Mobile App Design & Development

MMUSA offers exceptional solutions for mobile application design & development by extracting the maximum potential out of major mobile technologies. Our major capabilities in mobile application development are mentioned below along with the tools, technologies and programming languages used by our nearshore team for deploying reliable solutions for each platform.

Our team consists of iOS and Droid engineers that are experienced in working with industries such as healthcare, finance, and technology.


Android is an open source mobile application platform offering high levels of flexibility and opportunities for both developers and users.

Tools: Eclipse

Technologies: Android SDK, Android Native Development Kit (NDK), Android DT (ADT)

Languages: Java, C/C++, XML

iOS / iPhone / iPad

iPhones are a very hot commodity in the mobile market today. A very large portion of smartphone users is dedicated to iPhone and iPad devices.

Tools: Xcode

Technologies: iPhone SDK, Cocoa Touch

Languages: Objective-C


Windows Mobile

The Windows mobile operating system is a Microsoft product that provides users with looks and functionalities similar to a desktop version of windows.

Tools: MS Visual Studio

Technology: .NET Compact Framework

Languages: C++, C#, Visual Basic

Mobile optimized web applications

These are the web applications that have been optimized for mobile usage so that users can access them on normal mobile phones too.

Tools: Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Visual Studio, Eclipse, Idea, RubyMind, Adobe Flash

Technologies: Flash, Silverlight, ASP.NET, PHP, RubyOnRails, AJAX

Languages: HTML5 / CSS, JavaScript, C#, PHP, Ruby

Nearshore Advantages

Nearshore Advantages

Benefits of Hiring a Nearshore Mobile App Development Company

Nearshore providers are being sought as partners to aid in the creation of companies’ entire mobile strategies, from ideation and UX (user experience) design to post-production (including support, metrics and governance). Click here to learn more

Regardless of your location in the US, our team is reachable within 3 to 7 hours of flight travel, you can literally be back home the same day if needed.

Our teams are located in Central and South America. Each project has one assigned project manager that speaks fluent English, understands the technology and focuses in executing the project’s timeframe as proposed to the client. Our team is your team.

Cost-effective – Cost-effectiveness is the most important advantage of hiring nearshore developers. One can easily find professional and cost-effective developers which provide high quality output with timely delivery.

Large Pool of Developers – There’s a vast pool of developers to choose from. You will find lots and lots of talented development companies in every domain working on every technology. All you have to do is look for the one that provides services you are looking for.

Innovative Technical Solutions – Experienced developers have an in-depth knowledge of industry standards and are much aware about the constraints as well. This helps in polishing of your app idea.

Focus on Core Business Processes – With technical aspects outsourced to Nearshore Mobile App Development Company, you can focus more clearly on core business processes, making them more efficient and productive.

Agile Methodology

Agile Methodology

Our Portfolio

Android Apps Designs

Dentists App

Tourist App

Health & Fitness

IOS Mobile Apps

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