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SOLVED: Question: at which stage of my iOS app development, I should hire an Android developer to create the counterpart already ?

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@boat  

Dear folks,

Don't know if this the right section of this forum to post this. @Paul please lemme know if I should move this post to elsewhere.

I'm a slow learner but I still want to develop my own app which is a part of my biz plan. I hope to reach a prototype by the end of my 100DayofSwiftUI.

However, in my part of the world, 75% users are still Android. If I want to make it work, still need to have the Android app out there.

My iOS app won't be complicated in terms of algro, that's why I want to do it myself. (Also enjoy the learning experience).

The iOS app is more about having an attractive/interesting UI than a complicated algro. So I guess the Android version won't be difficult neither, right ?

Should I wait until I have a prototype of my iOS app , so I can demonstrate to the Android developer easily ? How long dose it usually take to develop an Android app? I think it can be very fast, right ?

Thank you as always ,

Boat

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Does this app need to communicate with an Android app to work? If not then build and release the iOS app

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@boat  

@eoinnorris

No it dosen't communicate with the Android app to work.

Thanks:)

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