Boosting CCleaner’s design, performance, and user rating, while introducing an in-app-purchase model to millions of users.
Excellent software solutions are not magic tricks. Every project is unique—created in countless small steps, solving the right problem at the right time. That’s why our partners come to us: they want the highest quality digital experience for their users.
For a broader look into the apps we’ve built with some of the most renowned clients worldwide, download our introduction pack.
Redesigning The Times Android app, to create a seamless offline performance and excellent reading experience.
Building and designing a secure setup wizard for the new Blackphone 2, the most secure smartphone on the planet.
Creating a Digital Concert Hall for one of the world’s most renowned symphony orchestra, with live streaming for the highest of expectations.
Building the Groceries app for Tesco’s new Hudl that puts an affordable Android tablet and reliable home delivery in the hands of millions.
The Sun is the world’s best-selling English language tabloid newspaper with an average daily readership of approximately 5.5 million.
MUBI is a curated online cinema that allows users to subscribe to view cult, classic, independent, and award-winning movies.
Open source development tools are part of our daily work, because they guarantee up-to-date, secure, modular, reusable code.
We value the exchange of ideas and solutions. That’s why we make a point of contributing to the open source community, giving back as much as we can.
The open source libraries and demos we created have a reputation of solving often encountered Android development problems — have a look at our recent projects.
Handy commands for testing Android on CIFork on Github →
Code generation for Java/Android database access.Fork on Github →
Easy Espresso UI testing for Android applications using RxJava.Fork on Github →
Super duper easy way to release your Android and other artifacts to bintray.Fork on Github →
A simplification of database access for Android.Fork on Github →
Generate a color palette based on an image.Fork on Github →