Price match guarantee


In today’s age, if you don’t own an app, you are definitely missing on earning potential for your business. The major reason is that you are afraid it could cost a lot and you are not even willing to make a step forward. We agree that most app services over-charge clients and mark up the prices, but that is often because they outsource all the work. If someone tells you that it would cost you $80, $100 or even $150 per hour to build you an app with approximately 6 weeks of work, they are lying. Actually, they are not lying; they are just ripping you off by charging you $100 per hour and paying some Indian or Eastern European developer $15-20 per hour while they keep the difference. Well, kudos to them if they succeed in their business philosophy, but that’s not us. We don’t do that We offer wholesale market prices. This is why our app service costs $499 and up. Now, you are probably asking yourself how our company makes money. We do of course make money; nothing is free in this world, but by having thousands of jobs a year, we are able to lower our prices to the bare minimum.

  • Basic design of your application, with your logo and color
  • About your business / App
  • Video and photo gallery
  • Social sharing
  • Contact via app
  • Sound elements, use of camera / photos
  • Admob banners
  • Advanced design with your logo and colors
  • Basic app elements included
  • E-mail or social login
  • Geo-location and google maps
  • Rating system
  • Search functions
  • Calendar integration
  • Exclusive design with your logo and colors
  • Advanced app elements included
  • Shopping cart
  • Integration of your xml services
  • Database manipulation
  • Rating system
  • Admin moderation
  • CMS

We Are Better And more affordable

Simple table-based App

You provide all the content, clear direction, and example apps of what you want it to do. If you know your way around Photoshop, you can probably supply the graphics, which will cap this project at $1,500.
The additional costs are when you want GPS locators, social media integration or bells and whistles like that.

Competitors (Swenson He) price $1.000- $4.000;
Our price $499


Database App (native)

Again, you provide every piece of content, image, writing, sound, etc. The cost is going to come from creating the logic within the app and architecting all the usability and/or game play. The content will usually be dropped in and then parsed accordingly. These projects tend to be front heavy since the data is what’s driving the entire game and the framework is so important.

Competitors (Wve labs) price $8.000- $50.000;
Our price $1.499.


The hardest to ballpark. As a benchmark, Angry Birds cost anywhere from $125K-$180K to develop (although they were pioneers). Talking to some developers who are into the hardcore game source code (render, sound, maths, physics, etc), many of the racing games that use the gyroscope will be $125,000 without even blinking – and that’s just for the code. Even if you try to keep it hyper simple, games get complicated quickly. Hooking into game center, having top scores, and integrating with an online community can be tricky. The benefit of a game is that they download in greater numbers.

Competitors (ISBX) price $10,000-$250,000;
Our price $4.999+

In-app Purchasing

This allows for users to buy new content or full versions of the apps. The cost spread comes from the amount of in-app purchasing, the complexity, and whether or not you build it all into the first app or if you are doing it from a server. In-app purchasing refers to the buying of goods and services from inside an application on a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet. It’s an extra way to earn money, in addition to simply selling the app for a fee upfront. Some users are willing to spend a lot more on extra content. Application stores allow users to download applications with in-app purchasing.

Competitors (Cirtus Bits) price $1,000-$3,000 ;
Our price: $500 – 1.000


Web services

This is taking the content to a remote access point so that you can update your app with XML files instead of raw code changes. The degree to what you need varies but I would recommend having this conversation with your developer before getting too deep – it can save you HUGE headaches down the road

Competitors (OCDLab) price $1,000-$5,000 ;
Our price: $500 – 2.000


SDKs like Chartboost

SDKs are an extremely important part of tracking our apps and making money off them. Generally you can get any SDK integrated for relatively cheap, but the more specific you are with your SDKs, the more expensive. SDKs that you may want to include are: Google Analytics, Chartboost, Applovin, Xplode, AdMob, and Tapjoy.

Competitors (Cleveroad) price $50-$200;
Our price: $0

Share Capabilities

This is mostly for social media (Twitter, Facebook) and emailing, but there can be other integrations. WordPress websites, for example, may be one. Lots of options and most of these platforms have robust APIs to make it work well.

Competitors (Sidebench) price $1,500-$5,000;
Our price: $200-$500

Game Center

Apple’s done a good job at making this integration easy with the SDK. As long as you keep the numbers clean, you should be able to integrate easily.

Competitors (STRV) price $1,000;
Our price: $300