We are very excited for the world to see some of the great projects we are working on with our partners!
Greenville, SC (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
ValleyRocket.com announces a new line of mobile application development services. Often, individuals or businesses have ideas for mobile applications based on gaps in the market. ValleyRocket.com provides a custom app idea portal for individuals or businesses to submit ideas they have dreamed up.
Dr. Benton Cofer of Greenville, SC utilized the app idea portal to submit an application he dreamed up in his head. After using the MyZeo product which monitors sleep patterns, he began to research the field of personal statistic collection. While commuting to the hospital every day, he realized that if he had better data about his commute he could make better decisions. Combining his passion for personal statics analysis and his frustration with his commute, he dreamed up the idea for the iPhone App “Daily Commute”. The app collects data about a users commute and offers statistical information to help them make better decisions on a daily basis. The best example of this is the Departure Timer which makes a calculation based on historic data, and tells the user exactly how much time they have before they have to leave in the morning.
Mobile app development services from ValleyRocket.com are already being used by small and medium sized businesses. Several applications are in development and close to being approved by Apple for the App Store. Businesses can access this portal via ValleyRocket.com to submit their project, images and schedule meetings. “We are very excited for the world to see some of the great projects we are working on with our partners”, said Bobby Wilson, President of ValleyRocket.com.
Many businesses have a development staff or information services team, however don’t have the time, expertise or graphics designers to build a custom app for the iPad, iPhone or Android platform. This is a great example where ValleyRocket.com’s mobile app development services can assist. After reviewing the scope of the project, work begins.
The first stage in the development process is gathering the vision from the customer. This is done with materials submitted through the B2B portal, voice conversations and hand drawings. These materials are reviewed and mockups are created. With these mockups in hand, the customer and ValleyRocket.com staff have a firm idea of the scope of the project.
The second stage consists of graphics design work. ValleyRocket.com has a very talented design staff. Examples of this work can be seen in the iPad app “Alpha Calc”, the iPhone app “Daily Commute” or the website JDPR.com. Once created, the newly designed graphics and interface are applied to the most applicable mockup.
The third stage consists of coding. ValleyRocket.com developers will build the code while providing updates to the customer. Various “Builds” or “Alpha” software releases will be distributed internally for testing. Once these builds have been fully programmed, “Beta” software releases will be created and provided to the customer devices.
The final stage of the development process consists of software review by the customer and bug testing. “User Acceptance Trials” take place where the customer or end user runs the software on devices and confirms its functionality. Once this is done, Code is submitted to Apple or Google for approval. The Apple review process for mobile applications usually takes one week.
For more information about mobile application development services visit valleyrocket.com.
Valley Rocket was founded in 2011 as a tech startup in Greenville, SC. The company’s focus is on mobile application development for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with support coming soon for the Android Platform.
Other applications in the portfolio consists of:
Daily Commute iPhone App - A commute app available for iPhone designed to help users make better decisions through the use of statistical data.
Alpha Calc iPhone App - A customizable calculator for the iPad and iPhone.