Development of mobile applications for Android

According to analytics research by Sensor Tower for 2019, the total revenues of companies from developing applications for Android amounted to $ 29.3 billion. This is 18% more compared to 2018. The number of active users is constantly growing – there are now about 5 billion smartphones on the planet. And this despite the fact that the population of the Earth is about 7.7 billion people. The market is huge and is growing every year, so small, medium and large businesses are increasingly ordering the development of Android applications from scratch.

FlexReality studio specializes in the development of games and applications for the Android OS using the following technologies and programming languages:

  • Vuforia;
  • Java;
  • WEBJL;
  • ARCore;
  • Gradle;
  • Maven;
  • Android SDK;
  • NDK;
  • C / C ++;
  • Kotlin;
  • Rest API;
  • Eclipse, etc.

Technologies are necessary to achieve this goal, whatever it may be, and our programmers are able to work with all current development tools and environments.

Mobile apps for Android from FlexReality

Our team’s portfolio includes a number of commercially successful projects:

  1. Application of the international coffee shop MY COFFEE. This is an interactive demo with stands of available varieties of drinks and desserts with the ability to scale the size of AR objects in the frame.
  2. Application for MZhK Manhattan. Full 3D replica of the complex with surrounding neighborhoods. Including the study of the times of day, transport interchange and weather conditions, so that future residents can get to know more about the apartments available for purchase. The cost of building an Android app of this scale fully pays for itself by attracting the attention of customers.
  3. Revitalization of Scriabin’s mural in memory of the outstanding Ukrainian musician. It was a non-commercial demonstration project, but we gained valuable experience and pleasure creating something similar for the 4th Youth Forum in Kharkov.
  4. “Svitlitsa” – an interactive museum of Shevchenko. This is an application that allows guests to take a fun interactive tour of the living exhibits. Augmented reality technologies have made it possible to draw the attention of young people to the topic of art. The project is still supported and popular with tourists.
  5. AR Book is a social project for education. We have developed a tool based on an alternative view of education, introducing an element of interactivity and increasing student engagement. Digitization of textbooks and deepening of the school curriculum – we have achieved this with the use of AR technologies and computer vision.

Development of applications for Android is always something personal for us. Each project becomes part of the portfolio and affects the reputation of FlexReality, so our team always strives to achieve the perfect result. Both from the point of technical implementation, and from the point of optimization, so that as a result, even owners of budget smartphones can comfortably use the application. If you want to know the prices of developing applications for Android, we recommend that you leave a request on the website. We will discuss the timing, scope of work, draw up a technical assignment and select a team to bring your ideas to life.

Stages of Android Application Development

The first thing that customers usually ask is how much it will cost and when it will be ready. This is where the first phase of Android app development, planning and evaluation begins. We attract a manager, study technical documentation, calculate the approximate time for development and testing. At this stage, the terms of reference is drawn up, according to which we will work.

The second step is analytics. Some clients prepare their own business analysis, but more often they entrust us with it. Analytics helps:

  • make a list of requirements for the future application;
  • develop a plan and select technologies that can be used to achieve the desired;
  • build schemes of interaction between the user and the application;
  • develop the initial design of the graphical interface.

Next, we develop the design of the application – usually from scratch, so as not to repeat the decisions of competitors and to bring something original to the market.

The fourth stage is the actual creation of the Android application. We write the code, optimize it, connect the software logic with the server, adjust the design, and so on. We are at the final.

We go further, we begin to mercilessly test all sorts of aspects and functions in order to identify and eliminate the smallest bugs. They happen, you can’t go anywhere without them, but if you have competent testers, they can be found and eliminated even before they are published on Google Play. At this stage, we get the Android application in its pre-release state, but that’s not all.

The last – we publish the development to the store; we provide the client with technical support. If desired, we can develop it in the future, releasing patches with improvements and the introduction of new functions. Leave a request on the website, make an appointment and discuss all the nuances of cooperation over a cup of hot tea. We are treating!




Analyzing the request, studying the market and competitors. Forming a development offer based on the goals and objectives of the project.


Writing a specification that describes in detail how the application works.


We draw the interface based on the corporate identity of the project. If you don't have it, we will develop it.
We model 3D objects.


Making layout and writing good & easy supportable code.
Developing the server part of an app.


Checking good & easy supportable code.
Debugging apps.


The project is ready to launch. We publish applications on Google Play.


Improving apps and adding new functionality. We make sure that updates to operating systems and Google services do not interfere with the operation of applications. Fixing problems.

Frequently asked Questions



Tell us about your idea in detail.

It's cool if you can attach a specification, but if you don't have one, we'll help you make it up.