hardware, and platform. It is easy to grasp the model and restrictions in general about the iPhone and iPad etc. which are equipped with Apple’s iOS. However, since smartphones equipped with Google’s Android are supplied with a wide variety of devices from many manufacturers, the development effort tends to increase compared to iOS.
Based on these circumstances, PROLAYER is developing mobile applications that satisfy customers.
(Windows, MacOS X, Linux)
|Android Java, HTML5
Development track record
|Japanese vocabulary learning
|New year’s card
|Lay out backgrounds, images and texts and create a New Year’s card
|Job hunting business card
|Create an electronic business card and exchange it with friends
|Complement and expand the function of OpenERP
|Java, Objective-C, Visual C#
|Amarugihisui horoscope culmination
|Questionnaire app for iPad
|New feature introduction
|Introduction of new functions of broadcasting system