Some apps need a native user experience

Native desktop and mobile apps give users the best experience on a specific platform or device, like a Windows desktop computer, and Android phone, iPhone, or iPad. And there are several strategies for building them, including progressive web apps (PWA) and hybrid web apps.

Do I need a native app?

How do you know if you can benefit from a native mobile or desktop app? You can start by answering these questions. If you answer yes to any of the questions regarding your current or future needs, you should consider a native app platform.


Do your users need the best experience on a particular type of device?


Does your app or service need native device capabilities like the camera, touch, or bluetooth?


Do you want to leverage an App Store for distribution or marketing?

Some of our native & mobile apps

From web and mobile apps to third party API integrations and everything in between, we’ve been turning ideas into realities for years. Check out some of our case studies for more information.

Open Campus

Bossier Parish Community College received a grant from the state of Louisiana to explore gamified learning, and called on Fynydd to help.

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Jumpstart video training platform

Endo Pharmaceuticals had a goal of training over 2,500 sales representatives to ensure they meet regulatory requirements for compliance training, so they turned to Fynydd.

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Bedside kiosk

Lehigh Valley Health Network wanted to enhance patient care by empowering them with information about their care team, hospital stay, and more, using a bedside iPad.

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Totem 2 for iOS and WatchOS

Secular Totem wanted to create an iOS and WatchOS app supporting reason and science, supporting the latest Apple core technologies.

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But wait, there's more

You can check out other products and services we’ve built by heading on over to our services page.

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