You have an idea for an app - now what?
OLM's IT team makes mobile apps in React Native which is a language that makes it easier to make the app into both iOS and Android.
We usually ask the following things from a new client in order to be able to quote on the project:
Do you have a wireframe already (a set of pages that illustrates what you need to have done)
Do you have a website already? And if yes, does the app integrate with the website?
Should we only make the app or also maintain it in the future? If yes, for how long?
Are the payments done on the app?
When do you expect project to be finished? Does it coincide with a website launch date?
Once that is established and sent to us we will be able to estimate a time-frame and quotation.
Now, we making a quotation we consider revisions, debugging, testing, graphic adjustments, changes and other minor revisions to take place. That is included in the code. From experience only half of the time spent is done coding and the rest is in correspondence, changes, updates and other debugging on the app stores. It is a part of the package which is why we include it when we quote.