Flutterflow Agency

Our agency uses FlutterFlow, the leading NoCode tool to develop powerful mobile applications.

FlutterFlow is a NoCode technology that enables the creation of native mobile applications without lines of code, bringing together application design and development in a single tool. The platform allows the application and data to be deployed on a Firebase cloud environment. Flutterflow allows you to develop native features such as push notifications, multilingual applications, payments, animations... and deploy the application on app stores in record time.

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An increasingly mobile world

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Mobile apps are a part of our daily lives and are ubiquitous in our lives:

- According to a study by Statista, the average time spent by users on native mobile apps was 3 hours and 10 minutes per day in 2021.

- According to another study by Statista, the average number of apps downloaded by users was 10.9 per month in 2021.

- According to a Sensor Tower study, the top 10 most downloaded apps from Apple's App Store in 2021 were TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, Zoom, Netflix, Google Maps, WhatsApp and Gmail.

Native mobile apps offer a smooth and intuitive user experience and allow developers to create apps that take full advantage of smartphone features, such as camera, GPS, microphone, etc.

In addition, emerging technologies, such as augmented reality and virtual reality, connected objects, etc., continue to influence the development of native apps.

Today, there is a very large number of native apps available on the various app download platforms (Google Play Store, App Store, etc.). According to some estimates, there are more than 8 million native apps available on Apple's App Store and more than 3 million native apps on Google Play, a number that is constantly growing.

There are as many mobile applications as there are needs...

FlutterFlow is a native mobile app development tool that can be used to meet many needs depending on your business vertical. There are many categories of mobile apps, such as

- Productivity apps: allow you to organize and manage your work, such as calendars, task managers, etc.

- Communication apps: allow you to communicate with other people, such as messaging, social networks, etc.

- Entertainment apps: allow for entertainment, such as games, streaming apps, etc.

- Health and wellness apps: allow for tracking and improving one's health, such as apps for tracking physical activity, meditation, etc.

- Travel and commuting apps: allow you to plan and track your travel, such as flight or hotel booking apps, navigation apps, etc...

It is possible to differentiate them according to their monetization strategy:

- Free apps: do not require payment to be downloaded and used.

- Paid apps: require payment to be downloaded.

- Apps with in-app purchases: offer additional features or content that can be purchased within the app.

- Apps with advertising: display advertising to generate revenue.

Why create a native mobile application rather than a web or hybrid application?

There are several reasons why it may make sense to create a native app rather than a web or hybrid app:

- Performance: a native app is generally faster and smoother than a web or hybrid app, as it is designed specifically to run on a given operating system.

- Integration with the operating system: a native app can take advantage of all of the features and technologies available on the mobile's operating system, such as push notifications, access to the camera or microphone, and many others.

- Better user experience: a native app can provide a more consistent and intuitive user experience, as it follows the conventions of the environment in which it is used.

- Monetization: it is often easier to monetize a native app, as it can be offered on app stores, which offer built-in payment options and in-app purchase management.

Our team has proven expertise in developing optimized and time-saving native apps on FlutterFlow with best practices.

Are Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) the future of mobile development?

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) use a technology that enables the development of web applications that behave similarly to native applications on mobile devices. They are designed to offer a smooth user experience and advanced functionality, while being accessible via a simple web browser.

PWAs have the potential to become an important alternative to native applications. They offer many advantages, including:

- They are easier to develop and update, which can be faster and less expensive than developing a native app.

- They are accessible via a web browser, which means they are available on all devices, regardless of their operating system.

- They can be installed on the user's home screen, making it easy to access and launch the app.

However, it is important to note that PWAs are not yet fully supported on all devices and browsers, so native apps continue to be widely used.

Our experts can guide you in choosing the best option for your mobile app development needs.

Why should I use FlutterFlow for my native mobile application development?

The first impression of your users is paramount. In just a few seconds, users will decide whether or not to abandon your application. UX and design play an important role in this respect. Thus, the technical realization of a mobile app and its performance are crucial in user retention.

FlutterFlow is one of the most advanced NoCode technologies on the market for developing cross-platform mobile apps with smooth experiences that can be easily deployed on the iOS and Android stores. This results in significant savings in development, testing and time to market.

The NoCode development interface offered by FlutterFlow enables native functionality to be developed in record time, while facilitating the hosting and deployment of the app to app stores via Firebase with optimal performance.

The answers to your questions

Where is the data hosted on FlutterFlow?

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The data and the application are hosted via Firebase, in the geographical area of its choice.

Can we deploy a FlutterFlow application on iOS and Android?

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Absolutely, it is possible to deploy the application on iOS and Android app stores.

How secure is FlutterFlow?

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FlutterFlow technology is powered by Firebase hosting service.
Firebase takes security very seriously and implements many measures to protect its users' data and applications:

- Authentication : Firebase offers a variety of authentication options, such as email and password authentication, Google accounts, Facebook accounts, etc. These options allow users to securely authenticate and protect their account from unauthorized access.

- Data Encryption : Firebase uses end-to-end encryption to protect the data stored in its databases and communications between clients and servers.

- Configurable security policies : Firebase allows developers to define security policies to control access to data and application functionality.

- Regulatory compliance : Firebase is compliant with many security and privacy regulations and rules, such as RGPD, HIPAA, etc.

Can I scale my web application with FlutterFlow?

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FlutterFlow technology is powered by the Firebase hosting service. Firebase is an application hosting platform that is designed to be scalable and supports applications of all sizes, from small standalone applications to large-scale applications with millions of active users.

Is it possible to export code to FlutterFlow?

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Yes, it is possible to export the code to FlutterFlow (no lock-in).