Peek’s support extends beyond the completion of the initial app development. For us, our role continues through the actual deployment and delivery to the App Store or Marketplace and beyond into the new releases for upgrades and app maintenance after launch. App deployment is a delicate process where a single error can get your app rejected. That’s why we provide specialised services in app deployment wherein our experienced deployment experts will assist you in deploying your app.
We also offer customised app maintenance programs to ensure that your app is updated on-time and runs well on all intended devices and platforms.
The process of releasing a final app to the public involves a fair amount of packaging and assets that must be prepared and properly submitted. With our experience of completing this process we can assist you in completing this process for the first time. Peek can help prepare the assets as well as walk-through the details required for a successful launch. We can even deploy the App on your behalf using our publishing account.
From the beginning our team will consider the proper balance of features and functions to include in an initial version 1.0 release and what items are best held for future releases. Your Project Manager will work with you from the initial development to identify these opportunities and recommend the proper balance to strike. Our intent is always to get the most solid, core functions of the app working and in the market as quickly as possible. Then build on this foundation to gradually and steadily expand and improve the app while gaining insights from the marketplace via feedback and user reviews.
Peek will provide a maintenance plan that covers common and general updates an app may require. As the mobile platforms are evolving very quickly, it’s not uncommon for an app to need some adaption or modification when new operating system (OS) versions are released. As part of your maintenance plan, you can receive the necessary reviews, changes and republishing of your project as needed to stay compatible with the changing landscape of OS versions. Also, some apps require regular maintenance of databases, feeds, links and other content which may be only partially dynamic or externally modifiable.