Now Hiring: Senior Web Developer

We’re looking for a senior level web developer to help us build custom web applications for a variety of clients, from startups to enterprise businesses. The candidate should be experienced in two or more of the following modern languages or frameworks: Django/Python Ruby/Rails React.JS HTML/CSS Go/Buffalo Dart/Flutter Node.JS The ideal candidate is self-sufficient, constantly seeking […]

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Now Hiring: Office Administrator

At MotionMobs, we provide technical consulting and software development. We focus on launching new software products to grow our clients’ revenue or create efficiencies in their companies’ workflow. Our small team works closely together on all projects. We’re all invested in helping each other deliver the best possible apps (and results). Are you well organized […]

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Apple, Google, and In-App Purchases

In-app purchases are one of the big misconceptions about how app monetization works. Apple and Google have guidelines about in-app purchases (IAP), but some of the rules can be complicated to understand. That’s a big deal because Apple and Google charge a 30 percent fee on all IAP, and that may be 30 percent of […]

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President Taylor Wyatt testifies at Congressional hearing

MotionMobs President Taylor Peake Wyatt testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee in Washington, D.C. at the hearing “Small Business Tax Reform: Modernizing the Code for the Nation’s Job Creators” on Wednesday, October 4. As a successful entrepreneur and consultant to many businesses across the state, Taylor provided expert experience to accompany the […]

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Do you have what it takes to launch an app?

After being in the industry for many years, we’ve watched countless people consider getting into the app business. Some of them decide to take the leap, and some of them ultimately don’t. Our experience has revealed that the quality of the idea is only a fraction of the equation, and an equal or larger variable […]

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The mystery of search

Google and the internet has made search for specific content easy and effective. It’s pretty common for our clients to request a search function in their app, with the expectation that all searches are the same as a Google search. There’s a lot more to search, though, and it’s important to weigh all of your […]

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The architecture of planning an app

Having a great idea is only the first step to building a great mobile app. Ideas don’t magically transform into well-thought-out functions while a developer is writing code. That process happens before a single line of code is ever written. Many of our clients aren’t sure how to move from a general idea to solid […]

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Nonprofit app ideas that win grants

Nonprofit organizations frequently rely on corporate or government grants to fund new initiatives and move their causes forward. Big corporations like AT&T and Verizon are particularly incentivized to fund community projects that rely on the companies’ technologies, such as mobile apps. Navigating the waters of pitching an app that’s appealing and has noticeable impact can be difficult, […]

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