More and more companies are realizing just how much of a game-changer mobile apps can be for their business. Not only can they help expand your brand’s reach, but they’re also a great way to collect data and keep users consistently engaged.
Here at Citronium, we endeavor to create ultimate solutions that deliver an exceptional user experience. Our mission is to design, develop, and launch complex mobile (and web) apps for businesses worldwide. But don’t take our passion at face value; we’ve got the accolades to back it up.
Clutch has recently awarded us a leadership spot on their annual list of the best Russian developers! A globally-trusted B2B ratings firm, Clutch helps buyers find suitable service providers by conducting in-depth research into a vendor’s services. Just take a look at our breakdown:
However, the most critical factor in theirs assessment is verified client feedback. Clutch analysts will personally interview a vendor’s past clients to collect honest reviews. Fortunately for us, our clients have nothing but constructive things to say!
One of our most recent reviews comes from the R&D consultancy Lumen Innovation Limited. They hired us to design and develop a fitness app based on Tai Chi and Qigong.
So far it’s been great, and they’ve expressed their support through a highly-rated review!
These reviews have helped demonstrate our ability to deliver high-quality projects to our clients. As a result, we’ve also been recognized on Clutch’s sister sites: The Manifest publishes data-driven guides to select the best developers in Russia, and we’re featured on Visual Object’s list of Russian development firms to look out for.
It’s an honor to be ranked among other leading agencies, and we’re proud to show off our accomplishments!
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The development of “standard, just good” mobile application, as well as a web-product, consists of 4-5 stages, mainly of five...