Unlimited App Development is an affordable software development service at a fixed price. You'll get access to a skilled team to do almost any task with mobile or web application development, with guaranteed availability.
Our team has skills in Swift, Objective-C, Android, Kotlin, Ruby, PHP, Java, Frontend languages and many more. If the language of your choice is not listed, please contact us to check availability.
Yes. If you already have a project, we'll need source code access to continue development on it.
We use a range of commercial and in-house monitoring tools to monitor uptime and the performance of the app. These will be added free of charge to your app to get more visibility.
Yes, you can have access to the source code while the project is ongoing or after completion.
You would have invested a large amount of money and spent a lot of time in getting the App developed and marketed to the target audience. You should protect and treat it as a new business venture to capture and retain users. Your users will be happier when you listen to their feedback and provide constant updates.
There is no minimum contract period if you decide to cancel. You can cancel the service at any time and our team will stop the work on the project. The warranty will cover up to the end date of the monthly payment cycle, and will expire from there.
Yes, you can upgrade or downgrade to a new package. For plans above the basic level, there is a minimum waiting period of 6 months before you can downgrade to a lower package.
We're a service team with a limited monthly capacity, and we have to ensure all of our clients are served well. Therefore, if you don't use all the available hours in a month, they will expire and will not roll-over to the next month. So please ensure that you queue enough tasks and give prompt approvals to proceed with work.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and PayPal. For additional payment options, like purchase orders and ACH, please contact sales.
All payments are automatically charged to your preferred payment method at the start of each billing cycle.