Choose the Flutter development team that was there when it all started

Officially featured by Google on Google I/O and Flutter Live.

Build your app with a team of experts rated #1 on Clutch

Our team created one of the first Flutter projects in the world, but we didn’t stop there. We’re pleased to say that as of now, Miquido is rated as the number one Flutter development team on Clutch – a recognised platform for rating and reviewing IT service providers from all over the world.

Why choose Urja360 as your Flutter app development agency

Ready to build your next app with Flutter? You couldn’t have come to a better place! See why you should work with us:

A team of Flutter pioneers

Urja360 worked on our first Flutter app before the SDK’s version 1.0 was officially launched. Collaborating closely with the team of core Flutter developers from Google, we gained hands-on experience that allowed us to create Topline, an award-winning app featured at the Google I/O conference in 2018.

Apps recognised worldwide

Over the 10 years of our experience in software development, the Urja360 team has been trusted by world-renowned brands such as Skyscanner, Travelport, Aviva, BNP Paribas, and many others. We’ve created top-performing web and mobile applications for industries like e-Commerce, banking, music, or travel, and we’re hungry for more!

Award-winning software house

Urja360 ’s Flutter team has been rated number one on Clutch, and our portfolio of 150+ projects we have created has brought us recognition at the UK App Awards, Mobile Trends Awards, and Fintech Awards among others. We pride ourselves at being a Google-certified software house and a member of the Google Developers Agency Program, a title has been awarded to just 80 companies globally.

Customer-oriented approach

The numbers speak for themselves – 90% of our projects come from referrals. Transparency and seamless communication are our key values that help our clients feel in control throughout the development process. From ideation and strategy, through design, to development and maintenance – we make certain your needs are answered.

Tangible results, right on schedule

2 weeks

for the prototype

3 months

for the MVP

Need your idea verified fast?

10+

years in remote software development

150+

digital solutions delivered

90%

of all projects conducted remotely

Technology stack

Core

  • Bloc, ChangeNotifier
  • Provider, GetIt, Hive
  • Pedantic

CI/CD

  • Fastlane
  • Docker
  • TeamCity
  • Gitlab

Testing

  • Flutter Unit & Widget Tests
  • Mockito
  • Charles

Debugging

  • Firebase Crashlytics

Learn all there is to know about Flutter

Want to know more about Flutter development? Browse our FAQ to gain more knowledge. Or better yet – contact us to get your answers!

Sure. Flutter applications are known for their remarkably high native performance. The SDK has most of the native components, and there is no need for a bridge to communicate with native modules. Although depending on the features, some things might run slightly less smoothly, the overall performance is as good as the one of natively created apps.
Choosing Flutter for your project means using just one codebase, within one technologically connected team, going at one pace. You don’t have to look for vendors of two different technologies and then synchronise their work. There’s no need to duplicate the same payment function or social media authorisation. However, this doesn’t mean that you will be able to limit the number of outlays by half. It is often a bit more complicated to deliver a certain functionality for cross-platform.
To grasp the bigger picture here, let’s take a look at some numbers. It is estimated that it can take up to 20% – 50% more time to create a cross-platform feature than to create the same feature natively. However, compared to building both apps separately, 20% to 50% more time spent can still be a winning case for your budget.
Also, try to think about the course of events once your application succeeds. When it goes into maintenance it is much easier to maintain the app with one Flutter specialist. Your business might not be able to find tasks for several different developers full-time just by maintaining the code.
React Native is often mentioned as the closest competitor to Flutter. Both can save you time and resources, both will grant you a great performing native-like app. Before making your pick, it’s best to review your project’s requirements and specify your own needs. However, here are some factors to keep in mind:
  • User Interface: If you care about gesture-related UI (swiping, dragging, etc.) or would like the UI to reflect your branding, Flutter will be the way to go.
  • Project scope: If your app is going to be maintained and developed over the years (or the team working on it may change over time), Flutter may be a better solution.
  • Mechanisms and integrations: If you wish to use more complex mechanisms (Bluetooth, geolocation etc.) or external integrations (such as Google Maps, Amazon Cognito), go with React Native – it has a wider spectrum of libraries available for now.
  • Web development: If the web is the key touchpoint for your business, choose React Native. The framework produces a browser application much closer to native developed products and seems to be more stable at the moment.
Absolutely. The sky is no longer the limit! Anything that can be developed natively, can be done in Flutter as well. Most of the features can be implemented within the Flutter architecture. However, even if some solutions are not directly available there, you can always implement some parts of your app natively and call them from Flutter using Platform Channels.

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