Software development should be fast

In today’s world, speed to market is crucial for an app’s success. The faster you can get your product in the hands of actual users, the faster you can figure out which features your audience actually wants (and which ones they don’t). Early and frequent feedback can be a compass that guides you towards a valuable product. It can help you avoid costly mistakes, like spending countless hours building features no one finds useful, and it can provide you with ample opportunity to engage with your users.

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The Problem with Software Companies

Typical software development companies charge 10s of thousands of dollars to create even the simplest apps and it will be at least a few months before you see a live product.

There are a few reasons for this:

  1. These companies use medium to large sized teams to do the work. Each team may have developers, designers, and project managers , all of whom need to get paid. Assuming each member of a 5-person team has an average hourly rate of $40/hr, you’d be spending $1600 for one week of work.
  2. There will be a different developer for eash platform you want to support. Android. iOS. Web. Desktop. Wearables. Not only does this multiply the amount of money you’d be spending, it also multiplies the time it will take for them to finish.
  3. The larger the team, the slower the process. When a new feature idea must go through the project manager to the designer to the developers before it reaches production, progress will be painfully slow. Then consider what happens if the requirements aren’t clear and now the developers have to reach back out to the project manager who reaches back out to you to ask some clarifying questions. The whole machine starts to move slower and slower.

Go Faster with Mullr Dev

At Mullr Dev, you get more for less. We help startups throw their idea at the world in record time using two of Google’s scalable tech solutions: Flutter and Firebase.

Flutter: Cross-platform development language
Firebase: Scalable backend

With Flutter, we can build apps for Android, iOS, web, and desktop using a single code base. Better yet, since all Futter Web apps can be run as Progressive Web Applications (PWA), we can have a real app installed on user devices in days.

We also value transparency and because of that our price is fixed at $1000. If you like the app/product at the end of the week, you pay and keep it. If not, no hard feelings!

Our Services

  • Project management: We’ll meet with you to discuss your idea and plan out what a successful product looks like. We’ll help prioritize features, set timelines, and teach you about app basics.
  • Design: We aren’t artists but we can design your app logos, color schemes, and the overall look and feel of your app. We’ll also design the user experience and navigation map so users can get around.
  • Development: This is where we shine. We take your ideas and codify them according to industry standards and best practices. You tell us what you want and we’ll make it happen.
  • Testing: We’ll test your app manually and automatically before releasing it to end users.

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Want to build an app?

Reach out with your general idea and we’ll be in touch!


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