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Android First: Our Process and Lessons Learned in Making Our App

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Graphics adopted from Kathy Sierra’s talk at Business of Software 2012

When it was time to make our native app back in March, we looked to Android. Why? First and foremost, we’re a small team of 7 and have limited resources. With many features yet to build and two veteran Android developers in-house, it made sense time-wise. Second, we looked at the market -

many of the apps we use daily, such as Sunrise, Day One and Currency, are iOS-only. Others who had attempted to make an Android version of an app simply fell short on visual design and performance. Continue reading