Flutter Mobile, Web, and Desktop Cross-platform Apps Development
Flutter is an open-source toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase, developed by Google.
Akvelon offers product and engineering services and experience to help you develop your idea into a consumer or business product that is ready to go to market and grow at a global scale.
MeowTalk: 1.8M Users in less than a month
Starting from the idea, Akvelon used Product Management approaches to develop a new unique Data Science and Machine Learning knowledge and value that was rated #4 on the Apple AppStore and #11 on Google Play in the Entertainment category in just 3 weeks (as of 22 November, 2020) , spreading from Seattle local Geekwire and KING5 TV news coverage to national and international news coverage across the world.
The MeowTalk app and backend platform, which were developed with Google Cloud, made it efficient to support enormously fast user growth from a thousand users to 1.8 million users in just 4 weeks.
As of March 2023, it has recorded over 20 million downloads on the App Store and Google Play since November 2020.
Mobile Banking - Mobile and Web Flutter Applications
Akvelon is proud to contribute to the development of revolutionary banking applications that combine the convenience of mobile banking with the ability to invest in stocks while providing personalized financial advice to its customers.
Mobile and web applications were developed using Flutter, that allowed us to develop platform-independent code and reuse a considerable amount of code between the apps, reducing time to market by 3 months or 25%.
Our team developed key features:
- Onboarding to open new bank accounts
- Account and card management
- Currency conversion
- App rating and feedback
These features were seamlessly integrated into the application, providing customers with a comprehensive and user-friendly experience.
Our team played a key role in developing the banking application’s architecture by providing guidelines for organizing the code and developing core services such as navigation, storage, and biometry. These services were later used by other teams to build various features and functionalities for the banking application.
AdviseMe Flutter Mobile App
Wouldn’t it be great to unify the broad reach of your social network (like Instagram) and the ability to vote for your idea (like Tinder) while also enabling voters to make suggestions?
This app does just that – users can post outfit ideas and immediately receive fashion evaluations and advice from other users (be it friends or the broader community). Based on feedback one could decide what clothing variants (dress/shoes/etc.) look better to wear or buy. The advantage over social messengers is that users can receive quality ratings almost immediately, consolidating both negative and positive feedback as well as suggestions.
Flutter has enabled us to achieve the highest time-to-market by enabling fast development and UX iterations.
The AdviseMe Flutter mobile app was built with Google Cloud to achieve quick time-to-market and great flexibility to iterate on the app idea. The Firebase Google Cloud platform has provided worry-free solutions for user profiles, authentication, notifications, analytics, and more, supporting fast development and market fit evaluation.
Flutter Open Source Contributions
Akvelon developed the Open-source Flutter Share Plugin that has several advantages over existing Flutter solutions because it supports sharing multiple media files and PDF’s with supported iOS and Android platforms. See Plugin repository & Pub.dev platform page to learn more.
Akvelon has a fork for OpenID Connect library, adding several features like Hybrid Flow, in-app browser client, etc. Akvelon open-sourced the library with these improvements so that any Flutter or Dart developer can have access to the OpenID Connect Hybrid flow for Auth.
Flutter Community Contributions
Akvelon’s team has played a part in helping Flutter reach a wider audience by sharing their tips and advice with the Flutter community so that it can be used by more developers around the world.
Why do we do this? Because at Akvelon, our passion for tech extends often past the workday and many of our team members choose to share their knowledge with others through publications and shared resources.
Based on our Flutter Share Plugin development experience, Akvelon posted an article about how to efficiently develop plugins on Flutter – “Flutter Share Plugin Development” which was published on Noteworthy – The Journal Blog which gets on average over 30,000 daily visitors.